The Art of War is a novel by Sun Tzu which inspired countless business, political, and military leaders. The Art of War is based on 6th Century Chinese strategies and tactics dedicated to individual aspects of warfare and survival.
Too much commentary
By Mr. Mdt
There is so much commentary that it doesn't flow well. It is also hard to tell the difference between the commentary and original text.
Dale Carnegie, Golden Deer Classics, Benjamin Franklin, Charles F. Haanel, Florence Scovel Shinn, Wallace D. Wattles, James Allen, Lao Tzu, Khalil Gibran, Orison Swett Marden, Abner Bayley, P.T. Barnum, Marcus Aurelius, Henry Thomas Hamblin, Joseph Murphy, William Crosbie Hunter, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry H. Brown, Russell H. Conwell, William Atkinson, B.F. Austin, H.A. Lewis, L.W. Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks, Sun Tzu & Samuel Smiles
Abner Bayley, B.F. Austin, Charles F. Haanel, Dale Carnegie, Douglas Fairbanks, Florence Scovel Shinn, H.A. Lewis, Henry H. Brown, Henry Thomas Hamblin, James Allen, Lao Tzu, L.W. Rogers, Orison Swett Marden, P.T. Barnum, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Russell H. Conwell, Samuel Smiles, Sun Tzu, Various Authors, Wallace D. Wattles, William Atkinson & William Crosbie Hunter
Miguel Cervantes, Golden Deer Classics, Sun Tzu, Santa Teresa de Jesús, Miguel De Unamuno, Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, Edgar Allan Poe, Honoré de Balzac, Anónimo, Charles Dickens, Alexandre Dumas, Arthur Conan Doyle, Leo Tolstoy & Aristotle