Adams, Robert M. (Ed.) : University of California-Los Angeles
Robert M. Adams is Professor of English Emeritus, University of California at Los Angeles. A Columbia Ph.D., he has also taught at Wisconsin, Rutgers, and Cornell. He is the author of many books, including Ikon: John Milton and the Modern Critics, Strains of Discord, Surface and Symbol, The Land and Literature of England, and Shakespeare--The Four Romances. He has edited six other Norton Critical Editions, including Utopia by Sir Thomas More, Candide by Voltaire, and The Praise of Folly and Other Writings by Erasmus, the texts of which he also translated. He is a contributing editor of The Norton Anthology of English Literature.
Machiavelli, Niccolò (Ed.) :
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Historical Introduction Translator's Note
The Text of The Prince
Map: North Central Italy in Machiavelli's Time MACHIAVELLI THE WORKING DIPLOMAT Niccolò Machiavelli · [The Legation to Cesare Borgia] MACHIAVELLI THE DEMOCRAT Niccolò Machiavelli · From Discourses on the First Ten Books of Titus Livius MACHIAVELLI THE MORALIST Niccolò Machiavelli · The Exhortation to Penitence MACHIAVELLI THE CORRESPONDENT Niccolò Machiavelli · From His Private Letters MACHIAVELLI THE POET Niccolò Machiavelli · From Carnival Songs · On Occasion · The Death of Piero Soderini
J. R. Hale · The Setting of The Prince: 1513-1514 Felix Gilbert · [Fortune, Necessity, Virtù] Ernst Cassirer · Implications of the New Theory of the State Sheldon S. Wolin · [The Economy of Violence] Federico Chabod · Machiavelli's Method and Style J. H. Whitfield · [Big Words, Exact Meanings] Isaiah Berlin · The Question of Machiavelli Robert M. Adams · The Rise, Proliferation, and Degradation of Machiavellism: An Outline
Friedrich Nietzsche · [Morals as Fossilized Violence] Pasquale Villari · [Learning Diplomacy the Hard Way] Francesco Guicciardini · From Ricordi Traiano Boccalini · From News Bulletins from Parnassus Norman Douglas · From South Wind Robert M. Adams · Necessitá/Fortuna Epigrams, Maxims, and Observations from the Machiavellians Tuscan Sayings
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