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The Art of Seduction - Book 2: The Seductive Process: Chapter 18: Stir Up the Transgressive & Taboo Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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Book 2: The Seductive Process: Chapter 18: Stir Up the Transgressive & Taboo Summary and Analysis

Here is the lure of the forbidden. Often, this is a fabulous crux for the conjoining of fact and fiction. Most forbidden matters are so for good reason, though often it is all a matter of context. What is right in one place is wrong in another.

There is an allure to ideas of naughtiness and goodness, justifications of rewards and of punishments. These can be used extensively in seduction.

Greene goes on at length about the allure of transgressive behaviors within a seduction. The more limited or repressive the culture, the easier it is to harmlessly transgress, creating a kind of safe zone.

The famous poet Lord Byron, is one of the main seducers of the section. The drama of his being...

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