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Trivia About The Notebook. And due to the fact sadamago Saramago is one of my favorite authors, I would perhaps more than gladly read anything that comes out with his name on it. Do they use it to communicate with one another?

Needless to say, this one gets a full 5 stars. Saramago’s way of thinking and reasoning looks so flawless, it felt like art. So fatcor went online and wrote a few lines a day, just like any other person writing a blog. I know these are idle words, appropriate for someone turning eighty-six.

He confronts Him, he argues with Him. A stunningly powerful novel of man’s will to survive against all odds, by the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. What if no one ever died again? I liked this book because it provided me with a window that looks inside one of the world’s most beautiful minds. To ask other readers questions about The Notebookplease sign up.


The Notebook by José Saramago

And what about us? George Bush and his lying; Silvio Berlusconi and his bad governance; Israel faftor its maltreatment of Gaza; authors and friends who have died; and factoids that surround the release of his new book.

And again and again, Cain encounters a God whose actions seem callous, cruel, and unjust. So apparently, from September to AugustSaramago’s wife Pilar del Rio told him to write a blog.

There is one eyewitness to this nightmare who guides seven strangers—among them a boy with no mother, a girl with dark glasses, a dog of tears—through the barren streets, and the procession becomes as uncanny as the surroundings are harrowing. And behind every statement, no matter how serious, there lurks his unique sly humour; the reader feels that Saramago could slay the most ferocious dragons with his comic force alone.

I’m told that the interviews were worth doing. Then reality hits home—families are left to care for the permanently dying, life-insurance saramagi become meaningless, and funeral parlors are reduced to arranging burials for pet dogs, cats, hamsters, and parrots.

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Like I said earlier, it provided factkr a window to see how Saramago’s brain functions, and reading his blog allowed me access to whatever it was that was brewing in his head, without the artistic flourish that a novel usually is crafted with. Non a caso le note a margine su questo libro abbondano. Subhro is given two new suits of clothes and Solomon a long overdue scrub. Thanks for telling us about the problem. View all 14 comments.


His idea of the Holy Family reflects the real complexities of any family, and—as only Saramago can—he imagines them with tinges of vision, dream, and omen. And what for, after all? Tertuliano watches the film, unimpressed. Precise observations and moments of arresting significance are rendered with pointillist detail and together demonstrate an acute understanding of our times. He really was a man of values. The Notebook is a unique journey into the personal and political world of one of the greatest writers of our time.

Saramago’s house in Lanzarote is also open to the public. I learned a great deal about Spanish and Portuguese history, politics, and literature just from reading his musings. Fadtor works, some of which can be seen as allegories, commonly present subversive perspectives on historic events, emphasizing the human factor. This book is a mish-mash of memoir, biography and nostalgia.