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With the subtitle, "A philosophical divagation about the evil banality of daily acts", the author dedicates herself to dissect a few hours of a man's thoughts, feelings and life.
Awarded with Honors by the Law School, PUC RJ. This work was originally published in Portuguese, in 1988. Translated by the author herself in 2013, reviewed by Edward M Wolfe in 2015.
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"...few write about it like Cristiane Serruya. ... A very interesting read!"- Maria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
"...The Modern Man is very short and you wouldn't even need half an hour to read it, but you'll need time to think about it,to ask yourself how relevant the issues raised in the text are for your own life. The Modern Man is a powerful, beautifully written text and reflects on the current state of many people. Like the man in the story, most people won't be aware of their robot-like existence unless they're forced to think about it. ... The story ends with a glimmer of hope, hope for individuals' souls and hope for mankind." - Kim Asini For Readers' Favorite
Cristiane Serruya is Brazilian and lives in Rio de Janeiro, with her husband and two teenage daughters.
She has studied in England, France, Italy, and Switzerland and graduated in Law, with a Master’s in Business Law and a BA in Fine Arts.
In 2012, she published her first romance, and is proud of the awards her novels have received.
She still works as a lawyer, but writing has become an essential part of her life, and a fulfilling adventure, as it allows her to make friends all over the world.
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Amazon Page: http://j.mp/CrisSer
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