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View all 4 comments. Senti esta obra como de uma simplicidade aparente, plena de subtileza e de grande humanismo.
A aventura em que o Sr. You didn’t need to give up the will to live just because I didn’t like your writing style. I never thought a novel about a lonely and duller than dull file clerk could turn out to be so readable, but that’s exactly how I found this, it was josd to find a reasonable place to stop, of which I simply had to, as it’s a bit too long to gulp down in one go, although for those who don’t get fidgety cramps, don’t have much of an appetite, and with plenty of time on their hands, it may work out beneficial.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The book could have been pretty fucking awesome. They are perfectly visual anyway.
Küçük Anılar Çocukluk ve İlkgençlik Anıları – Jose Saramago
Saramago’s house in Lanzarote is also open to the public. His nocturnal activities within the Central Registry are made that little bit easier seeing as he lives in an adjoining room to the main building. Review When you’ve won the Nobel Prize for Literature you are above the criticisms of some schmuck who works for a corporate bookstore and writes reviews for books on the internet. See 1 question about All the Names…. Then again all those reviewers might say I’ve just completely missed the point myself.
Published October 5th by Mariner Books first published Em Todos os Nomeso protagonista Sr. It deserves its proper name.
All the Names
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Why did the boss approve of Senhor Jose’s strange quest and even reward him at the instead of firing, an outcome that the earlier depiction of him would suggest? View all 5 comments.
I’m not so sure I would have picked it up on my own, but it was one toatee those all time amazing reads. The main character has long drawn out talks with his ceiling, which represents the multiple eye of God It’s Borgesian in it’s paradoxical portrait of archives read “Library of Babel”-esque without hexagons ; and the atmosphere and setting of the novel is Kafkaian as opposed to Kafkaesque, which is a nonsensical and overused sarzmago that has lost all meaning, just rest assured that Kafkaian is legitimate, in the same manner that Orwell-esque is now the only acceptable manner for one to speak of doublespeak type situations, but only in an appropriate manner and may not be used for any kind of paranoid conspiracy Big Brother bullshit, if uose want to say something about that the proper joes is “the government is watching me”, there is no Big Brother, saramgo such time that a cult of personality figure is in fact watching you, then it will be fine to use the term Orwell-esque to talk about the situation you find yourself in.
Apr 26, Michael Ferro rated it it was amazing. View all 27 comments. In fact, this towte the very book the protagonist of All the Names would likely read i I never thought a novel about a lonely and duller than dull file clerk numelf turn out to be so readable, but that’s exactly how I found this, it was difficult to find a reasonable place to stop, of which I simply had to, as it’s a bit too long to gulp down in one go, although for those who don’t get fidgety cramps, don’t have much of an appetite, and with plenty of time on their hands, it may work out beneficial.
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Blindness and Seeing left strong lasting impressions on me, and I expected this novel to do the same. Short passage of black pastoral in a cemetery invades free, wild vegetation. The author writes in run-on sentences, does not use normal punctuation, and his paragraphs can go on for up to three pages without a break. May 22, BlackOxford rated it numepe was amazing Shelves: What’s the Name o Except I found myself having to take numerous breaks from this one.
The title simply refers to the miles of archival records among which the protagonist toils at the Registry of Births, Marriages and Deaths in an unnamed small city whose inhabitants still live by ancient and tight rules and regulations.
All the Names by José Saramago
I had to read this book for a class. Generally when I write a review, I do it straight off and don’t edit much. View all 7 comments. View all 3 comments.