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The two fiction novels - Blindness by Jose Saramago and The Chrysalids by John Wyndham explores the way humanity excludes and punishes the different

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The two fiction novels - Blindness by Jose Saramago and The Chrysalids by John Wyndham explores the way humanity excludes and punishes the different, while showing no compassion or remorse towards them. ...read more.

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The novel Blindness is about a city that is hit with an epidemic of white blindness and it spares no one. This white blindness infects about 10 people at first. The government has to quarantine everyone that is infected to prevent it from spreading. ...read more.

Conclusion

The whole city ends up being infected with the epidemic of white blindness. This white blindness could not be prevented or avoided. Similar to Blindness, The Chrysalids is about a society in the future that does not accept any type of blasphemy and if a person doesn't appear to be exactly as God's image ...read more.

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