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I think it’ll be worth the effort. Ovako mogu do sutra.
The book bombards very big philosophical questions in what-if situation: The progression of the book was extremely weird, it feels quick and intense and interesting and full of story details in two or tree pages, and then it gets extremely dull with obvious details. Partway through, however, it seemed to take a turn towards a political focus, and that’s where I was lost completely, and gave up politics is not my strength at the best of times, and there’s too much tension in real life to also try and follow the political tensions of fiction.
Death reemerges not long thereafter, this time as a woman named death the lowercase name is used to signify the difference between the death who ends the life of people, and the Death who will end all of the Universe. I’m thinking of some of James Ellroys’s books.
In the best cases unusual punctuation can create a flow mofte reading that helps you step into the emotional space of the characters. The only way you could tell someone else has started talking it by a comma followed by a random capitalised letter like you normally find after a full stop. And he says a lot of things out of the blue, assuming that the reader will understand what he means.
Want to Read saving…. I am on page 70, does this book get any better, or does it keep going on in this vein? He writes in extremely long, run-on sentences, using a copious amount of commas. JP Peste Somewhere around the middle it was boring, but then, when death becomes the main character, it became one of my favourite books. As a reader I guess I often overlook punctuation.
As Intermitências da Morte by José Saramago (1 star ratings)
Paragraphs run on for more than a page. De los libros mas feos que he leido. Reading the dialog between characters was so laborious due to the lack of quotations or line breaks or periods. Then, all of this just fell short, like a blob sound when you throw a big stone on the well and get no results after the time passes. I’m glad I didn’t read it first. Read this under the compulsion of a book club, which goes to show you should never join anything. Should be they happy about the immortality?
Death With Interruptions is not merely the worst experience I’ve ever had with a novel, it’s the antithesis of my basic literary beliefs. Death With Interruptionsthe tale of an unnamed country where people have stopped dieing, is not about any of this. Return to Book Page. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Too bad, since the premise of the story seems really interesting. Das Buch behandelt ein interessantes Thema, jedoch spricht mich der Schreibstil bisher Seite 78 nicht an. It took me over three weeks to figure that life is just too short to read a book you don’t like. The novel centers around death as both a phenomenon, and as an anthropomorphized character. Retrieved 30 January Despite the plain, black cover, this book would fit best in the ‘humor’ section. This is not one of those cases.
For me it’s far from the merit and any more than useless descriptions, and sloppy sentences demanding for interpretations which have nothing.
As Intermitências da Morte
He even incorporates dialogue into the run-on sentences, using just a comma and a capital letter to distinguish speakers. A foundation with his name was established in ; its main aims are cultural promotion, particularly of Portuguese literature and authors. Saramago’s house in Lanzarote is also open to the public.