The Art of Seduction

The Art of Seduction

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Baker & Taylor
A fascinating inside look at the nature of seduction uses a vast array of sources, from Freud and Nietzsche to Cleopatra and Josephine Bonaparte, to uncover the truth about this important feature of the human animal.

Baker
& Taylor

Offers advice on how to conduct a successful seduction by discussing different character types and strategies and providing examples of seductive persons from history and literature.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Viking, 2001.
ISBN: 9780670891924
0670891924
9780142001196
0142001198
0670811924
Characteristics: xxv, 467 p. ; 24 cm.

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runningbeard
Jul 16, 2016

For the psychopath in every family!

black_dog_4723 Jul 07, 2015

Great read!

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JoseRaez
Nov 03, 2012

This is a great that will teach anyone how to seduce people, with the following caveats: a) the seducer should be confident enough to approach and seduce the target; and b) the target should have insecurities and not be happy with himself/herself as a person. Emotionally stable or balanced people (people who are happy with themselves) cannot be easily seduced. Also the teachings in this book are aimed at creating a slow but long-lasting feeling of seduction and infatuation. If you just want to pick up someone at a bar for a one-night stand, then don’t bother reading this book. If you have a rigid set of moral values, then don’t bother reading this book, as it may be offensive to you. This book is all about manipulation.

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