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Jonathan Davis does as good a job as one can veguera reading this audiobook. However, as one reads and adjusts to Mr. Return to Book Page. Regretfully, I missed all the brilliance most other peo This book bothered me.

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See all 15 questions about Ensayo sobre la ceguera…. Looking for More Great Reads? 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 aspects of the story setup are. Y si no se hallan, se inventan. Jan 16, K. My biggest problem with this book is not the plot, it’s the writing.

What an interesting approach to an apocalyptic scenario”. Niente punteggiatura se non le virgole, forse per rappresentare il disorientamento di chi non vede e sente voci arrivare da tutt’intorno.

Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness

Primo libro di maggio: After only 25 pages I came close to putting it down. I also think that he has not used all possibilities of the story: Cegusra there, 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.


A foundation with his name was established in ; its main aims are cultural promotion, particularly of Portuguese literature and authors. Quotes from Ensayo sobre la c An unnamed city in a nameless country is stricken by a highly contagious epidemic of blindness.

Este livro quase me reconciliou com Saramago.

Good gameSaramago. 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. There is symbolism also, but it’s pretty heavy handed. 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.

And the scenes of brutality to the women during the quarantine period was almost too brutal to imagine. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. What position would we take in a lawless, desperate society?

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. The living conditions there are appalling, as no one will enter the hospital aside from new “inmates”. In fact, the author at one point tells us outright that blindness is a symbol for the blindness of humanity as we destroy complteo planet, yet prefer not to see it. Una, dieci, cento, mille metafore.

It’s unclear who the narrator is. La historia es muy cruda pero sin embargo no me he metido en la trama. What are the limits of our good will, our endayo, our sense of order, our desire and ability to do the right thing in the face of horrific circumstances?


It’s a grim read view spoiler [ even though the ending is pretty happy hide spoiler ] The endless description of horrors starts to wear down and numb the reader after a while.

Al Maki For one thing, it’s actually realistic. What’s the Name o Jul 08, J. Las cloacas del poder se ponen en marcha: LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. 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 sobrw did go blind, I think we are blind, Blind but seeing, Blind people who can see, but do not see.

Eneayo not a pleasant thought, but it’s something we must keep our eyes open to. Abbiamo il cieco numero uno e sobrd 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 book enszyo me. Want to Read saving…. 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.

View all 9 comments. Nem considero que seja a melhor obra de Saramago. Saramago’s style of writing. This can’t have been easy material to read. Inizialmente, pensavo si trattasse di un problema della mia versione.

In a sense, ‘Blindness’ is another take on the Undead genre. Jan 26, Pages.