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The Art of Seduction - Book 2: Chapter 6: Master the Art of Insinuation Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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Book 2: Chapter 6: Master the Art of Insinuation Summary and Analysis

Robert Greene tells readers that even though "Josephine" was the last word on Napoleon's lips, he still attempted to create a union with the Russian czar that would have included a divorce from Josephine so that he could replace her with a Russian wife for political purposes. He suggested to the Czar that one reason was that he wished to have children and he and Josephine had not created any together.

Insinuation and suggestion are the key aspects of seduction that the author shares with the readers here. The tone continues to be cheerful. By now the reader has grown accustomed to a sort of tabloid voyeurism, in that every model used is historical and famous. Meanwhile, Greene continues to provide education through example, with yet another almost erotic...

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