The Question and Answer section for Blindness is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
The basic sonnet has two different rhyme schemes. The first is the octave, and its pattern is as follows;
The second pattern is called the sestet and follows the rhyme sceme below.
The rhyme schemes in On His Blindness are a bit...
The doctor's wife is the only character in the entire novel who does not lose their sight. This phenomenon remains unexplained in the novel. Unable to leave her husband to be interned, she lies to the doctors and claims to be...
I don't know what every character represents but hopefully this helps a little,