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  Robert Greene - MSN Encarta
Robert Greene (born in Los Angeles in May 14, 1959) is a Jewish American author known for his books on strategy, power, sex and seduction.
Robert Greene (1558?-1592), English dramatist and prose writer, born in Norwich and educated at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
The autobiographical Greene's Groatsworth of Wit Bought with a Million of Repentance, which has an alleged allusion to Shakespeare as an “upstart crow,” and The Repentance of Robert Greene, Master of Arts were written in 1592.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761567210/Robert_Greene.html   (259 words)

 Robert Greene - Biography
Best-selling author and public speaker, Robert Greene was born in Los Angeles.
Greene has lived in London, Paris and Barcelona; he speaks several languages and has worked as a translator.
Greene and Elffers became partners and in 1998, The 48 Laws of Power was born.
www.author-robertgreene.com /bio/index.html   (304 words)

 Barnes & Noble.com - Books: The Art of Seduction, by Robert Greene, Paperback, Reprint
Robert Greene once again identifies the rules of a timeless, amoral game and explores how to cast a spell, break down resistance, and, ultimately, compel a target to surrender.
Author Robert Greene's observations on how to seduce (that is, persuade) are bordered with quotations from authors, philosophers and lovers, all offering entertaining support.
Robert Green’s 48 Laws of Power is probably in the CEO offices of half the Fortune 500.
search.barnesandnoble.com /The-Art-of-Seduction/Robert-Greene/e/9780142001196   (5251 words)

  ROBERT GREENE (c. 1560... - Online Information article about ROBERT GREENE (c. 1560...
The experiences of the Roberto of Greene's Groat'sworth of Wit (1592) are even more palpably the experiences of the author himself, though they are possibly overdrawn—for a born rhetorician exaggerates everything, even his own sins.
Collins has pointed out, Greene, except in the two pamphlets written just before his death, never refers to his having written plays; and before 1592 his contemporaries are equally silent as to his labours as a playwright.
While Greene cannot have thought himself capable of surpassing Marlowe as a tragic poet, he very probably wished to outdo him in " business, " and to equal him in the rant which was sure to bring down at least part of the house.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /GRA_GUI/GREENE_ROBERT_c_1560_1592_.html   (4005 words)

  Robert Greene (author) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Greene was born in Los Angeles in 1959.
In 1995 Greene was involved in the planning and creation of the art school Fabrica outside Venice, Italy, where he began a collaboration with the New York book packager and designer Joost Elffers.
Greene lives in Los Angeles; he is currently working on a theater project and also on a third book.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robert_Greene_(author)   (234 words)

 Robert Greene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Greene, MA, BA (1558 – September 3, 1592) was an English playwright, poet, pamphleteer, and prose writer.
Greene was an older contemporary of William Shakespeare, and some scholars speculate that Shakespeare got his start as a playwright rewriting some of Greene's plays.
Greene's colorful and irresponsible character have led some, for example Stephen Greenblatt, to speculate that Greene may have served as the model for Shakespeare's Falstaff.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robert_Greene   (529 words)

 §4. Robert Greene’s Social Pamphlets. XVI. London and the Development of Popular Literature. Vol. 4. Prose ...
Four years later, Robert Greene changed the current of prose literature, discarding all the canons of euphuism by which he himself had made his reputation.
Greene, always in search of variety, revived the medieval dialogue, presented the public with A Disputation betweene a Hee Conny-catcher and a Shee Conny-catcher, in which the interlocutors discuss the comparative merits of male and female with a view to theft and flmail.
Greene represented a fairly numerous class of men whom an undiscriminating study of Latin and Italian poetry led to the hiding of debauchery under an appearance of art and culture.
www.bartleby.com /214/1604.html   (1139 words)

 Background on Robert Greene   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Greene, in whose literary life the spirit of zealous emulation was a predominant motive, at once started in quest of similar laurels for himself.
Greene proved by his first narrative essay that while clever enough to reproduce any vein betokening originality, he was also himself original enough not to depend altogether upon the whim or fashion of a season.
Moreover, Greene had a sureness of tact which not unfrequently accompanies rapidity of workmanship; and thus while in his eagerness to please his public he followed his exemplars with facile flexibility, he was also too quickwitted to fall into the favourite fault of an imitator and exaggerate their peculiarities.
www.sourcetext.com /sourcebook/essays/greene/greene1.htm   (1098 words)

 Judyth Piazza chats with Robert Greene, Author of the 33 Strategies of War
Robert Greene’s groundbreaking guides, The 48 Laws of Power and The Art of Seduction, espouse profound, timeless lessons from the events of history to help readers vanquish an enemy or ensnare an unsuspecting victim.
Structured in Greene’s trademark style, The 33 Strategies of War is the I-Ching of conflict, the contemporary companion to Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.
Best-selling author and public speaker, Greene was born in Los Angeles.
thesop.org /index.php?article=9305   (410 words)

 Robert Greene The 33 Strategies Of War
Listen is as I interview Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws Of Power, The Art of Seduction and The 33 Strategies of War.
Robert is an expert who is classically trained and well studied in all aspects of power, seduction and war.
If at any time you want to do a search on any of the ideas Robert is talking about, simply use this Google search box and a separate window will open with the results allowing you to continue to listen to Robert as he talks.
www.boldapproach.com /33strategiescall   (227 words)

 Lifeboat Foundation Bios: Robert Greene
Robert has lived in London, Paris, and Barcelona; he speaks several languages and has worked as a translator.
Watch Author Robert Greene discusses "The 48 Laws of Power".
Radio Is War, and Interview with Robert Greene.
lifeboat.com /ex/bios.robert.greene   (311 words)

 Dr.Robert Greene MD, FACOG - Home
"Knowledge is power, and Dr. Greene's lastest book arms women everywhere with the power to take charge of their pregnancies by understanding the profound role hormones play throughout this remarkable process.
Finally, a book that debunks common pregnancy myths, offers cutting-edge medical and scientific advice from a leading expert and gives a practical and easy-to-follow plan to obtain optimal health during one of the most intense times of a woman's life.
Greene is available to speak on a variety of topics related to hormones and hormone imbalance.
www.robertgreenemd.com   (535 words)

 IMG Speakers Bureau - Robert Greene - Best-Selling Author, The 48 Laws of Power & The Art of Seduction
Best-selling author and public speaker, Robert Greene was born in Los Angeles.
Greene and Elffers became partners and in 1998, The 48 Laws of Power was born.
In 2001, Greene's second book, The Art of Seduction, is more than a sequel to The 48 Laws, it is both a handbook on how to wield the ultimate form of power and a detailed look at the greatest seducers in history.
www.imgspeakers.com /speakers/robert_greene.aspx   (397 words)

 Robert Ewell Greene
Robert Ewell Greene, a second generation Washingtonian is a biologist and historian.
Greene is a 1955 graduate of Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri, with a BS degree in Zoology.
Greene is the author of 25 published books, of which 19 are in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.
www.lumoalumni-washdc.org /GREENE.htm   (202 words)

 Robert Greene
Greene had taken up the cudgels provided by the Harvey brothers on their intervention in the Marprelate controversy, and made an attack (immediately suppressed) upon Gabriel's father and family in the prose tract A Quip for an Upstart Courtier, or a Quaint Dispute between Velvet Breeches and Cloth Breeches (1592).
In Greene's Never too Late (1590), announced as a "Powder of Experience: sent to all youthfull gentlemen" for their benefit, the hero, Francesco, is in all probability intended for Greene himself, the sequel or second part is, however, pure fiction.
While Greene cannot have thought himself capable of surpassing Marlowe as a tragic poet, he very probably wished to outdo him in business, and to equal him in the rant which was sure to bring down at least part of the house.
www.nndb.com /people/146/000095858   (2128 words)

 The Morning News - Birnbaum v. Brian Greene, by Robert Birnbaum
Cosmologist/physicist Brian Greene has degrees from Harvard and Oxford and currently teaches at Columbia University where he is a professor of physics and mathematics and co-director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics.
Greene has lectured both technically and generally in over 25 countries and is recognized for a number of groundbreaking discoveries in superstring theory (the theory that’s discussed and explained in the conversation that follows).
Robert Birnbaum is editor-at-large of Identitytheory.com and is fruitlessly working on the 48th revision of the title of his memoir, now entitled One Paw Clapping; Life with Rosie, the Dalai Labrador.
www.themorningnews.org /archives/personalities/birnbaum_v_brian_greene.php   (6557 words)

 About the Author
Greene has lived in London, Paris and Barcelona; he speaks several languages and has worked as a translator.
Greene's second book, The Art of Seduction, is more than a sequel to The 48 Laws; it is both a handbook on how to wield the ulimate form of power, and a detailted look at the greatest seducers in history.
Greene is also a playwright; he is currently working on a theater project and his third book.
www.seducersworld.com /aboutauthor.html   (201 words)

 The Presidency of George Bush
Greene's is the first book to make use of the entire range of literature on the forty-first president--including the Bush Papers at the George Bush Presidential Library at Texas AandM University--and draws on key interviews with members of his administration and with George Bush himself.
Greene is particularly insightful on Bush the person, depicting the president as a man of patience and prudence who placed great value on loyalty and who was better at managing crises than he was the day-to-day demands of the presidency.
JOHN ROBERT GREENE is professor of history and communications at Cazenovia College and author of The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford.
www.kansaspress.ku.edu /grebus.html   (383 words)

 Membes' News
Author: Robert A. Greene, M.D., and Leah Feldon
Greene explains that hormones play a role in every aspect of your health, from quality-of-life issues to the onset of certain diseases, and he shows how righting your hormonal balance can bring about sweeping improvements to your overall health.
Robert A. Greene, M.D. is one of the country's leading hormone specialists, a world-renowned brain researcher, and founder of Specialty Care for Women, a medical clinic in Redding, California, specializing in women's hormones.
www.sanmiguelauthors.com /membernews.htm   (955 words)

 ROBERT GREENE - LoveToKnow Article on ROBERT GREENE   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But, though Greenes style copies the balanced oscillation, and his diction the ornateness (including the proverbial philosophy) of Lyly, he contrives to interest by the matter as well as to attract attention by the manner of his narratives.
He was certainly joint author with Thomas Lodge of the curious drama called A Looking Glasse for London and England (acted in 1592 and printed in 1594)a dramatic apologue conveying to the living generation of Englishmen the warning of Ninevehs corruption and prophesied doom.
Greenes dramatic works and poems were edited by Alexander Dyce in 1831 with a life of the author.
www.1911ency.org /G/GR/GREENE_ROBERT.htm   (3737 words)

 Amazon.ca: Art Of Seduction: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In Part 1, Greene, again paired with "packager" Joost Elffers (Play with Your Food), offers a straight-faced description of the nine types of seductive character, from the "Ideal Lover" to the "Rake." Elffers's contribution comes in the form of numerous quotes by famous contemporary and historical figures tucked into the side margins.
Greene is so serious and his following cultlike, as he hosts and sponsors a website-- seducersworld-- from which I was just recently "banned" due to posting two (2) oppositional posts to his "teachings".
Not surprisingly the author makes it clear that not everyone can be seduced in this way, that you need to find someone who has some large hole in their character ready to be exploited.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0142001198   (1845 words)

 Betty Ford
John Robert Greene traces Betty Ford’s problems and triumphs from her childhood through her husband’s entire political career, including his controversial presidency, which thrust her into an unrelenting media spotlight.
Contrasting the sometimes harsh assessments of historians with the respect in which she continues to be held, Greene examines Betty Ford’s outspoken opinions on abortion and women’s rights and suggests that her views hampered Gerald Ford’s ability to forge a coalition within the GOP and may well have been a factor in his presidential defeat.
Greene concludes that, while Gerald Ford wanted to restore an aura of honesty to the presidency, in many ways it was his wife who accomplished this instead.
www.kansaspress.ku.edu /grebet.html   (501 words)

 Author of "The 48 Laws of Power"
As Machiavelli once said, "It is far better to be feared than loved if you cannot be both." Achieve that principle with "The 48 Laws of Power," a book literally jam-packed with historical, philosophical and practical advice on how to gain power and keep it.
Author Robert Greene discusses his book and shares more insights into gaining power.
Tonight we are chatting with Robert Greene, author of “The 48 Laws of Power.” NetCafeLive is presented by Borders, Inc. and Talk City, Inc.
www.liveworld.com /transcripts/borders/12-14-2000.1-1.html   (684 words)

 The Oxford Authorship Site
Internal evidence in the tracts suggests that ‘Robert Greene’ was a pen-name of Oxford’s from 1580 to 1592.
In Greene's Groatsworth Of Wit, Robert Greene's imminent demise was announced, and Oxford's new pen-name, William Shakespeare, was introduced in the well known passage:
Disbelief that an embittered Robert Greene was the real author of Groatsworth has been expressed from the moment the tract was printed, as evidenced by the fact that Nashe defended himself against rumours that he was the author in an epistle to the second edition of Pierce Penilesse (1592):
www.oxford-shakespeare.com /groatsworth.html   (240 words)

 Descendants of Robert Coleman, Greene County, Alabama [ALGenWeb]
He married Mary Rountree and died in 1824, being buried at Grassdale in sight of the Coleman-Bank house said to be the oldest frame house in Greene County.
Settled in Greene County, AL where he brought his two sons John Coleman, settled in Greene County Wiley Coleman, Settled in Bibb County.
They were descended from Robert Coleman of Nansemond County, Virginia, and his sons or grandsons, William Coleman and Robert Coleman.
magnolia.cyriv.com /GreeneAlgenweb/Surnames/Coleman.asp   (1082 words)

 Something You Should Know Program Transcript -Establishing Personal Power
Robert Greene, author of the book, The 48 Laws Of Power
And then you also want to make them, if you can, come to your tertian, you want to bring them to your office or to a place where you are comfortable with and where they're necessarily not comfortable with.
Your words rarely convince people of something because everybody has their prejudges, everybody believes that they know what the truth is. So you never ever really have anything to gain by arguing with people because even if they'd say they agree with you eventually they'll take action against you.
www.somethingyoushouldknow.net /transcript11_05_04.htm   (318 words)

 Amazon.ca: 48 Laws Of Power: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Greene and Elffers wrote a book that should be read with a yellow highlighter (like I did).
The authors' use of observances and transgressions of the laws of power will have you thinking back to the times you succeeded or failed in harvesting power.
Greene suggests, real, sustainable power comes from within--it cannot be had be had through the manipulation of external conditions, i.e.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0140280197   (1144 words)

 Amazon.com: The 48 Laws of Power: Robert Greene: Books
Greene and Elffers have created an heir to Machiavelli's Prince, espousing principles such as, everyone wants more power; emotions, including love, are detrimental; deceit and manipulation are life's paramount tools.
Anyone striving for psychological health will be put off at the start, but the authors counter, saying "honesty is indeed a power strategy," and "genuinely innocent people may still be playing for power." Amoral or immoral, this compendium aims to guide those who embrace power as a ruthless game, and will entertain the rest.
Elffers's layout (he is identified as the co-conceiver and designer in the press release) is stylish, with short epigrams set in red at the margins.
www.amazon.com /48-Laws-Power-Robert-Greene/dp/0140280197   (774 words)

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