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The Art of Seduction - Book 2: Chapter 3 Send Mixed Signals Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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Book 2: Chapter 3 Send Mixed Signals Summary and Analysis

This part of the process can be orchestrated artificially or can come naturally if the potential victim does stir mixed feelings within the seducer. The primary example in this chapter is Madame Recamier. She was an excellent musician and a fun dancer. She was beautiful and very well dressed. She was a French society lady. Kept at a respectable distance men repeatedly swooned over her, and found her to be a delectable source of fantasy. Now, long after her death, her reputation is of a woman with a trail of romantic conquests.

Her behavior modelled how to send mixed signals. Her cool distance interspersed with keen eye contact or a sudden flirtatious gesture were enough to send men reeling. This very charming lady was adept at having this effect upon men whom she...

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