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Original Skylight in the West End

It has taken almost 60 years, but a novel that the late Nobel laureate Josť Saramago submitted to a publisher in 1953 has finally been released.

Saramago, best known for his 1995 novel Blindness, won the Nobel in 1998 for what judges described as his "parables sustained by imagination, compassion and irony". But 45 years earlier, when the 31-year-old author sent the manuscript for Claraboya (Skylight) to a Portuguese publisher, he never heard back.

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José Saramago
As pequenas memórias

Born in Portugal in 1922 in the tiny village of Azinhaga, Jose Saramago was only...

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José Saramago
Blindness

A city is hit by an epidemic of sudden blindness. The authorities segregate the ...

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José Saramago
Caim

Two decades after Portuguese novelist and Nobel Laureate Jose Saramago shocked t...

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José Saramago
Claraboia

This is Saramago's first novel, written in the fifties. It was then rejected by ...

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José Saramago
Manual de pintura e caligrafia

Manual of Painting and Calligraphy was Jos Saramagos first novel. Written eight ...

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José Saramago
Skylight

Called 'the book lost and found in time' by its author, Skylight is one of Saram...

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