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The Art of Seduction - The Natural Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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The Natural Summary and Analysis

This chapter follows the same formula. The author uses third person and reasonably straightforward language to describe what in this case is actually a set of different seductive characters all lumped into one category "the natural."

Robert Greene does not call these people, "the somewhat childish" in their label, but ultimately, this element comes up in this as well as some of the other seductive characters. During the description a few traits associated with childhood come up. Innocence and wonder, impishness, and undefensiveness.

The naturals come in more than one type and the author tells the readers that there is something about 'the Natural' that is either overdone or that is the wrong kind of seducer for him. Whatever the reason, Robert Greene does not like this kind of seducer as much but the good news is that he...

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