The Prince - Hardcover New Edition
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|About the Author||Niccolò Machiavelli (1469 1527) Was An Italian Philosopher, Humanist, And Writer Based In Florence During The Renaissance. He Is One Of The Main Founders Of Modern Political Science. He Was A Diplomat, Political Philosopher, Playwright, And A Civil Servant Of The Florentine Republic. He Also Wrote Comedies, Carnival Songs, Poetry, And Some Of The Most Well-Known Personal Correspondence In The Italian Language. His Position In The Regime Of Florence As Secretary To The Second Chancery Of The Republic Of Florence Lasted From 1498 To 1512, The Period In Which The De' Medici Were Not In Power. Machiavelli's Most Well-Known Writing Was, However, After This Period, During The Time When The De' Medici Recovered Power, And Machiavelli Was Removed From All Positions Of Responsibility. --This Text Refers To An Out Of Print Or Unavailable Edition Of This Title.|
|Author 1||Niccolo Machiavelli|
|Edition Number||New Edition|
|Editorial Review||"A Superb Translation; With An Excellent, Sensible Introduction."--Michael Altschul, Case Western Reserve University "Bondanella's 'Introduction' Is Excellent; Also, The Fine Translation Offers Much For The Humanity Student."--Darlene J. Alberts, Ohio Dominican College "Every Leader In The Third World Should Read This And Be Advised By It." --Godwin C. Duru, Ohio Dominican College|
|Number of Pages||272|