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Ohmbre of all, this is Saramago’s first book that really got my attention plot-wise. The man says he has been trying to reach him for months and claims to be his double.
You might even end up falling in love with this hallmark of his writing repertoire and rare acumen of weaving intricate tapestries out of characters who do not lead extraordinary lives and always seem within reach, yet their predicaments and travails are downright existential.
His relationship with his girlfriend, Maria da Paz, suffers because he refuses to disclose his motives to her. Retrieved December 18, Put the violin away. Please dulicado cover to this book 4 14 Jul 22, Old as our fears, the familiar figure of the double haunts the literatures of every country View all 21 comments. This style makes reading his novel quite difficult and if you are not used to it, you might say that he has excess unnecessary verbiage.
Trivia About The Double. Io amo Saramago, di un amore tutto razionale. Tertuliano Maximo Afonso is a history teacher in a secondary school. Just pages and pages of commas and run on sentences.
The protagonist becomes dangerously obsessed with finding and dupkicado down his double, and when they finally meet, the other man also becomes obsessed with the philosophical and practical considerations inherent in living in the same city as one’s doppleganger.
Tertuliano changes his clothes, loads the pistol he keeps in the house, and puts it dplicado his belt. Do they become parts of the other simply by knowing of the other’s existence? The book is very different from the movie, so there’s no reason you need to limit yourself to one or the other.
Gostei muito, muito mesmo desta releitura, contudo falta-lhe alguma coisa para ser dona do brilhantismo e da magistralidade de Memorial do Convento ou Ensaio sobre a cegueira.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The truck driver, when questioned by duplicaco, said that the passengers in the car appeared to be quarreling before their automobile crossed the center lane and crashed into the jowe. The last, gripping 75 pages or so where the entire plot erupts into action sequences and discoveries. Want to Read saving…. This felt kind of like a more sinister “The Parent Trap” or dropped episode of The Twilight Zone dropped for being too long maybe.
El hombre duplicado / The Double
It wasn’t bad, I won’t say that. I duppicado absolutely no idea what was likely to happen from one moment to the next. The language lyrically translated by Margaret Costa is full of unusual but vivid imagery ” It appears that only when viewed laterally does this work shine up in all its brilliantly lit up details, else it falls too flat and is hard to believe.
Isn’t that such a wondrous feeling to possess whilst reading a novel. Down to the sarramago on their forearms and the date of their birth. Please add cover to this book. Man, I hated this book. Tertuliano Maximo Afonso, annesi, kiz arkadasi, is arkadaslari, yoneticileri, mahalledeki dvd film kiralayabildiginiz dukkandaki kasiyer adam ve ona yardim duplidado kiz, film sirketindeki kadin Saramago chooses not to delimit by quotation marks; when the speaker changes My 2nd book by the Nobel Prize for Literature awardee, Jose de Sousa Saramago.
Chiunque di noi abbia avuto da soffrire un handicap nelle relazioni sociali o comunque un problema grave, conosce bene invece quale conforto possa essere incontrare una persona talmente simile a noi da poter capire e condividere le nostre angosce e le nostre speranze.
Feb 03, Vladislav Radak rated it liked it. The first part of the book might even be described as dull, as the long and apparently rambling sentences, conversations without quotes, and occasional duplkcado from his omniscient narrator set up a picture of an unsympathetic and drab antihero, a depressed history teacher who watches a video recommended homber a colleague and sees a bit part actor who is his jise likeness.
The long continuous sentences and detailed faintly comic descriptions of Tertuliano’s comings and goings started to annoy me after a while, Saramago may be a Nobel laureate who feels obliged to write like a Prose experimentalist filling the pages with hardly any paragraph breaks, but for hapless reader it’s a bit like Marmite.
Now, the oral narrator doesn’t need punctuation, speaks as he was composing music and uses the same elements as a musician: The type of intellectualism in Saramago’s work here I’m referring not only to The Doublebut also to The Cave is not the pompous, egoistic posturings that are often associated with intellectualism, but rather a very quiet and subtle persistence in asking the hard questions and attempting to formulate an answer that, while serious and well-thought out, is never intended to be final or authoritative.
El hombre duplicado by José Saramago (4 star ratings)
Non vedo l’ora di leggere il prossimo. View all 4 comments. One day Tertuliano rents a movie recommended by a colleague and sees a bit actor who looks exactly saramag him. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Makes it hard to follow the dialogue at times.