Machiavelli in Hell

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Vintage Books, Jan 1, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 497 pages
7 Reviews
In this intellectual biography, de Grazia presents a new vision of Niccolo Machiavelli that evokes the great Florentine thinker's presence. After giving an engrossing account of Machiavelli's childhood and period of personal crisis that followed his imprisonment and torture, the book turns to an examination of The Prince. Photos.

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User Review  - David Yost - Goodreads

De Grazia's command and analysis of Machiavelli's canon is impressive and interesting, but the book's nontraditional structure makes this more of a slog than it needed to be. Without any preface to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Colin Williams - Goodreads

Not at all what I hoped for. I wanted context for Machiavelli's writings--I wanted to know about all the goings-on in Florence and Rome and who these French kings were who kept invading. While I do ... Read full review

Contents

IRREVERENT AND ON THE GO
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gods FRIENDS AND machiavellis
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THE HEAVENLY HOST
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