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The two political classics in this book are the product of a time of intense turmoil in Chinese history Dating from the Period of the Warring States 403 221BC they anticipate Machiavelli's The Prince by nearly 2000 years The Art of. The Art of War was an interesting read I just couldn t finish the second part of this specific edition which is The Book of Lord Shang so am just skipping that

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The Art of WarThe Book Of Lord Shang Wordsworth Classics of World Literature Wordsworth Classics of World Literature

War is the best known of a considerable body of Chinese works on the subject It analyses the nature of war and reveals how victory may be ensured The Book of Lord Shang is a political treatise for the instruction of rulers These tex. For all of the hype said about the Art of War i must say i was reasonably disappointed However if you take the time in which the book was originally wrote into consideration then i guess its a must readThe Art of War itself as other reviewers have wrote i would also give 3 stars and even the Book of Lord Shang isn t too bad However what is bad and in my opinion ruins the book is the commentary and introduction I usually enjoy reading these parts of books as i get a modern day experts opinion on the topics So in conclusion the Art of War and the Book of Lord Shang are ok but the introduction and commentary and awful So if your thinking about getting this book i would advise either simply not reading the introduction and the commentary or get a different edition

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Ts are anything but armchair strategy or ivory tower speculation They are serious urgent and practical responses to the desperate situations in which they were written They have been immensely influential both inside and outside Chi. A classic written by a military adviser based during China s Period of the Warring States 403 221 BC The strategies are clear short and insightful and give one or two historic scenarios to help convey the point This advice would surely have helped win and avoid many a warEven with satellites and developed intellegence agencies of the new this advice could easily help shape the direction of today s conflicts


10 thoughts on “The Art of WarThe Book Of Lord Shang Wordsworth Classics of World Literature Wordsworth Classics of World Literature

  1. says:

    The Art of War was an interesting read I just couldn't finish the second part of this specific edition which is The Book of Lord Shang so am just skipping that

  2. says:

    Now this is what I call a true classic This book as well as The Book of Lord Shang preceded Machiavelli’s captivating masterpiece Il Principe by nearly 2000 years I have to confess that I almost completely forget Il Principe’s contents but I still remember that it was a captivating readBack to Sun TzuYes some of his advices are already outdated and cannot be applied in the modern war However the others a

  3. says:

    The greatest book of all books about war and how it's done This book contains information not only about how to fight also a psycholo

  4. says:

    For all of the hype said about the Art of War i must say i was reasonably disappointed However if you take the time in which the book was originally wrote into consideration then i guess its a must readThe Art of War itself as other reviewers have wrote i would also give 3 stars and even the Book of Lord Shang

  5. says:

    The Art of War by Sun Tzu should be mandatory reading for anyone eyeing a future in leadership of any kind The commentary second part where they give real life past and present examples and uses of Sun Tzu's princi

  6. says:

    This Edition from Wordsworth Classics is a real jackpot It contains a very good translation by Yuan Shibing of 'Art of War' by Sun Tzu a commentary on 'Art of War' by General Tao Hanzhang and another lesser known political classic 'The Book of Lord Shang' by Shang Yang translated by JJL Duyvendak all in a 242 page low priced paper back formatBoth these political classics are worth reading as they give insights into a many aspects

  7. says:

    A classic written by a military adviser based during China’s Period of the Warring States 403 221 BC The strategies are clear short and insightful and give one or two historic scenarios to help convey the point This advice would surely have helped win and avoid many a warEven with satellites and developed intellegence agencies o

  8. says:

    I started to read this book not just because it was considered a classic of ancient literature but I was curious to find out why it was a must read for all business men never mind I am not one myself The text for the art of war was wonderful and the commentary by General Tao Hanzhang was good as well It was easy to see how General Tao commentary was influenced by chinese communism and wasnt uite impartial but never th

  9. says:

    This book is comprises of two separate books The Art of War by Sun Tzu and The Book and Lord Shang by Shang Yang Both individuals ha

  10. says:

    It has been a while since I wanted to read this book I thought it would be interesting to try a new topic however I stopped it before finishi