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The Art of Seduction - Chapter 14: Confuse Desire and Reality-The Perfect Illusion Chapter 15: Isolate the Victim Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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Chapter 14: Confuse Desire and Reality-The Perfect Illusion Chapter 15: Isolate the Victim Summary and Analysis

This is another section where the tone continues to shift into instruction of the readers. The style is still rooted in stories. Greene continues his trend of playing upon reader's silent admiration of high society by recounting tales of seduction amidst the top of the economic hierarchy. Robert Greene continues to use third person narrative.

The best illusions are grounded in a certain amount of truth. Having a hearty dose of fact at the root of the deceptions used in seduction is very helpful in bringing to life the intimately related fantasies that keep them going.

This is the very first chapter in the book in which there is a complex hoax, or at least, the only case in which the...

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