I've just noticed this sad note. "Blindness" was my introduction to this writer's fascinating style. He tended to use little punctuation - even periods, which can be a burden to the punctuation inclined.
But that fact hooked my pal Dave Frauenfelder, an expert at Latin and Greek, because, as I recall, the old Greek was pretty much void of punctuation.
As it happens, I was reading the advance edition of José Saramago’s latest novel when news arrived this morning of his death at age 87.
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