The Modern Man
A philosophical divagation about the evil banality of daily acts
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
All royalties generated by this book are being donated toward Doctors without Borders!
~ 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.
Praise for The Modern Man
~ "There is no lengthy discussion nor is there an attempt to explain man's nature here, but the effect is perhaps more intriguing. ...one is forced to confront one's self upon reading it." ~ 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 will need some time to think about it... It has just the perfect length to get the thoughts across and to leave the reader thinking on his or her own." ~ Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
~ "...the message you might harvest from this sensitive work will stay with you for a very long time." ~ Michael McManus for Readers' Favorite