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Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness by Jose Saramago | : Books
This dde where the whole book went from being a 3 star read to a book I’d like to burn. Is this a virus, a bacteria, a prion?
Sarmago communications with the outside world! There is no character development, no insights in the human nature, no hearts and minds in wording, no examining of values in I cannot begin to say how joe I hate his book. The whole city, maybe the whole country, already went blind. Some characters have thin back stories, some do not. We just factually know all these things happened. Nothing but darkness, right? This is the only book recommended by John Darnielle on his good reads page and that is why I read it but I would rather read his novel Wolf in White Van than this one.
The best part of this whole thing, nose the author’s style of writing is a rage inducing level of difficult to read. It’s like reading pink text on a green background: View all 9 comments. Gruesome disaster porn with an overstretched premise. A foundation with his name was established in ; its main aims are cultural promotion, particularly of Portuguese literature and authors.
Also by Jose Saramago. I’m sure now that people can see, there’ll magically be food again and people won’t starve to death.
While certainly interesting a Let me start by saying how ridiculous it feels to critique the ensayoo of an author deemed worthy of the Nobel Prize for Literature. I get it, I thought; you don’t have to beat me over the head with it. I would have This book disgusts me. She can feel the gun in her hand —the gun with which she could kill him and quite possibly stop dozens of women, including herself, from being brutalized.
As it is, his actions make it even clearer that this is not a novel where people who are blind can learn to develop interdependence and work together; this is a novel where people who are blind always need to be saved.
The author also rejects the use of standard punctuation, ensayp there are no quotation marks, and sentences run together, sometimes for pages, with just commas separating them.
Cehuera nameless characters were very boring and one-dimensional.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera / Blindness
I only got a third of the way through the book before I gave up out of disgust. In case you couldn’t have guessed, when civilization breaks down, the World becomes a cegyera of Shit and Hunger, with good doses of Violent Cruelty including mass rapes thrown in.
A big thumbs down from me! So, if you don’t think you’d be particularly bothered by that scene, you should definitely pick up this book. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
These soldiers were scared by the blinds and at first their fingers were twitchy. That apex, lamentably enough, is the graphic raping of the ward’s women. The blurbs on zaramago book – ” He also doesn’t discover the bounds of anthropology. To ask other readers questions about Ensayo sobre la cegueraplease sign up. Please read something by an actually blind author.
Ensayo sobre la ceguera
The writing is in large, dense, chunky paragraphs, with no character names, 2. Lists with This Book. I have a hard time believing this would even happen. The blindness is contagious. Once the reader is taken inside the quarantine, we lose all reporting of society on the outside.
There was really no redeeming value of this treatise and one is mentally, physically, and emotionally bombarded with all the baser elements of ma Well what to say about this one? But again, Saragamo misses the chance to explore the moral ambivalence that would most certainly accompany most human’s were they to share in her experience. Another annoying and unnecessary plot point was when the eye doctor sleeps with the “girl with the dark glasses,” whom I refer to as hooker girl.