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1. "O essencial - como já deve ter escrito algures Paulo Coelho, e se ainda não o escreveu há-de fazê-lo - raramente se exprime através de palavras. Música e matemática são formas superiores de comunicação, sendo a música uma expressão sonora. e um pouco mais rebelde, da matemática. Também os astros se comunicam através da música."
Author: José Eduardo Agualusa
2. "Senhor, disse olhando-o fixamente, é coelho, isso?Sim, mylord, respondeu descaradamente o velhaco, coelho das jungles.E este coelho não miou quando o mataram?Miar! Oh! mylord! um coelho! Juro-lhe...Senhor maitre, replicou friamente Mr. Fogg, não jure e lembre-se disso: outrora, na índia, os gatos eram considerados animais sagrados. Eram bons tempos."
Author: Jules Verne
3. "Me habían regalado un libro de Paulo Coelho... "Cuando quieres algo, todo el universo se conjura para que realices tu deseo", dice. Creo que Paulo Coelho no se ha topado nunca con los talibanes y nuestros políticos inútiles."
Author: Malala Yousafzai
4. "Once someone asked me, "What do you want to be your epitaph?" So I said, "Paulo Coelho died when he was alive."
Author: Paulo Coelho
5. "Defeat is for the valiant. Only they will know the honour of losing and the joy of winning I am not here to tell you that defeat is a part of life: we all know that. Only the defeated know Love. Because it is in the realm of love that we fight our first battles – and generally lose. I am here to tell you that there are people who have never been defeated. They are the ones who never fought. They managed to avoid scars, humiliations, feelings of helplessness, as well as those moments when even warriors doubt the existence of God.''Manuscript Found In Accra – Paulo Coelho"
Author: Paulo Coelho

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D'Artagnan looked his friend earnestly in the face. "You know one thing," continued the comte, leaning upon the arm of the captain; "you know that in the course of my life I have been afraid of but few things. Well! I have an incessant gnawing, insurmountable fear that an hour will come in which I shall hold the dead body of that boy in my arms."
Author: Alexandre Dumas

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