The Art of Seduction
From the creators of the phenomenal bestseller The 48 Laws of Power, a mesmerizing handbook on seduction: the most subtle and effective form of power
When raised to the level of art, seduction, an indirect and subtle form of power, has toppled empires, won elections and enslaved great minds. Discover who you, or your pursuer, most resembles.
Immerse yourself in the twenty-four maneuvers and strategies of the seductive process, the ritual by which a seducer gains mastery over his target. Understand how to "Choose the Right Victim," "Appear to Be an Object of Desire," and "Confuse Desire and Reality." Every bit as essential as The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction is an indispensable primer of persuasion that reveals one of history's greatest weapons and the ultimate form of power.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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AWSOMEUser Review - Negra - Borders
This book is incredible....anyone can follow it. It gives awsome examples on how to be more observant and more confident about yourself. Robert Greene really shows the vulnerability that you can see in anyone. Read full review
The Art of SeductionUser Review - catsterg - Overstock.com
This book was absolutely amazing and easily flowed for a fast read although the book is thick...It was entertaining as well as informative and literally keeps seducing you into reading page after page. I will definitely reconmmend this book to anyone. Read full review
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Poeticize Your Presence
Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability
Confuse Desire and RealityThe Perfect Illusion
Isolate the Victim
Effect a Regression
Stir Up the Transgressive and Taboo
Use Spiritual Lures
Part Two the Seductive process
Create a False Sense of SecurityApproach Indirectly
Appear to Be an Object of Desire Create Triangles
Master the Art of Insinuation
Keep Them in SuspenseWhat Comes Next?
Pay Attention to Detail
Mix Pleasure with Pain
Give Them Space to FallThe Pursuer Is Pursued
Use Physical Lures
Master the Art of the Bold Move
Beware the Aftereffects