José Saramago: Todos los nombres (LVI) - La
La HoraJosé Saramago: Todos los nombres (LVI)La HoraAl final, sin fin, soportar don José la separación afectiva, ya menos distante, con lo desconocido… La rotura previsible del vínculo con nadie; esa unión de uno solo, sin otro, otra… Un desenlace nada convencional con más lazos (incluido el hilo de ...
Posted on 3 October 2017 | 10:07 am
The Unknown Island; After the
The GuardianThe Unknown Island; After the Rehearsal/Persona review – a voyage of discoveryThe GuardianMcDougall and Clare Slater have adapted a short story by the Portuguese writer José Saramago. Told in the manner of a fairytale, it speaks of new starts, new love and the need for human beings to face out towards the world. It features an obstructive ...
Posted on 1 October 2017 | 12:00 am
A collection of scattered memories - OTHERS
The HinduA collection of scattered memories - OTHERS - The HinduThe HinduThis year's eclectic Aadyam spread can certainly not be faulted in terms of its curation. From a stage adaptation of José Saramago's sprawling novel on a ...and more »
Posted on 29 September 2017 | 9:07 pm
A collection of scattered memories - The
The HinduA collection of scattered memoriesThe HinduThis year's eclectic Aadyam spread can certainly not be faulted in terms of its curation. From a stage adaptation of José Saramago's sprawling novel on a pachyderm's peregrinations across Europe to an all-time Bertolt Brecht classic with pacifist ...
Posted on 28 September 2017 | 8:53 am
Quand José Saramago, le Prix Nobel de
LibérationQuand José Saramago, le Prix Nobel de Littérature 1998, inspire les géographesLibérationLa une du Libé des géographes sur la situation en Espagne à quelques jours du référendum sur l'indépendance de la Catalogne semble faire un étonnant clin d'œil au roman de José Saramago paru en 1986, A janganda de pedra (Le radeau de pierre).
Posted on 28 September 2017 | 5:13 am
Their Library: Stornoway
Literary influences explored... Stornoway have always been slightly mis-cast. Caught up in the 'nu-folk' media furore, the band's songwriting – deftly assured, neatly poetic – always stood apart from this trend. Now operating alongside Cooking Vinyl, sessions for the group's new album 'Bonxie' betray a growing maturity. Out on Monday (April 13th) 'Bonxie' has a rare depth to its execution ...
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 4:57 am
Abstract ideas by Jose Saramago fleshed out
A group of risk-loving Pittsburgh artists are collaborating to transform a Nobel prize-winning novel into a piece of dramatic art. Quantum Theatre founder and artistic ...
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 7:08 pm
Quantum Theatre drafts collaborator Barbara
All the Names to be staged in the old North Side Carnegie Library by Bill O'Driscoll Ever since she staged Knives in Hens in the Mattress Factory's basement, in 1998, Quantum Theatre's Karla Boos has considered the North Side museum's founder, Barbara Luderowski, a mentor. Seventeen years later, the two are collaborating on Quantum's new show — an immersive adaptation of Portuguese novelist José ...
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 3:12 am
Former book-prize boss sentence cut
(ANSA) - Turin, March 17 - One of Italy's best-known intellectuals and the former president of the prestigious Grinzane Cavour book prize on Tuesday had a 2013 conviction for embezzlement of public funds cut on appeal from 14 and a half years to eight years and three months in prison.
Posted on 17 March 2015 | 8:37 am
Slavoj Žižek: Ayn Rand’s Tea Party lie
This paradox was rendered palpable in the autumn 2013 shutdown of the U.S. state apparatus. What was this shutdown really about? In the middle of April 2009, I was taking a rest in a hotel room in Syracuse, N.Y., jumping between two channels: a PBS ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 8:00 pm
Blind date: Scene of the crime
Leanna: I was coming from work, so I changed and was on my way. Helder: I had more time than I expected, so I found a spot and read a bit of Jose Saramago’s novel Blindness. Leanna: We ended up getting to the restaurant at the same time. Helder ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 2:02 pm
NoFit State Circus' visually-stunning Bianco
According to the director, the production was partly inspired by a novel by Jose Saramago called The Elephant's Journey, whose main character Subrho means bianco in her native Italian, and white in English. She described the protagonist as "very humble and ...
Posted on 14 August 2015 | 1:38 am
Colour Blind or Just Blind
Jose Saramago wrote a novel translated as The Stone Raft, published in 1986. It appeared in English in 1994. The story is quite remarkable if simple. One day it appears that the entire Iberian peninsula—for the “geographically challenged”, that is ...
Posted on 11 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Book review: ‘Skylight’ by Jose Saramago
“The journey never ends,” José Saramago once wrote. “Only travelers end.” We may proclaim the voyage over, but we know in our hearts it isn’t true. There will always be the need to see all we’ve never seen; see again what we saw before; see in ...
Posted on 22 December 2014 | 6:56 am
Saramago's body taken to Portugal for
The body of Nobel-winning Portuguese novelist Jose Saramago arrived in his homeland Saturday for a funeral to be held in downtown Lisbon.
Posted on 19 June 2010 | 4:34 am
Nobel-winning Portuguese novelist Saramago
Jose Saramago, who became the first Portuguese-language winner of the Nobel Literature prize although his popularity at home was dampened by his unflinching support for Communism, blunt manner and sometimes difficult prose style, died Friday.
Posted on 17 June 2010 | 5:34 pm
Spanish official: At least 10 dead as train runs over people crossing tracks at rail station.
Posted on 17 June 2010 | 3:55 am
Portugal Nobelist Saramago angers Catholic
A Catholic Church official in Portugal says that comments by Nobel literature laureate Jose Saramago about the Bible are "offensive."
Posted on 19 October 2009 | 6:50 am
Resolved Question: What is the saddest book
Blindness by Jose Saramago for me..
Posted on 15 January 2014 | 11:26 pm
Resolved Question: Do you have any
I am going to write an essay about the book "blindness" but i don't know what topic is the best for it. also this assignment is very important to me because it weights a lot. the essay must be about 7-10 pages. and it is a college assignment. i will appreciate your help
Posted on 23 October 2013 | 5:51 pm
Resolved Question: Blindness by Jose
I finished reading it and I'm wondering if his writing stye (ie not clearly separating the speech of his characters, extended sentences and paragraphs) were a portugese custom or just Saramago's own unique style.
Posted on 25 August 2013 | 10:54 pm
Resolved Question: [10 POINTS BEST ANSWER,
If youve read the book or can find a website going over his style of writing in Blindness, that'd be awesome and I will give you 10 points asap, PLUS answer /do anything you'd like on Yahoo Answers.
Posted on 1 April 2013 | 9:39 am
Resolved Question: Jose Saramago for
What would you consider his top 3 essential reads, I'm really intrested in him and I want to know what his most famous novels are.
I know this is objective but generally speaking what do you consider the uttermost essential ?
Posted on 26 December 2012 | 12:25 am