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Adı belirsiz bir ülkenin başkentinde seçim günü bardaktan boşanırcasına yağmur yağmaya başlayınca kimse oy atmaya gitmez Öğleden sonra yağmur durunca saat tam dörtte seçmenler sanki emir almışçasına sandıkların başına koşarlar Ama sandıklar açıldığında kullanılan oyların yüzde 83'ünün boş olduğu ortaya çıkar Bunun bozguncu bir grubun dahası uluslararası bir anarşist örgütün işi olduğunu düşünen hükümet olağanüstü hal ilan eder Yıllar önce kenti saran körlük salgınından kurtulan tek kişinin bu olayla bağlantılı olduğundan kuşkulanılır Beyaz vebanın öteki kentlere de yayılmasını önlemek için başkent abluka altına alınır bir polis komiseri suçluları bulmakla görevlendirilirNobel Edebiyat Ödülü sahibi José Saramago'nun Körlük'ten sonra kaleme aldığı Görmek demokrasinin kırılganlığı ve hükümetlerce saptırılması üstüne şaşırtıcı bir taşlama Günümüz edebiyatının üslup ustasından derin bir çağ eleştirisi


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    I chose José Saramago's Seeing as an October read because Brazil held Presidential Elections on October 5th 1st round and October 26th 2nd round since no candidate received than 50% of the valid votes the first time Brazilian voting system is similar to that of the book's unnamed place in that it is compulsory We've had the closest race ever with elected President winning by 516% against second place with 484%The book's story begins precisely on Election Day Only the race wasn't that close even though it came out without a clear winner 83% of the votes were cast as blank It's as if Saramago just read The Trial and asked himself what if people rebelled against bureaucracy for once? thus revenging K's sad fate In Brazil it is always emphasized that voting is not only an obligation but also a right I suspect the population in this story also believed that to be true Casting a ballot is your irrevocable right and no one will ever deny you that right but just as you tell children not to play with matches so we warn whole peoples of the dangers of playing with dynamite Once again Saramago proposes that we ponder on a very difficult situation in this follow up to his masterpiece Blindness Not only the blank votes could be seen as a similar pest to the inexplicable blindness that happened in his early work both are represented by the color white characters that experienced the blindness also appear in Seeing The doctor's wife the only known person who didn't go blind back then could somehow be related to this apparent insurgence? The government desperately in search of someone to blame might think so Without any sort of analysis the leaders's first reaction was to wonder whether this was a conspiracy taking place before their very own eyes Were they worried about the city in the first place that would be ok It turned out that was not the case It is an unwavering rule for those in power that when it comes to heads it is best to cut them off before they start thinking afterwards it might be too late The dialogues between the leading men in charge the fact that there wasn't any female character in the government is a sad subject that deserves a whole book about it were realistic but also disgusting to read It's just one example where we are able to witness how corruptive and addictive power can be to our race it seems to be humanity's Achilles' heel The very power that was given by the people to the government is used against them no matter what in order to be sustained But truths need to be repeated many times so that they don't poor things lapse into oblivion Another parallel to our Brazilian election was the role played by the press A couple of days before the second round the leading weekly publication in the country and one of the most influential outlets released an extra edition carrying severe complaints about one of the candidates the one who would end up winning It seems it was all manipulated and that the source for the article never uttered the bombastic words used in the headlines In Seeing the author described how the press serves the government in order to bias the public opinion and how the vehicles that try to go against it and remain impartial can suffer drastic consequences We are born and at that moment it is as if we had signed a pact for the rest of our life but a day may come when we will ask ourselves Who signed this on my behalf This is my third Saramago novel and it definitely won't be the last His witty remarks fun observations and sarcasm applied to sensitive subjects but also to daily ordinary ones that one wouldn't normally pay any attention to always make me smile and warm my heart Rating 4 white stars