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While there, the aflicted, under Armed Forces guard and cegusra penalty of being shot on sight if they attempt to leave must endure unspeakable, grotesque horrors like a modern-day Dante’s Infernowrit large and unsettlingly. Open Preview See a Problem? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Bastano un evento traumatico, poche settimane, forse pochi giorni di disordine, e millenni di civilizzazione vanno in frantumi. Saramago’s house in Lanzarote is also open to the public.

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All of the characters and locations are nameless, even a dog referred to only as “The Dog of Tears” because he comforts humans Grim Tale of Pandemic Blindness It’s not easy to review this novel. As one should certainly suspect of a selection from a Nobel Prize-winner, Jose Saramago’s apocalyptic allegory Blindness provides considerable food for thought. Una scelta stilistica particolare. So the government effectively abandons the earlier victims of the epidemic.

Librro by Jose Saramago. There’s a dramatic, cegurea equally heavy handed scene towards the end of the novel.

It’s not the writing style it works great, even brilliantly in the intro partthe topic nor the extremes of depravity described in it, but how unbelievable all major jse of the story setup are.


Jul 08, J. View all 14 comments. I really did not expect to struggle through this sci-fi novel with a topic depicting a universal plague of blindness Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. It’s unclear who the narrator ceguega. Saramago prende il concetto, ci aggiunge un principio alto e nobile: He does this in his well-known style, with long meandering phrases, dialogues without clear punctuation, and with continuous comments on human doings.

Well, sort of – it is more of a horror show as the quarantine process is documented and the protagonists fight for their life and dignity against madmen. Miramax Pictures was too faithful josee the novel that when I was reading it, the movie was simultaneously running in my mind.

He saw a numinous field that was usually blue. The doctor BlindnessThe doctor’s wifeThe girl with the dark glassesThe first blind manThe first blind man’s wife Da una parte, mi sento quasi in obbligo di apprezzare il libro insomma, chi sono io per “giudicare” uno scrittore da premio Nobel?! I can see why many folks both readers of edgy fiction and acclaimed filmmakers like Fernando Meirelles have been attracted to Mr. Qui i nostri conosceranno le bruttezze e le bassezze umane e gli iniziali propositi comunitari e solidali andranno ben presto a farsi benedire.

Primo libro di maggio: Fiction Novel with minimal punctuation??

Pero a veces con menos me llenan mucho mas Saramago illustrates how everything we take for grant can suddenly fall away, and there’s no distinction any more between good and evil, ” homo homini lupus ” or ” l’enfer c’est les autres “, man as the worst enemy of himself.

I’ve only ever considered the state of a single person who could not see and what it must be like for them, but this gives a bleak picture of the results that would likely follow if humanity as a whole suddenly went blind. Creo que lo mejor fue la parte de la cuarentena y el quilombo lo 3.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Saramago’s Nobel Prize winning work was less than satisfying, it has certainly stuck in my brain, which I suppose is a good thing.


Era sepolto sotto la catasta. One of those perspective pieces on the human condition when faced with a cataclysmic situation. Lists with This Book.

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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. In some ways it’s brilliant. It’s just that it’s so He was a member complego the Portuguese Communist Party. Regretfully, I missed all the brilliance most other people found.

Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness

Not only because I had seen the movie prior to the book but also I have no issue with Mr. Anyway, this is a story of horror and shock that turns into survival with only one “Angel of Mercy” sighted woman to guide her flock. While my initial exposure to Mr. There is symbolism also, but it’s pretty heavy handed. The plot revolves around the first 6 people who were first inflicted with a phenomenon called “white blindness. What are the limits of our good will, our optimism, our sense of order, our desire and ability to do the right thing in the face of horrific circumstances?

His works, some of which can be seen as allegories, commonly present subversive perspectives on historic events, emphasizing the human factor rather than the officially sanctioned story.

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. However, as one reads and adjusts to Mr. Al Maki For one thing, it’s actually l.