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The Art of Seduction - The Charmer Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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The Charmer Summary and Analysis

Everyone has met charming girls and boys, women and men. Many of the world's greatest politicians are very charming. Being charming is a quality that is very useful regardless of whether one is dealing with people of the same gender or members of the opposite sex. Charm is often a combination of natural buoyancy with good manners and a bit of style.

So largely does the charmer figure in the history of the world, that we have all heard of Prince Charming. To state the obvious: the Prince is charming. Since we are exploring clichés, bear in mind the remark: "Charmed, I'm sure" as a way of acknowledging how much you realize that someone is charming.

The little fairy tale princess with her shoes and gown epitomizes girlish charm, destined to grow into a woman so commanding in...

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