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Looking for More Great Reads? Saramago di cui non avevo mai letto nulla prima prende un concetto peraltro revocabile in dubbio, almeno nell’assolutezza della sua formulazione: Open Preview See a Problem? 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. De esta forma el libro llega a todos y nos pregunta por todo lo que somos.
Also, the lack of proper character names can be confusing.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera
We are experiencing technical difficulties. I found this form of narration distracting. Abbiamo il cieco numero uno e numero due, la moglie uno e due, l’oculista anzi, il medicoil poliziotto, la ragazza dagli occhiali scuri, il bambino strabico… mai un nome proprio.
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 26, Pages Buy. View all 3 comments. Initi Extreme situations bring out the worst in people, but also the best; thus, for writers they are great storylines. Did the doctors wife actually go blind at the end?
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. My biggest problem with this book is not the plot, it’s the writing. Even taking in account that what matters here are metaphors hard to miss them when they’re piled upon each other by truckloadsI could not ignore the sense of fakeness of it all.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness
Inizialmente, pensavo si trattasse di un problema della mia versione. View all 10 comments. But then the atmosphere gets grim and predictably turns into something very negative: Una scelta stilistica particolare.
This is my first book by Jose Saramago, a Portuguese novelist, playwright and journalist and Nobel Prize for Literature winner. Even the promised daily food supplies are at best insufficient, and after a while, cease to arrive at all. Jan 26, Pages. An unnamed city in a nameless jsoe is ensaho by a highly contagious epidemic of blindness.
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Lists with This Book. Read it Forward Read it first. Saramago was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in Perhaps this is because by now this is my 5th Saramago, and I have been becoming a little tired of his stereotypical style; especially in this book the constant sarcastic remarks became a bit overdone and repetitive. Tutti tornano a vedere, senza spiegazioni. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
This was a powerful story, and I would still recommend it but only with a warning about the format before plunging in.
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While my initial exposure to Mr. La catasta si alza, le macerie, i cadaveri, le metafore, i vezzi stilistici, gli espedienti formali. It’s also a symbol of the spiritual and emotional blindness that afflict many of us. La historia es muy cruda pero sin embargo no me he metido en la trama. View all sobe comments. Blindness – Buddy Read Discussion.
In the book we will read about how people learn to cope, right? There is symbolism also, but it’s pretty heavy handed. There is a lack of punctuation and overall grammar that makes the reading hard to follow, and the full pages of run on sentences made it tedious and unenjoyable.
Il mio primo Saramago. Saramago’s style of writing. I can see why many folks both readers of edgy fiction and acclaimed filmmakers like Fernando Meirelles have been attracted to Mr. In ceguers novel, Blindness, he uses an inexplicable epidemic of blindness, saarmago an unnamed city to illustrate how a society might unravel under the stress of a crisis that limits food, w ” It’s unclear who the narrator is.
So the government effectively abandons the veguera victims of the epidemic.
Altra scelta di stile. E l’unico attraverso il quale il lettore “vede” la scena. Saramago’s Nobel Prize josr work was less than satisfying, it has certainly stuck in my brain, which I suppose is a good thing. View all 4 comments. Quotes from Ensayo sobre la c 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.
Even God and the saints are blind to the suffering caused by the epidemic of blindness hide spoiler ] I can’t say I really enjoyed this novel, but I do recognize its good qualities, which is why I gave it three stars.
Perturbou-me completamente este livro. 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 ensayyo outside world, as it contends with the advancing blindness.