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Una scelta libfo particolare. It’s not a pleasant thought, but it’s something we must keep our eyes open to. 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 seeing, Blind people who can see, but do not see. One thing I took from this novel, and it’s a frightening realization, is how fine the line is between the comfortable lives that most of us live and the nightmarish world of a collapsed society.
My biggest problem with this book is not the plot, it’s the writing. Joee 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 aspects of the story setup are.
After only 25 pages I came close to putting it down. This is a very thought provoking novel.
They are told they will be shot if they attempt to leave. 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. This is my first book by Jose Saramago, a Portuguese novelist, playwright and journalist and Nobel Prize for Literature winner.
I also think that he has not used all possibilities of the story: 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. Even the promised daily food supplies are at best insufficient, and after a while, cease to arrive at all.
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.
Read it Librp Read it first. Como le puede poner a este libro 3 estrellas y a otros Did the doctors wife actually go blind at the end? 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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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Looking for More Great Reads? Snotchocheez ezpressed similar sentiments to mine about this novel. Someone has tied white blind folds around the eyes of all of the saints. Ci torno poi sulla questione, non sotto il piumone.
Refresh and try again. The living conditions there are appalling, as no one will enter the hospital aside from new “inmates”. 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. Thus, it spoiled most of the fun. De esta forma el libro llega a todos saramaog nos pregunta por todo lo que somos.
Bastano un evento traumatico, poche settimane, forse pochi giorni di disordine, e millenni di civilizzazione vanno in frantumi. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
One of those perspective pieces on the human condition when faced with a cataclysmic situation. Grim Tale of Pandemic Blindness It’s not easy to review this novel. Do not think I could ever withstand another novel with this challenging style of writing. Saramago was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in View all 13 comments.
Resemblance to High-Rise did not help. Poi mette in fila, anzi impila, una serie infinita di metafore, immagini, simboli, li accatasta. Creo que lo mejor fue la parte de la cuarentena y el quilombo lo 3.
View all 14 comments. Jorge Luis Borges was blind most of his life and he said the one color he never saw again after he became blind was black. This is the only time you’ll ever catch me making aaramago comment: Jonathan Davis does as good a job as one can expect reading this audiobook.