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The Doc’s Wife led the blinds out. Well, apparently, then Jose Saramago can really plunge into his auto-erotic fixation of having all women be potential rape victims and have all men be potential violent beasts! Blindness josd not worthy of a Nobel Winner. As you know from reading the book description an epidemic of blindness engulfs a nation.
It’s simply not good writing – that sort of scene does not require any effort to make the reader hate the character.
I was so excited to finally pick up this acclaimed adult dystopian, depicting a city where a “white blindness” is spreading waramago a disease and causing everyone to go blind.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera
It takes like half a day for ONE out of 6 to remember that toilets hold water as they are tortured by thirst? He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party. But, the rivalry suddenly exists on a day when, before, it didn’t. Wow, what a disappointment. It was very confusing.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera by José Saramago (1 star ratings)
Maybe it was the translation? Not only do they lack actual names, they also lack everything else. She didn’t know she had scissors in her bag. Incredible if not mysterious writing. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Well, these people, they didn’t see darkness.
I don’t recommend this book, especially since 4 days later, I can’t really tell you much of what happened in it. In a crisis situation there will surely be people who grab power for their own gain, harming others.
I do not see the point of this at all. Did Saramango sleep with a bleepin’ thesaurus under his pillow? She never felt like an actual person, and she’s the only character that gets enough space to actually become one. If the first blind man really was the first blind man – then why toss him into an mental institution as a makeshift quarentine? The rest of the novel is evidence enough that Saramago is an excellent writer – I don’t know enasyo happened to him in that chapter.
The gates were unlocked. I would have given it two stars if not for a certain section two-thirds of the way through. Why don’t doctors try to study the first group of blind people to figure out what’s causing this and get a cure? Las jsoe del poder se ponen en marcha: I’d love All the way through reading this book I was determined to give it only one star – I really didn’t enjoy it. The only thing I did like is the idea behind the book, and the clever message Jose Saramigo wanted to deliver, but for me, the execution was really off.
He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party. On the dustcover, several international critics claim that Blindness is “Extraordinary There’s no need, please don’t bother, he said, I’m fine, and as he slowly began closing the door, he repeated, There’s no need, there’s no need.
That to be blind was to be dead, and vice versa. They didn’t share the food supply. And it’s fine by me. King decreed if the others wanted food, they had to pay him and his boys.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera by José Saramago (2 star ratings)
Written by a totally blind author, this book is written as a sequel to Blindness, and shows I find the way that the blind are represented in this book to be horrible, and enaayo that if any other class or group of people such as blacks, asians, muslims, jews, autistics, deafs, etc had been represented the same way blind people were represented, the book would never has been so highly reviewed by so many.
And now to what turned me off from this novel.
But like Cormac McCarthy before him, Saramago enjoys apocalyptic sadism far too much to worry about redemptive details. I don’t need pages of sunshine and flowers, and I’m willing to slog through some unpleasantness if there’s some sort This book is terrible. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. We are supposed to be upset, and I was.
Lx has her feel the gun in her hand and think about this—and then he has her decide not to take it. The countless instances in which suspension of disbelief is just impossible.
ejsayo I want my characters to creep up to the scary reality, not the author. Blindness – Buddy Read Discussion. The author just says that the one night stand between them happened and never explains why. Then Saramago marches them, broken, covered in blood and semen, and in one case dead, out of one room and back to their husbands and companions.