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The Art of Seduction - The Star Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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The Star Summary and Analysis

Once again, Robert Greene points up to us how true it is that seduction is equally effective upon members of the same 'sex', that is biological gender, as it is with members of the opposite sex—even with the powers of attraction that arise from sexual maturity and attraction. The most startling and impressive sample provided in this chapter is the knowledge that the great and notorious Casanova was himself utterly seduced by another man with whom he was never even intimate, but had only met once: Count Saint-Germain, who claimed to be an alchemist of the highest order, but Greene tells us is best appreciated for being impressive, beautiful, artistic and profoundly mysterious.

These kind of people are better known to the modern mind and experience as celebrities. People who are able to give millions the feeling...

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