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He is gunned down while trying to ask the guards for medication for his infected leg. I can imagine and I don’t need to know exactly how someone is forced into sexual relations with a bunch of animalistic men.

Cecità by José Saramago (2 star ratings)

What happened, human-to-human, to cause this escalation? Also, the writing fused all sentences and dialogue together into lengthy paragraphs that seemed endless.

Search for ” Blindness ” on Amazon. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. After reading the first few pages that follow the exile from the ward or is it liberation? And the church, it too fails to see, to help, to care.

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View all 18 comments. Primo libro di maggio: We are supposed to be upset, and I was. And even then Saramago doesn’t go the whole way in showcasing human debasement.


What I cannot deal with is zero character progression. He never uses names cexita the novel. But like Cormac McCarthy before him, Saramago enjoys apocalyptic sadism far too much to worry about redemptive details. It is read with a proper feeling for the events described.

That’s an underhanded argument anyways since most of us have never been starved. There’s hyper-rationing of basic essentials which creates a vicious rivalry between quarantined sections. The first third of this novel is intriguing.

His reading is just fine. I get it, I thought; you don’t have to beat me over the head with it. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Retrieved 26 December Le reazioni psicologiche degli anonimi protagonisti sono devastanti, con un’esplosione di terrore e violenza, e gli effetti di questa misteriosa patologia sulla co In un tempo e un luogo non precisati, all’improvviso l’intera popolazione diventa cieca per un’inspiegabile epidemia. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

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I don’t need pages of sunshine and flowers, and I’m willing to slog through some unpleasantness if there’s some sort of literary payoff, but this was just pointless. Al Maki For one thing, it’s actually realistic.

To work for me, it would need to be more character led – I still want to know why one of the main characters was unaffected for example, which was never explained. He is among the first to be quarantined along with his wife.


He also doesn’t discover the bounds of anthropology. It’s simply not good writing – that sort of scene does not require any effort to make the reader hate the character. That’s a fine point, but a critical one. Basically, a contagious disease of white blindness eventually overtakes a nation. People squat in abandoned buildings and scrounge for food.

Are the distinctions between “good” and “evil” in people so easily made in Saragamo’s view?

Reading Blindness you will hear clear echoes of many of them. Instead, they use an outdated, abandoned mental institution with few sanitary facilities, no cleaning supplies or even ceecita water? Fiction Novel with minimal punctuation?? It was like reading a left and right justified textbook. Rating this book on a scale was very difficult because swramago was, strangely, a book that I thought was phenomenally good but I would never recommend to anyone.