martes, 10 de septiembre de 2013

Death at Intervals by Jose Saramago

Death At Intervals by Jose Saramago

Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari

Saramago has always been considered a literary iconoclast. In this book he confronts all his contendors. Though, he not always provides a clear alternative.

Throughout this reading Saramago turns death -- fierce, implacabled and eternal -- to surrender to a human being. Is that why she calls herself death and not Death?

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