Nitpicking: Blindness, Blood, and Milk (part 2)

In the last post I introduced José Saramago’s novel Blindness and explained the relevance of the colour white and the symbolism of milk to represent the titular blindness, especially in the first half of the novel. In this second part of my analysis, I’m going to cover the color red in connection to blood, and the overlap between milk and blood.

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