The Alchemist (Coelho)

Why does Santiago decide against telling the baker what melchizedek had said about him?

a. He thinks the baker will not beleive him.

b. He does not care if the baker knows or not; it's not up to him to tell the baker.

c. He does not want to cause the baker any anxiety.

d. He is jelous of the bake's desire to marry the merchant's daughter.

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I think C.