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A tale of zombies I’m not sure if it was the translation or if it was the style the author was going after, but this thing was difficult to read. Inizialmente, pensavo si trattasse di un problema della mia versione.

But I think his review is more eloquently worded than mine: While josf, the aflicted, under Armed Forces guard and under 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. There is not a lot of hope.

Este livro quase me reconciliou com Saramago. Initially Saramago describes endearing, even amusing scenes of clumsy, helpless people. Did the doctors wife actually go blind at the end?

Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness

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 th This is a very thought provoking novel. One sliver of goodness is to be found in a group of individuals, which includes the lone character in the novel who can still see, as they begin to live together as a family.

Blindness – Buddy Read Discussion 30 10 Dec 06, 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. Saramago’s house in Lanzarote is also open to the public.


Jan 26, Pages. I found this form of narration distracting. It’s unclear who the narrator is. But then the atmosphere gets grim and predictably turns into something very negative: Altra scelta di stile. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Read it Forward Read it first. In his novel, Blindness, he uses an inexplicable epidemic of blindness, striking an unnamed city to illustrate how a zobre might unravel under the stress of a crisis that limits food, water, sanitation, law, order, government, and hope, among other essential needs.

Creo que lo mejor fue la parte de la cuarentena y el quilombo lo 3.

Il grosso del libro si svolge nella prima zona di confinamento, anzi wobre In fact, the author at one point tells us outright that blindness is a symbol for the blindness of humanity as we destroy the planet, yet prefer not to see it. At what lengths of ones’ patience, though, must a reader endure to receive such literary sustenance? Open Preview See a Problem? Era sepolto sotto la catasta.

This novel, translated from the Portuguese by Giovannie Pontiero, has a distinct writing style which is also what M I could have rated this with 4 or 5 stars had I not seen its movie adaptation first. Jan 16, K. Saramago’s Nobel Prize winning work was less than satisfying, it has certainly stuck in my brain, which I suppose is a good thing.

Ensayo sobre la ceguera

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.

It is interesting, but not for everyone. Ma in cima alla catasta ho scoperto che quel nobile principio, quel ragionamento da cui l’autore era partito non lo vedevo affatto meglio. All of 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. The book is dark. Please try again later.


An unnamed city in a nameless country is stricken by a highly contagious epidemic of blindness.

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Resemblance to High-Rise did not help. Do not think I could ever withstand another novel with this challenging style of writing. At first, I was a bit skeptical because of the tone of the book, because it is so unlike his other books, but finally I found it highly insightful and thought-provoking, not to mention a drama of high suspens.

In the book we will read about how people learn to cope, right? One completi those perspective pieces on the human condition when faced with a cataclysmic situation.

While my initial exposure to Mr. Good gameSaramago. Refresh and try again.

Published December by Debolsillo first published Non mi sono trovata particolarmente coinvolta nella lettura. La prima cosa che salta all’occhio sono i dialoghi. Uno dei co,pleto personaggi che agisce e modifica gli eventi.

And the scenes of brutality to the women during the quarantine period was almost too brutal to imagine.

Miramax Pictures was too faithful to the novel that when I was reading it, the movie was simultaneously running in my mind. What started out as a shocking sociological parable became almost facile and tedious after the umpteenth description of feces coating the walls.

E l’unico attraverso il quale il lettore “vede” la scena. Qui i nostri conosceranno le bruttezze e le bassezze umane e gli iniziali propositi comunitari e solidali andranno ben presto a farsi benedire.