The Alchemist (Coelho)


explain the situational irony in Santiago’s journey when he believes that he has found his ultimate treasure of alchemy in the desert oasis. Provide textual evidence from the novel.

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Turning lead into gold turns out to be the opposite of what Santiago really treasures. Santiago finds love and belonging are far more vauable than gold.