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|Autor:||Ferreira, Ricardo Daniel Gomes|
|Editora:||Instituto Politécnico de Viseu|
|Citação:||Ferreira, Ricardo Daniel Gomes (2011). Sunflower. Millenium, 41 (julho/dezembro). Pp. 153‐163.|
|Relatório da Série N.º:||;41|
|Resumo:||Some people are born with the wish of being different: some want to be politicians to mark the History in their country, others want to be football players, others want to have an “ability” that makes them special, like flying, reading people’s minds, mind control, etc, but aren’t we perfect as we are? Normality is the only perfection in our lives, but the thirst for power prevents us from doing the right thing. Even if we have a good heart, we are always prone to corruption, so as to fulfill our thirst for power. We have the example of some politicians and other people in charge of enterprises who had power but used it for their own good, even if that meant harming people others. The short story that I present is completely original, but it’s a criticism of the corruptive influence of power. We can say that “If you want to know a man, give him power”.|
|Aparece nas colecções:||RE - Número 41 - Dezembro de 2011|
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