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Jan 26, Pages. In fact, the author at one point tells us outright that blindness is a symbol for compleo blindness of humanity as we destroy the planet, yet prefer cevuera to see it. This is a highly symbolic novel, where, as Jose Saramago says himself, the human being has become blind to the pressing needs around, and is sending spacecrafts to the Mars to collect rocks, while there are people dying from starvation, diseases, and terrorism.

Want to Read saving…. This is the only time you’ll ever catch me making this comment: Fiction Novel with minimal punctuation?? In that sense, I read the book as a warning that we must cherish and defend our humanity, just because it is but a com;leto layer and can very easily disappear.

Pero a veces con menos me llenan mucho mas 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, w ” 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.

View all 6 comments. This is a very thought provoking novel. Read it Forward Read it first.


He follows 7 people in particular; they are first put in quarantine, but can break out; with them sarxmago is 1 woman who can still see for equally obscure reasonswhich of course is very useful for the others, but also for us, readers.

The living conditions there are appalling, as no one will enter the hospital aside from new “inmates”. The book is dark. Saramago’s style of writing. Jorge Luis Borges was blind most of his life saramafo he said the one color he never saw osbre after he became blind was black. There’s a dramatic, but equally heavy handed scene towards the end of the novel. Era sepolto sotto la catasta.

Thus, it spoiled most of the fun. As one should certainly suspect of a selection from a Nobel Prize-winner, Jose Saramago’s saramzgo allegory Blindness provides considerable food for thought. The narration flips without warning from an omnisicent narrator to an unidentified person, about whom we learn nothing. Saramago illustrates how everything we take for grant can suddenly fall away, and there’s no distinction any more between good and evil, ” homo homini lupus ” or ” l’enfer c’est les autres “, man as the worst enemy of himself.

Primo libro di maggio: 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.

Saramago, a writer who has become the awakening conscience of a time blinded by the mechanisms of power, sends out an alert: Quotes from Ensayo sobre la c 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… librro un nome proprio. The government and populace are terrified when they realize the blindness is epidemic.

The symbolism is pretty clear.

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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. While there, the aflicted, under Armed Forces guard and under penalty of being shot on sight if they attempt hose leave must endure unspeakable, grotesque horrors like a modern-day Dante’s Infernowrit large and unsettlingly. Altra scelta di stile. Please try again later.

I found this form of narration distracting. 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.

Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party. What an interesting approach to an apocalyptic scenario”. Grim Tale of Pandemic Blindness It’s not easy to review this novel.

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But I think his review is more eloquently worded than mine: Miramax Pictures was too faithful to the novel that when I was reading it, the movie was simultaneously running in my mind. Other books in the series. Raw, gross, compelling, and disturbing.