The Devil and Miss Prym - Paulo Coelho Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007116055 / Author: Paulo Coelho / Genre: Fiction / A new novel from Paulo Coelho, author of The Alchemist. A stranger arrives in ... more
The Devil and Miss Prym - Paulo Coelho ... the small mountain village. He carries with him a backpack containing a notebook and eleven gold bars. Burying these in the vicinity, the stranger strikes up a curious friendship with a young woman from the village -- Miss Prym. His mission is to discover whether human beings are essentially good or evil. In this stunning new novel, Paulo Coelho's unusual protagonist sets the town a moral challenge from which they may never recover. A fascinating meditation on the human soul, The Devil and Miss Prym illuminates the reality of good and evil within us all, and our uniquely human capacity to choose between them.
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by - written on 05/02/07 (Very useful, 925 readings)
The Devil and Miss Prym is a clever story of Good verses Evil. Coelho introduces the two concepts of how evil came about – the early Persian idea that the God of Time gave birth to Good and Evil or the second idea is the story of Adam and Eve and ‘man as the instrument of Evil’. And so begins the story of a young woman (Chantal Prym) and her meeting with the Devil. He has plans and wants to know more about the psychology of people – if good really does exist or if the world balances with evil - leaving Chantal with the choice of riches or death. Chantal could either tell the people of her village that they would never have to work again and the promise of riches but in .. Read the complete review
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