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When you read a book with straight no-fuss storytelling style your famous bestsellers like John Grishman or Dean Koontz easily come to my mindkomiks na komiks ang dating.

But the climax cannot hold, it falls away fast after their initial inspection to confirm their identicalness same height: I am me, and I want to keep it that way. Oynadigi butun filmleri izliyor, film sirketinden turlu numaralarla adini adresini ogreniyor. I loved Saramago’s story, the way it delved deep into my consciousness, resulting in a finale that sat well with me. Talvez o melhor que li este ano.

The Double by José Saramago

The Double is about a man who discovers another man who looks and sounds exactly like him in every way. Are their fates entangled like quantum particles?

And when the manager tells me I cannot come back, well then I’ll probably just go to my car, because what a jerk. Questions of identity and how we appear to others are rendered with amazing subtlety.

El Hombre Duplicado

View all 5 comments. Just pages and pages of commas and run on sentences. His writing is powerful, confident, amazingly intricate, and sometimes almost dizzying in its profound intellectualism, and all of this comes across even in translation Saramago dupliado only in Portuguese.


It’s true that he takes the story in some unexpected directions, but that’s to be expected, it keeps you on your toes. With Blindness as the first, I can now say that Mr.

Thankfully, from my own perspective this is something that wasn’t new, as there was so much still to look forward to later in the novel, his writing style eventually didn’t bother me. 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.

The prose is well done in many sections, though awkward in others, but the story feels like a dwarf trying to fill a giant’s suit: Want to Read saving…. This section is so beautifully written, but it almost seems like he loses the story. Tertuliano becomes obsessed with meeting the actor and spends weeks discovering the actor’s name. What is with this guy and not using periods?

The Double

Jan 23, K. This might have made a fun, quirky novella, but as a full novel it hits a flat note. Paragraflar zaten sayfa suruyor Her satiri insana birseyler katabilecek kadar degerli, karamizah dolu, elle tutulup isirilabilecek yogunlukta bir edebiyat ve olaylara inanilmaz farkli bakis acilari The work in fact is replete with Saramago signatures, his digressive and unconventional narrative style that leaves you literally out of breath at times because of the never ending sentences where two speakers are distinguished only by commas.


He wants to be depressed. Having been born on the same day, they both want to know, of course, if they are destined also to die on the same day. He answers and a man on the other end of the line exclaims, “At last! One day Tertuliano rents a movie recommended by a colleague and sees a bit actor who looks exactly like him.

Jan 03, Zach rated it it was ok Shelves: Il meccanismo funziona e si giunge d’un fiato a un finale carico di tensione. Provate a riscrivere i suoi dialoghi in modo “canonico”, e vedrete annegare la voce di Yombre e i suoi personaggi in un mare di simboli superflui. Once again Saramago creates a situation in which to explore the oddness of being alive and knowing it.

If you generally don’t care for his stuff, then no way will you like this one. And after the point of no return, when the Hhombre finally meet, I loved every minute right through to it’s conclusion, it just took a while to get off the ground. Which of them, Tertuliano worriedly wonders, is the original and which the duplicate. Per molti motivi, lo consiglierei a chi volesse avvicinarsi a Saramago per la prima volta e non sapesse dove cominciare.