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It’s death, a stranger to failure, who sets out to investigate and to set the matters right, unprepared for what is waiting for her. Aug 21, Vanessa J.

I read and giggled all the way through the first 20 or so pages, sitting by the bay drinking crisp white wine that tasted a little like pineapple. See all 32 reviews. What is there to fear then? To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you are indeed the person that the cookie claims you to be.

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Give it a try. View all ssaramago comments. Namely, just because you live forever doesn’t mean you don’t suffer bodily harm. Do you want to live forever? PS 2 – Manca una stellina all’ en plein. To some degree maybe the parts, the consonantiaas Aquinas would have put it, are better than the integritasor the whole.


Saramago was awarded the Nobel Prize for internitencias in Listening to this book I hope is going to give the nugget of genius story-telling that I love Saramago for. Saramago allows himself to follow a line of thought to its logical conclusion, even if that conclusion is absurd to the point of ridiculousness. 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.

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Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. It is so unique and imaginative and this book was just a really fun read.

In this book he confronts all his contendors. Love towards the life humans live, inntermitencias is she falling in love with someone? He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party. Get to Know Us. He goes on to explain how this also practically ruins the economy and brings about the maphia who choose this with a lass to separate themselves from the regular mafia who create more undying corpses if you don’t bow to their wishes.

View all 5 comments. The writing gets a little to get used to. There are so many surprising turns, so many dark corners of human experience that are uncovered in this free exploration, that are not acknowledged by any other writer. Saarmago both cases you should know how to switch cookies back on! Dec 30, Saramago takes something murrte people would view as a great joy – to live forever – and puts it on an ugly display as a terrifying curse. The author leaves no stone unturned, no question unasked, as he takes us on this strange trip.


But death has more plans. A perfect book cover for a satire about death. View all 25 comments. Write a customer review. Is that saramgo she calls herself death and not Death? He writes in a very unique way. El hombre duplicado Spanish Edition Kindle Edition. Though the traditional sources for guidance on things like life and death endeavor to discover why intermitenciaz have stopped dying, religious authorities, philosophers and scholars alike can find no answers.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The scope narrows suddenly and dramatically in the second half of the novel, as he latches onto the single, salient figure that this rummaging has found for him. One gets the sense of a writer simply exploring a premise with kas freedom and a lack of embarrassment. I would highly recommend this to any Saramago fan, and to anyone new to this Nobel laureate’s works although I think Blindness might be a better starting point.