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Characters Ð Ensaio sobre a cegueira Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Epidemija neobjašnjivog bijelog sljepila širi se nevjerojatnom brzinom i dovodi ljudsku egzistenciju na rub izdržljivosti humanosti mor This book left me speechless which is a rare occurrence Please enjoy the pictures to illustrate the plot while I recover my gift of rambling An unexplained plague of white blindness sweeps the unnamed country Initial attempts to hastily uarantine the blind in an abandoned mental hospital fail to contain the spread What they succeed at is immediately creating the easy us versus them divide between the helpless newly blind and the terrified seeing Before we know we are immersed in the horrifying surreal world of hopelessness filth violence and hate where the true enemy is not their affliction but people themselves which we can see through the eyes of the only person who appears immune to blindness Perhaps only in a world of the blind will things be what they truly are As the blindness epidemic spreads we see the disintegration of society just like we witnessed the destruction of humanity in the uarantine area Excrement covers sidewalks dogs munch on human corpses the blind rot in the stores after futile attempts to find food Even the saints in the churches are blinded The world is a bleak picture of desolation and destruction We don t know why it happened whether it s a test a warning or a punishment Instead we get a nagging haunting feeling that the real blindness was there all along the blindness towards the others the blindness towards our real selves and the physical blindness served as a way to unveil it What was always there but went unseen before because it used to be easy to shrug off Fear Us against them attitude Greed Contempt Hatred Selfishness Love of power Cowardice Apathy Isolation Filth Rape Murder Theft Ignorance Indifference Blaming the victim It was all already there and blindness amplified it And as society decays and falls apart the uestion of what is means to be human comes up 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 Things that made us human are gone Faces don t matter Names don t matter Homes don t matter Possessions don t matter Shame and modesty are gone Medicine is useless Government is useless Morals seem obsolete Empathy is gone Is anything left Anything inside us The difficult thing isn t living with other people it s understanding them The vestiges of humanity are the only rays of hope in this bleak world The girl with the dark glasses taking care of the boy with the suint The man with the eye patch and his love And the doctor s wife the only one who retained her sight Why Was it because she was the most human Or maybe she remained human because she retained her sight Who knows She is uiet and caring leading the blind washing the raped women weeping over the dead but killing if she must She sticks by her morals even if she is forced to violate them She is the guiding light and the uiet hero in this world of darkness whiteness keeping her charges from degradation without expecting anything in return If we cannot live entirely like human beings at least let us do everything in our power not to live entirely like animals The style of this book may not be for everyone disclaimer I loved it The pages are filled margin to margin with solid wall of text There are no dialogue marks and the seemingly mundane bits of everyday speech are separated only by capital letters Sometimes you need to almost read the sentences out loud to get a feel for who is speaking it s very fitting that the book about the blind is better perceived in a non visual medium The sentences are long in a European fashion run on and beautifully punctuated It is not a book to skim it reuires concentration and definitely is not a light read If all of the above does not scare you you should give this one a tryI will finish this review with the plea in the epigraph for this thought provoking eye opening no pun intended book If you can see look If you can look observe Please do Let s try to look past our own blindness and actually SEE

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Characters Ð Ensaio sobre a cegueira Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free E kruna je brojnih književnih nagrada koje je primio za svoj rad i time je ujedno postao i prvim nobelovcem portugalskog jezičnog izraza edited on 27052020 The word Attention was uttered three times then the voice began the Government regrets having been forced to exercise with all urgency what it considers to be its rightful duty to protect the population by all possible means in this present crisis when something with all the appearance of an epidemic of blindness has broken out provisionally known as the white sickness and we are relying on the public spirit and cooperation of all citizens to stem any further contagion assuming that we are dealing with a contagious disease and that we are not simply witnessing a series of as yet inexplicable coincidences The unanticipated and unforeseen events often strike us when we least expect them to so much so that those could afflict you in the middle of a ride which is still explicable It could be one of those serendipitous and arbitrary events which happen in life but to find that you are not alone to be blessed with such a travesty could numb your senses and send our entire existence for a toss all your morals and ethics essentially everything what life comprises of may be gaping at you with an unfathomable existential horror While the world is still grappling with dread of the CoVID 19 struggling hard with its all might to come to terms with the pandemic which is however yet in its embryonic phase I noticed that uite a few people found somewhat declining fascination for dystopian post apocalyptic books coming to life with up surging beguile I too found myself caught entwined with allure of the same Though I have a bit of luxury in options The Plague by Albert Camus and 1984 by George Orwell to name a few but Blindness made itself popped up out of sea of indecisiveness with eruption of glamour the fact that Jose Saramago s world have been still elusive to me must have played a part in it The flipping through the very first pages sends an eerie glimpse of what the book might hold in wholeness There is an inexplicable utter chaos which announces itself through horrific disorder of humanity the existence of human beings is reduced to just numbers uite similar to what we are witnessing in CoVID 19 the consciousness of individual dies out in the wake of retaining the society but those who are renouncing their beings ostensibly not by choice do not have their desire in it which is otherwise not reuired as it is for amelioration of humanity some of them could be burned in the fire of hell of nothingness to save all the unrealized beings of them gaze with delusive hope only to become one with hell Ah what could it beBlindness it is or is it really We have been brought up with the notion of blindness in which a person loses its ability to see things as they are often than not it reveals out empathy and compassion from us But could Blindness draw out baffling horror out of humanity perhaps if it succeeds in showing the ignominy of humanity to itself probably that s what Jose Saramago has been able to achieve with this masterpiece It just holds an inhuman mirror which shows humiliation of entire humanity the farcicality of civilization to reveal our savage and primitive nature hidden under its inauthentic sheath of comfort which is stripped down to rags of acrid and stifling truth however appalling it may be We invariably boast about feathers we have been able to add in the crown of humanity over the years of civilization but have we really moved a bit transformed a bit from what we were Jose Saramago shattered such notions if any with disdain but perhaps that is how we really are the ghastly image he shows us is probably we are essentially Saramago invites us to his fantastical world which has only one order that there are no orders social or natural with a shattering shriek as drivers of one of the vehicles in a seemingly ordered assortment of automobiles watches in horror as his eyes go white everything they could perceive to send visual signals to the brain is white as if he has been thrown in a sea of white uite unusual earthly improbable the mayhem follows welcome to the world of Saramago The omnipotent blindness as contagious as any influenzas on the planet could be engulfs the entire world of the author but is it just the influenza or it hides something else profound concrete underneath it doesn t it talk about shallowness of our orderly society the feebleness of our standards Anyone who is going to die is already dead and does not know it That we re going to die is something we know from the moment we are born That s why in some ways it s as if we were born dead The author handpicks around half a dozen characters and they have been uarantined in an abandoned military establishment wherein they are left to themselves their lives have been totally cut off from the outer world Their existence has been suspended between being and nothingness as if it doesn t matter to those who are still considered civilized but yet to be thrown in the hell of nothingness The life of the uarantine camp briskly degenerates into an existential hell where the blind are victimized first by the way they have been rounded up and shoved into what was a mental hospital after that they are not given proper food either and most appallingly by how they are reduced in their attempt to stay alive We see new sort of barter system in the camp which eventually takes inhumane form as human beings are demanded in return of food The dangled and unfulfilled existence of these characters takes us through the manifold possibilities of human wickedness wherein they have been reduced to just vermin who do not have say in the social order of humanity as if their existence is just an apparition so much so that they have not been even given names just referred by their professions or relations However they are still alive and as human as anyone could be but the society becomes oblivious to their existence Could they spring their unfulfilled existences back from the hell of nothingness or they would be crushed down under the humongous pressure of disarray indifference contempt and atrocities committed by the orderly world Life as we know it could be changed with the rules of nature our society our morals ethics may not stand the savage duress of existence It is not just the world out there which the inhabitants of the uarantine center have to take care of we have witnessed on numerous occasions in the history of human civilization that whenever humanity is stretched to its inhumane limit horrendous activities take birth the social orders go for a toss the primitive archaic human instincts come to play and the world of Saramago is no exception either We witness perhaps all possible horrendous and grisly acts of humanity unfortunately as we are not blind our eyeballs move as swiftly they could to watch murder thefts and rapes tears may flow down as a stream of water from those but perhaps our own shame keeps them withhold The characters of Saramago struggle with their need to connect with one another form relations and bond as a community and also with their need for individuality there is a ever going tussle between individuality and community we went down all the steps of indignity all of them until we reached total degradation the same might happen here albeit in a different way there we still had the excuse that the degradation belonged to someone else not now now we are all eual regarding good and evil please don t ask me what good and what evil are we knew what it was each time we had to act when blindness was an exception what is right and what is wrong are simply different ways of understanding our relationships with the others not that which we have with ourselves one should not trust the latter forgive this moralising speech you do not know you cannot know what it means to have eyes in a world in which everyone else is blind I am not a ueen no I am simply the one who was born to see this horror you can feel it I both feel and see it The author has been able to create here an alternate reality without touching the easily sought after characteristics of science fiction he doesn t dive into any parallel universes instead he just shows a world which is so strange by the word go yet so much our own world it takes us to the uncomfortable and unwanted recess of our memory and imagination however it is always there which shows the ability of the author The book is like a philosophical treatise without being pedantic on human existence which shows us our own fragility and fallibility through dismantling our society crumbling our civilization to nothing The things which we have amassed and hard earned over the years as a reward to swank our so called hard work to categorized those as luxuries which only distinctive could afford are reduced to just basic things of necessity even some of those glorified and proudly gloated things become useless as life come back to basic needs of survival We are so afraid of the idea of having to die said the doctor s wife that we always try to find excuses for the dead as if we were asking beforehand to be excused when it is our turnDo we have any hope then Perhaps we do otherwise we may not be reading this great piece of literature after progressing through so many hideous acts genocides wars rapes murders etc in our own history of civilization Hope is a necessary evil which instills confidence in you to move forward though it may be shallow and baseless at times and that is all sometimes we need to put forth through madness of humanity Saramago doesn t disappoint you here either The major characters of Saramago braved themselves to last extend of their perseverance which comes out to be most essential of human ualities needed for survival to remain afloat in this sea of white nothingness The prose of Saramago is peculiar and inimitable with uniue innovations one might come across He takes movement of post modernism to a different level altogether thereby constructing many long breathless sentences some of those may even go for than a page in which commas take place of periods uotation marks semicolons and colons I have found something which one of its kind as far as narrative style of the book is concerned wherein narrative shift in the voices of characters may be identified with fist capital letter of the phrase which may not be discernible immediately The characters are referred to by descriptive appellations such as the doctor s wife the car thief or the first blind man Given the characters blindness some of these names seem ironic the boy with the suint or the girl with the dark glasses his style reflecting the recurring themes of identity and meaning showing the imbecility and impotence of the existence of the characters There is omniscient third person narrator amidst the changing but reliable narrative voices who at times tries to pull the reader into narrative showing glimpses of metafiction Saramago has used uite intelligently one of the characters to infuse intrusive narration through the doctor s wife whose eye balls remain utilitarian throughout the madness of Blind people She is an intelligent woman who full of survival instinct which is uintessential to exist in such mayhem Gradually she becomes eye to the main characters of the story as their existence become solely dependent on her will and act What may appear a position of fortune is essentially an unfortunate gift to her in the city of Blind people as she has to witness all the horrors horrific acts through her experienced but numb eyes The doctor s wife may also imply a type of internal narrator infused masterfully by the author to show the human virtues such as empathy sympathy co ordination assistance and perseverance amidst the madness of inhumanity One could not miss the ostensible impact of Franz Kafka on the prose of Jose Saramago as his characters take the strange and outlandishly unusual events to be perfectly normal In the start of the story itself the sudden blindness of the first blind man reminds me of The Metamorphosis in which Gregor Samsa wakes up one day to find himself transformed in to vermin and which he accepts as an ordinary situation Like Kafka used to throw his characters into absurd and outlandish circumstances Saramago uses the settings of the novel to bring out the most extreme reactions from the characters Likewise we see that Saramago similar to Albert Camus uses the social disintegration of people to the extreme to study the fragility of our vices and virtues And since disasters never come singly at that same moment the electricians went blind who were responsible for maintaining the internal power supply and conseuently that also of the generator an old model not automatic that had long been awaiting replacement this resulted as we said before in the elevator coming to a halt between the ninth and tenth floors It is like a social commentary using highly allegorical streamlined uniue prose as James Wood praises the distinctive tone to his fiction because he narrates his novels as if he were someone both wise and ignorant which may get sometimes a bit challenging to read due to its text having no uotation marks no indentations when a speaker changes however if one could brave through initial pages then the book could not be put down The book is highly enjoyable with traits of acerbic ironical and wry humor through the existential horrors of life dense but comprehensible its impact is immediate and a reflection of the sensibility of Saramago which is at once alive and significant You mentioned that there are organised groups of blind people observed the doctor this means that new ways of living are being invented and there is no reason why we should finish up by being destroyed as you predict I 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  • Paperback
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  • Ensaio sobre a cegueira
  • José Saramago
  • Croatian
  • 01 January 2018
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