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However, as one reads completp adjusts to Mr. The doctor BlindnessThe doctor’s wifeThe girl with the dark glassesThe first blind manThe first blind man’s wife I think it makes his novels distinctively Nobel-worthy.

View all 3 comments. All xeguera the characters and locations are nameless, even a dog referred to only as “The Dog of Tears” because he comforts humans by licking their tears when they cry.

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One thing I took from this novel, and it’s a frightening realization, is how fine the jos is between the comfortable lives that most of us live and the nightmarish world of a collapsed society. Jan 16, K. He follows 7 people in particular; they are first put in quarantine, but can break out; with them there is 1 woman who can still see for equally obscure reasonswhich of course is very useful for the others, but also for us, readers.

In his novel, Blindness, he uses an inexplicable epidemic of blindness, striking an unnamed city to illustrate how a society might unravel under the stress of a crisis that limits food, water, sanitation, law, order, government, and hope, among other essential needs.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There’s ssramago dramatic, but equally heavy handed scene towards the end of the novel. Saramaago to Book Page.

Ensayo sobre la ceguera by José Saramago (3 star ratings)

Nem considero que seja a melhor obra de Saramago. Looking for More Great Reads? Niente punteggiatura se non le virgole, forse per rappresentare il disorientamento di chi non vede e sente voci arrivare da tutt’intorno. Why did we become blind, I don’t know, perhaps one day we’ll find out, Do you want me to tell you what I think, Yes, do, I don’t think we did go blind, I think we are blind, Blind but cegueraa, Blind people who can see, but do not see.


Jan 26, Pages Buy. Scelte queste che ho trovato comunque interessanti e, tutto saraago, ben riuscite. An unnamed city in a nameless country is stricken by a highly contagious epidemic of blindness. This novel, translated from the Portuguese by Giovannie Pontiero, has a distinct writing style which is also what Mr.

Another thing, if you take the book as a parable, which given the fact that the author was a life long communist seems reasonable, then the blindness could be a result of cultural brainwashing, i.

A foundation with his name was established in ; its main aims are cultural promotion, particularly of Portuguese literature and authors. Why these scenes in the institution, awash with human effluvia and overrun with certain characters with the basest of inhuman instincts, are stuck on a never-ending loop while practically ignoring the outside world, as it contends with the advancing blindness.

When I first picked this up I thought “Wow, cool! Saramago prende il concetto, ci aggiunge un principio alto e nobile: Did the doctors wife actually go blind at the end? See all books cgeuera Jose Saramago.

Jonathan Davis does as good a job as one can expect reading this audiobook. Saramago offers little faith in humanity as people begin to abuse power, take advantage of others, rob, kill, rape, and show full lack of regard for their fellow humans.

This isn’t a fun book. The book is dark. View all 10 comments.

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When encountering an epidemic of blindness, the characters of the story are plunged into darkness or white light in this scenario where the horror of their ensuing survival is a horror worse than the blindness itself. Por eso gran libro en lo que pretende: Stay in Touch Sign up. Fiction Novel with minimal punctuation?? El gobierno teme que ese gesto revolucionario, capaz de socavar los cimientos de una democracia degenerada, sea producto de una conjura anarquista internacional o de grupos extremistas desconocidos.


Published December by Debolsillo first published In that sense, I read the book as a warning that we must cherish and defend our humanity, just because it is but a thin layer and can very easily disappear.

Ma in cima alla catasta ho scoperto che quel nobile principio, quel ragionamento da cui l’autore era partito non lo vedevo affatto meglio. Una scelta stilistica particolare. It’s just that it’s so E l’unico attraverso il quale il lettore “vede” la scena. The lack of quotation marks around dialogue means that the speakers’ identities or the fact that dialogue is occurring may not be immediately apparent to the reader.

What makes the story interesting is that the 6 people was accompanied by a non-blind in Miramax film, this was portrayed by the beauteous Julianne Moore.

Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness

This was a powerful story, and I would still recommend it but only with a warning about the format before plunging in. Primo libro di maggio: Even the promised daily food supplies are at best insufficient, and after a while, cease to arrive at all. I can see why many folks both readers of edgy fiction and acclaimed filmmakers like Fernando Meirelles have been attracted to Mr.

After only 25 pages I came close to putting it down. What position would ceguega take in a lawless, desperate society?

Incredible if not mysterious writing. Eccomi di nuovo alle prese con un premio Nobel.