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A CavernaRi din tata n fiu traieste si iubeste in umbra Centrului o constructie menita sa le asigure oamenilor fascinati de ea absolut totul de la produse de consum pina la „senzatii naturale” muscatura gerului mingiierea soarelui ba chiar sentimentul de a se gasi in pestera din mitul platonic model restrins al unei lumi in care intoarcem spatele real.

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Itatii privind halucinantele umbre deformate aruncate pe un zid Ca si in romanele anterioare ale scriitorului portughez in Pestera se confrunta doua universuri distincte unul aflat intr un rapid proces de disparitie si altul care creste si se multiplica asemenea unui joc de oglinzi confruntare ce reflecta criza sfirsitului de secol si de mileniu.

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review » A Caverna ´ [Reading] ➷ A Caverna By José Saramago – Srl-ltd.co.uk Traducere din limba portugheza de Mioara Caragea O familie de mestesugari olari din tata n fiu traieste si iubeste in umbra Centrului o constructie menita sa le asigure oamenilor fascinati de ea absol Traducere din limba portugheza de Mioara Caragea O familie de mestesugar[Reading] A Caverna By José Saramago Srl ltd.co.uk Traducere din limba portugheza de Mioara Caragea O familie de mestesugari olari din tata n fiu traieste si iubeste in umbra Centrului o constructie menita sa le asigure oamenilor fascinati de ea absol Traducere din limba portugheza de Mioara Caragea O familie de mestesugari ola.

review » A Caverna José Saramago is one of the most important international writers of the last hundred years Born in Portugal in he was in his sixties when he came to prominence as a writer with the publication of Baltasar and Blimunda A huge body of work followed translated into than forty languages and in he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature Saramago died in June .

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  • Jim Fonseca

    review » A Caverna A CavernaSaramago sets this story in a dystopia but it is not far off in the future – we almost live in it now The Center is where the well off live It’s a massive single 50 story building with apartments galleria malls museums and Disneyland areas Every kind of experience imaginable is offered including all sports such as skiing and “environmental rooms” where you can experience sunny beaches rain and blizzards Around the Center are rings of slums industrial factories and factory farms in greenhousesIt’s a big brother dystopia Security guards and video cameras are everywhere and any unusual behavior gets you noticed and perhaps “written up” by the guards When you drive outside the Center you are stopped by guards “checking your documents” Becaus


  • BlackOxford

    review » A Caverna A CavernaMaking Words VisibleA love story for the elderly A Lovecraftian fantasy A documentary about craft pottery making A family saga of Portuguese modernity Well ac


  • s.penkevich

    review » A Caverna A Caverna‘ It is not only great works of art that are born out of suffering and doubt’Do we allow ourselves to be tricked into substituting simple pleasures and convenience for authentic reality Do we willingly allow ourselves to be submissive pawns in a game of corporate and political control Nobel Laureate José Saramago’s The Cave is an enlightening examination of Plato’s allegory of the cave as he depicts a natural world shrinking away as the cheap plastic reign of a compartmentalized authoritative control casts its shadow across the land The Cave chronicles the struggles and strife of the kind hearted Algor family who find themselves in a difficult place when the powerful capital city The Center ceases purchasing their hand crafted pottery choosing instead to stock their shelves with plastic dining sets that are cheaper to mass produce and are bound by a contract forbidding any dealer to the Center past or present from selling to anyone else Saramago harnesses his marvelous poet


  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    review » A Caverna A CavernaA Caverna The Cave José SaramagoThe Cave is a novel by Portuguese author José Saramago It was published in Portuguese in 2000 and in English in 2002 The story concerns an elderly potter named Cipriano Algor his daughter Marta and his son in law Marçal One day the Center literally the center of commerce in the story cancels its order for Cipriano's pottery leaving the elderly potter's future in doubt He and Marta decide to try their hand at making clay figurines and astonishingly the Center places an order for hundreds But j


  • Kalliope

    review » A Caverna A CavernaThe reading of some novels feels like streaming down a fast river with the story pushing your slim canoe along the waters The unfolding of the plot as it presents and avoids the obstacles provides the seductive excitement Driven by curiosity reading the river engulfs you with its roll


  • Jenna

    review » A Caverna A CavernaThis is the dangerous thing about appearances when they deceive us it’s always for the worse The Cave is a strangely mesmerizing book I have no idea why I liked it as much as I did It was not enjoyable to read


  • Ivan

    review » A Caverna A CavernaSo far one of my favorite Saramago's books with maybe just a notch bellow Cain


  • Weinz

    review » A Caverna A CavernaBeware Brilliance abounds between the pages of this bookThe way Saramago paints his characters leads you in two directions You are able to identify with their desires fears and insecurities while at the same time


  • Lisa

    review » A Caverna A Caverna The Cave is a tender novel about the love between a father his daughter son in law and dog whose simple way of life is threatened by The Center It is also a scathing indictment of consumer culture Like the prisoners in Plato's cave the


  • Bettie

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