80 Thought-Provoking Quotes By Nobel Laureate José Saramago
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José de Sousa Saramago was a famous Portuguese writer, best-known for his works such as ‘The Elephant’s Journey’, ‘The Stone Raft’, to name a few. José started his writing career in 1947 with a novel titled ‘Terra do Pecado’ (Land of Sin). In 1953, José wrote ‘Claraboia’ that was published as ‘Skylight’ in 2014. José published ‘Possible Poems’ in 1966 and ‘Probably Joy’ in 1970. José published ‘The History of the Siege of Lisbon’ in 1989 and ‘The Gospel According to Jesus Christ’ in 1991. In 1993, he published ‘In Nomine Dei’ and in 1995, José published ‘Blindness’. In 1997, he published two novels ‘All the Names’ and ‘The Tale of the Unknown Island’. From 2000 to 2008, José published eight novels ‘Children's Picture Book’, ‘The Double Seeing’, ‘Don Giovanni, or, Dissolute Acquitted’, ‘Death with Interruptions’, ‘Small Memories’, and ‘The Elephant's Journey’. He was awarded the ‘Nobel Prize In Literature’ in 1998 besides other awards and accolades. His works have been translated into approximately 25 languages and more than two million copies of his books and novels have been sold in Portugal alone. Here is a compilation of quotations and thoughts by the renowned writer whose writings emphasize human factor. Go through the famous quotes and sayings by José Saramago on writing, regrets, sincerity, soul, perception, literature, order, acceptance, books, reading, religion and life.