The Prince

The Prince It is better to be feared than loved if you cannot be both Experience Niccol Machiavelli s complete masterpiece The Prince in this unique blending of European and Korean sensibilities Created by cele

  • Title: The Prince
  • Author: Morim Kang Niccolò Machiavelli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It is better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be both Experience Niccol Machiavelli s complete masterpiece The Prince in this unique blending of European and Korean sensibilities Created by celebrated writer Morim Kang, this volume features over 200 pages of beautifully illustrated comics alongside Machiavelli s masterful blueprint to destroy one s enemies Afte It is better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be both Experience Niccol Machiavelli s complete masterpiece The Prince in this unique blending of European and Korean sensibilities Created by celebrated writer Morim Kang, this volume features over 200 pages of beautifully illustrated comics alongside Machiavelli s masterful blueprint to destroy one s enemies After the Medici dynasty of Florence forced Niccol Machiavelli from office, the impoverished man sought to win back their favor by writing for them the perfect instruction manual to seize and hold political power Together, Machiavelli and Morim Kang have written a volume for you Never before has learning to be ruthless been fun and easy

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    • Read all my reviews on urlphantomhiveoklikes This one was really weird. So weird in fact that I stopped after a chapter to first read the original version this book was based on. (You can find my review for Machiavelli's The Prince here ) After reading the original I came back to this story and although I understood it better now, it still wasn't working for me. Let me explain. The book is basically two parts mixed together. The first part is an English translation of the original book, not unli [...]


    • I got this book as a gift, and I have to be honest I haven't read The Prince nor I have much understanding in politics or the history of ancient govermet.I'm not sure if reading this book as a comic was a good idea without a good background or knowledge but it had a pink cat drawn in the backcover and I love cats I know it's dumb reason, but again I'm trying to be honest.Anyway, at the end of this book (which took a long time compared to other graphic novels I read) I can see that it is a good i [...]


    • This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing (no 'rithmatic!), movies, & TV. Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here. Graphic and children's reviews on the blog typically feature two or three images from the book's interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don't really do stars. To me a book is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate it three- [...]


    • Read full review at: thereadingarmchairDisclaimer: I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThe Prince by Machiavelli is a classic non-fiction book, a political discourse about how a prince should rule, what traits he should possess and how to eliminate his enemies. It's only natural that when I saw this edition I couldn't wait to find out how a book without an actual story would turn into a comic. The result proved to be quite int [...]


    • 'The Prince' by Niccolo Machiavelli with illustrations by Morim Kang takes the classic work and makes it a kind of annotated version. I've tried to read this classic before, but with this version, I finally finished it.It's a classic about ruling and politics. There is a lot of reference to history and that is where Morim Kang comes in. After each chapter there is a graphic novel summary of the events that Machiavelli talks about. The art isn't the best, but it works and even adds a little humor [...]


    • What turns out to be a brave failure, the idea to make a manga-styled juvenile adaptation of Machiavelli. I say manga, even when the illustration is very much more clear line, but it has the trappings of warping faces to shrink levels of detail, and the typical smaller, un-bubbled speech to mimic muttering, asides, etc. The problems are many, still – the original text, which will it appears never be translated very well, and always comes across as dry, formal and boring (and yes, I have read a [...]


    • I had often heard of Machiavelli's book The Prince but never had a desire to read it. When I had an opportunity to read it in graphic novel form, I jumped at it.This is a hard book to review which is why it gets 3 stars. I want to start out by saying I appreciate Morim Kang's work. The book is well put together. The graphics are colorful and easy to look at. The style would appeal to all ages.However, The Prince is horribly boring. I couldn't read it all. There are things about it that would hav [...]


    • From Netgalley in exchange for review: Sadly this just did not work for me, I love The Prince, it is an excellent book, especially if you are a fan of political intrigue, but the art just was not to my liking. Since I was reading this version mostly for the art, I was sad that it was not a style I like.


    • This graphic novel is a great way to break into The Prince, with the original text being supplemented with historical context and elaboration on the numerous examples Machiavelli uses. The translation is a little shoddy, but as a whole, it's an original and successful take on a classic.


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