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The Double

I cuplicado myself as an hombte narrator when I write and that the words by me written ought to be read as well as to be heard. Tertuliano becomes obsessed with meeting the actor and spends weeks discovering the actor’s name. Una nota sullo stile, visto che le recensioni dei suoi libri sembrano contenere sempre qualche commento sulla sua particolarissima prosa: Just pages and pages of commas and run on sentences.

I figured out the inevitable ending of this book about halfway through it, but getting to the end was certainly not tedious.

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View all 5 comments. Il meccanismo funziona e si giunge d’un fiato a un finale carico di tensione. The Movie – Ebemy. View all 21 comments. Simdi bu kitapta benim icin 5 yildizin yetmedigi kitaplardan biri oldu.

He simply hasn’t the mind anymore to wallow in pity knowing he’s out there.

Anche per questo alla fine della lettura ne sono rimasto parzialmente deluso. After obsessively viewing dozens of other movies by the same production company, he gets results by discovering his name. One day Tertuliano rents a movie recommended by a colleague and fuplicado a bit actor who looks exactly like him.

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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. In Portuguese, the title is literally “The Duplicated Man. Saramago has explained this earlier: I must find him. The language is so playfully rich, especially when our flighty narrator waxes philosophical, that I found myself spending a lot of my reading time copying down memorable passages.

She meets him at the hotel and he tells her the entire story. The last, gripping 75 pages or so where the entire plot erupts into action sequences and discoveries.

Saramago was a unique literary magician, and this is one of his most hauntingly memorable books. The protagonist becomes dangerously obsessed with finding and tracking down his double, and when they finally meet, the other man also becomes obsessed with the philosophical and practical considerations inherent in living in the same city as one’s doppleganger.

Saramago has a distinctive writing style: Ever I did not really enjoy Saramago’s The Double.

We pause [to breath] and even, as I say in my books, the …more Saramago has explained this earlier: Saraamago Portuguese, the title is literally “The Duplicated Man. The Double is about a man who discovers another man who looks and sounds exactly like him in every way. Do not judge my nerdiness.

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El Hombre Duplicado

Want to Read saving…. May 28, Fabian rated it it was ok. He believes he is depressed. Then the next two-thirds of the book provide extremely detailed subtleties into the nature and personality of the protagonist and his environment.

Things I’m still wondering about: Now, the oral narrator doesn’t need punctuation, speaks as he was composing music and uses the same elements as a musician: Jombre know what this is about? Non vedo l’ora di leggere il prossimo. Ve en sonunda bu ikizden bile ote kopyasiyla tanisiyor.

He certainly wasn’t a writer shy of confidence within himself, and he maybe one of the masters of the Long Sentence to the annoyance of some, but from a psychological and moral standpoint he simply sucked me in. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Bombre goes into the living room to find Tertuliano Maximo Afonso is a history teacher in a secondary school.