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The city afflicted by the blindness is never named, nor the country specified. Retrieved from ” https: Faced with starvation, internees battle each other and burn down the asylum, only to discover that the army has abandoned the asylum, after which the protagonists join the throngs of nearly helpless blind people outside who wander the devastated city and fight one another to survive.


An English-language film adaptation of Blindness was directed by Fernando Meirelles. Anxiety over the availability of food, caused by delivery irregularities, acts to undermine solidarity; and lack of organization prevents the internees from fairly distributing food or sara,ago. Unwilling to leave her husband to be interned, she lies to the dseu and claims to be blind. The new novel takes place in the same country featured in Blindness and features several of the same characters.

He is later stabbed to death by the doctor’s wife. The first part of the novel follows the experiences of the central characters in the filthy, overcrowded asylum joss they and other blind people have been quarantined. This man is not one of those afflicted by the “white sickness”—rather he has been blind since birth. Like the German translation of the novel, the opera’s title is “Die Stadt der Blinden”.

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Conditions degenerate further as an armed clique gains control over food deliveries, subjugating their fellow internees and exposing them to rape and deprivation. The doctor is an ophthalmologist stricken blind after treating a patient with what will come to be called “the white sickness”.


Jose saramago eseu despre orbire girl with the dark glasses is a former part-time prostitute who is struck blind while with a customer. It is one of his most famous.

He is also the main architect of the failed attack on the ward of hoodlums hoarding the food rations. The doctor’s wife is the de facto leader of their small group, although in the end she often serves their disabled needs. When the ward of hoodlums begins to demand that the women sleep with them in order to be fed, the first blind man’s wife volunteers to go, in solidarity with the others. This stage version was adapted and directed by Joe Tantalo. The film opened the Cannes Film Festival. Once inside, she joins the small group of people who were contaminated at the doctor’s office.

The film opened the Cannes Film Festival. He is called the dog of tears because he became attached to the group when he licked the tears off the face of the doctor’s wife.

Once inside, she also joins the first ward with the doctor and the doctor’s wife.

After the first blind man was struck blind in traffic, a car thief brought him home and, subsequently stole his car. My Early Learning Library Opposites.

Few definite identifiers of culture are given, which contributes an element of timelessness and universality to the novel. Given the characters’ blindness, some of these names seem ironic “the boy with the squint” or “the girl with the dark glasses”. The city afflicted by the blindness is never named, nor the country specified. He brings with him a portable transistor radio that allows the internees to listen to the news. Once the group escapes the quarantine, the old man becomes the lover of the girl with the dark glasses.


He is brought to the quarantine without his mother and soon falls in with the group in the first ward. He is among the first to be quarantined along with his wife. While inside, she also takes care of the boy with the squint, whose mother is nowhere to be found. The church, with all its saintly images, is likely of the Catholic variety. When the car thief gropes her on the way to the lavatory, she kicks him — giving him a wound from which he will eventually die.

The doctor’s wife is the only character in the entire novel who does not lose her sight. Criminals jose saramago eseu despre orbire the physically powerful prey upon the weak, hoarding the meager food orvire and committing prbire acts.


Much of this really comes from his wife not having gone blind; she is able to see what is going on on the ward and relay this to her husband. All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from November Articles with permanently dead external links Articles containing Portuguese-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from April At this point she is interned with the rest of the afflicted.

Additionally, he is the second in command to the man with the gun in the ward of hoodlums. When the doctor’s wife kills the man with the gun, the blind accountant takes the gun and tries to seize control but he is unable to rally support.

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