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Deniz Dayioglu Dayioglu de Sobolevo, Ryazanskaya oblast', Russia de Sobolevo, Ryazanskaya oblast', Russia

Lecteur Deniz Dayioglu Dayioglu de Sobolevo, Ryazanskaya oblast', Russia

Deniz Dayioglu Dayioglu de Sobolevo, Ryazanskaya oblast', Russia

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J'avais l'impression que l'histoire d'amour venait à l'arrière de l'agenda de l'auteur et du monde qu'il avait créé. C'était intéressant et une idée sympa, mais je détestais le discours «pétillant» et sentais que l'histoire d'amour était très superficielle - pas de tension et je n'ai jamais vraiment aimé Zane. Pourtant ... Je voulais savoir comment ça finirait, alors j'ai continué à lire.

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As I was reading this book, Bruegel's famous painting, The Parable of the Blind Leading the Blind popped into my mind. It is about how helpless humanity is against the cruelty of the reality of existence, and I couldn’t help wondering whether Saramago may have been influnced by this painter's works. Through this painting, the painter depicts the dangers of a collective blindness that reflects a spiritual as well as a physical handicap. It was as though these two artists of two very different ages were looking at the world through the same glasses. Hasn't all the time that passed by in between changed people in the least? Are people still in a white blindness?