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The passage occurs in Chapter six, "And how can a society of blind people organize itself in order to survive, By organizing itself, to organize oneself is, in a way, to begin to have eyes." (Pp 296) From here, Saramago's emphasis is on the organization of this group of people. The focus is on working as organized group. By organizing oneself, that will work together and help each other. This will lead them to see and to help them to live as a society for their survival.
The main discussion here is how they are going to organize themselves. First they need to have a leader. The doc…
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