Explore IE’s board “José Saramago” on Pinterest. José Saramago – Portuguese writer and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature. .. Amor a dios. Y tengo que decir que es bueno describir a Dios, porque cada quien lo tiene y lo ve de distinta manera. . “El factor Dios”, del que tanto habla, ese ilustre ateo, llamado José Saramago, es un Factor que ocupa y cuestiona la. 3 Composiciones de Azio Corghi a partir de la obra de José Saramago . En definición suya, “Dios es el silencio del universo, y el ser humano, el grito que da . Diario El País, 18/09/ “El factor Dios “; ↑ Diario El País, 21/08/ “Dios .

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Ah, another important topic in Saramago’s blog is religion and his belief that this is the root of all problems. So apparently, from September to AugustSaramago’s wife Pilar del Rio told him to write a blog. Saramago hopes his own sarsmago are sometimes among the favourites So he went online and wrote a few lines a day, just like any other person writing a blog.

What significance does the buzzing of bees inside the hive sraamago Not everyone will agree with all of his thoughts, but no one will deny they should not be addressed.

The Notebook

Just ratings, compared to k ratings for Blindness. How many of them remain? Feb 07, Deborah Schuff rated it it was amazing Shelves: Do we talk for the same reason we perspire? But one day, when he comes across the records of an anonymous young woman, something happens to him. Force in epic proportions.

His works, some of which can be seen as allegories, commonly present subversive perspectives on historic events, emphasizing the human factor rather than the officially sanctioned story. And this book was a compilation of what he wrote. From a Fachor Prize winner: Saramago was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in Saramago is very open with respect to his criticism of George Bush. A must, must read for anyone who love to see writers being open about world affairs and critique current culture without a safety net.


That’s definitely my kind of thinking and Saramago is most definitely my kind of person. In fact, early on, he called Bush a liar emeritus, a high priest to all the liars that surround him, and he calls Bush a badly programmed robot who constantly switches and confuses the messages it carries around inside it.

Non a caso le note a margine su questo libro abbondano. Ensayo sobre la ceguera. View all 30 comments. A child crying, the caress of a woman half asleep, the bleat of a goat, a prayer uttered in the grayish morning light.

Apr 12, jeremy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Then reality hits home—families are left to care for the permanently dying, life-insurance policies become meaningless, and funeral parlors are reduced to arranging burials for pet dogs, cats, hamsters, and parrots.

To ask other readers questions about The Notebookplease sign up. In this provocative, tender novel, the subject of wide critical discussion and wonder, Saramago questions the meaning of God, the foundations of the Church, and human existence itself.

They have achieved the great goal of humanity: I don’t know much about Italian politics to evaluate this, but I can say that Saramago’s words were rather strong. The blog texts are random thoughts which cover a lot of topics and events from those seven months and not only: This book is a mish-mash of memoir, biography and nostalgia. This is another one of those times in which I decided to branch out of fiction and try reading non-fiction for a while. Among the general public, on the other hand, there is initially celebration—flags are hung out on balconies, people dance in the streets.


Just because we do? No saramagp or quizzes yet. We see the day-to-day world through his eyes with tear inducing politics and unfathomable people. A magnificent parable of loss and disorientation and a vivid evocation of the horrors of the twentieth century, Blindness has swept the reading factot with its powerful portrayal of man’s worst appetites and weaknesses—and man’s ultimately exhilarating spirit.

He will be greatly missed. I look forward to reading my next book of his, the aptly named Death at Intervals. Quotes from The Notebook.

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Israel and Gaza is another topic. Jan sl, Sookie rated it it was amazing Shelves: The flawless flow of words are only a bonus.

Subhro is given two new suits of clothes and Solomon a long overdue scrub. The writing is collection of perceptions on humanity through the eyes of an artistic mind. He finds it bizarre that only now do churches take the initiative to apologize to these people, as they have persecuted them in the past. Open Fxctor See a Problem?

Jose Saramago, El factor dios.

He talks about the men of science that died for their work, people who were tried or even killed by the church, just because they believed in something that was contradictory to the Bible. Hardcoverpages. Major themes that he is addressing consistently in the book are the following: He attacks both Christians and Muslims alike, and even suggests that there should be a third god to mediate between these two parties.