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Robert Greene

Robert Greene (born May 14, 1959 in Los Angeles) is an American writer. He studied Classics and Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin at Madison. After graduating, he worked in New York as an editor and journalist for several magazines, including Esquire, and as a screenwriter in Hollywood. Greene spent several years in London, Paris and Barcelona. He speaks several languages.

In 1995 Greene was involved in the planning and implementation of the Fabrika art school near Venice, where he met the New York concept and designer Joost Elffers. In the intriguing atmosphere of the Fabrika, the two recognized the timelessness of Machiavelli, and during much discussion in Venice the idea for a book on power and manipulation, a modern version of Machiavelli's princes, was born. The acquaintance between Robert and Joost turned into a business partnership, and the result was "Power - The 48 Laws of Power". The book was a bestseller both in the US and internationally, and has been translated into 24 languages. His second book, The 24 Laws of Seduction, is more than a follow-up to the 48 Laws of Power. It is both a manual on how to use the ultimate form of power and an illustrative foray into the history of the greatest seducers.

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