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The dream of eternal life has founded religions that changed the shape of the world. Unexpectedly human, one would think. View all 18 comments.

Saramago allows himself to follow a line of muerge to its logical conclusion, even if that conclusion is absurd to the point of ridiculousness. Amo a Saramago, he sido desde siempre su fiel lectora. Namely, just because you live forever doesn’t mean you don’t suffer bodily harm. Listening to this book I hope is going to give the nugget of genius story-telling that I love Saramago for.

Trivia About Death with Interr With only a mild interest to sustain me, I ambled through the pages half-heartedly. Dream come true, right?

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His signature story-tellling lends itself very well to dr death takes a holiday theme where he analyzes every day life, government corruption, you name it. Knjiga mjeseca – Smrt i njeni hirovi 21 83 Jul 17, The day is normal, nothing seems out of place… except people are not dying anymore. View all 13 comments. Debolsillo; Translation edition January 26, Language: Perhaps it will leave an saranago How hard can life get if she, the sqramago with the power to kill when it pleases her, decides she likes humans more than her original form?

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My wife is fluent in Portuguese so she’s going to read Blindness in its native language while I read an English I’ve heard good things about Saramago. Saramago was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in Death, I learned, is far more fascinating as a person than a concept.

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inttermitencias You need to be a fan of Saramago to enjoy this book. Learn more about Amazon Prime. View all 11 comments. Return to Book Page.

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Set up a giveaway. Aug 21, Vanessa J. What if no one died? If the you say yes to the daramago one, then read this. And his gentle irony accepts the fact that we all lie by inevitable omission every time we utter a sound.

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xaramago Get to Know Us. Saramago once again does the impossible and all I can say is that after the last page you can’t help but say “aww”. View all 8 comments. And why do I have those pesky tears glistening in the corners of my eyes?

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A book about a place where suddenly nobody dies anymore [s]. So death for example may be lethal but perhaps saramwgo is not morbid. View all 19 comments. Want to Read saving…. As it happened in Blindnessthe realism of it all is striking.

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Saramago has always been considered a literary iconoclast. Yes, the entirety of the novel does seem a bit fragmented, however its ability to penetrate an issue such as death and its spirited treatment of it deserves high praise. He also manages to include other recurring theme of his such as: Write a customer review.

I …more Somewhere around the middle it was boring, but then, when death becomes the main character, it became one of my favourite books.

It is NOT difficult to read, give it a few pages and I promise you will grasp it. He is poking around, trying to kick up a worthy subject from under the dust, and it is clear from this haphazard approach that he really has no idea of the direction the novel will take.

I haven’t quite made it across the middle of the book – to where Death becomes central. I had read some bad reviews at Google Play Store saying this book is divided in two phases and that the second one is not very good.

Mysteriously, at the stroke intermitejcias midnight of January 1, no one in the country can die any more.