Cristiane Serruya

The Modern Man

The modern state of man, his thoughts, feelings, and life are dissected by the author in a direct, sensible, and poetic style.

A contemporary text about the human anguishes and desires, needs and projects, dreams and utopias, which leads the reader to rethink his daily acts.

Foreword by Carla Francalanci, PhD by Boston University

Awards received:

Gold Medal — Literary Classics International Book Awards for Special Interest — Inspirational / Motivational, 2013;

Bronze Medal — Literary AwardsReaders' Favorite International Book Award for Short Story — Non Fiction, 2013;

Honors — Law School, PUC-RJ, 1988.
45 printed pages
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