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Robert Greene (author)
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"the chance to possess a fantasy figure," Part One: The Seductive Character: Preface.

"It will then be child's play to mislead and seduce them," Part One: The Seductive Character, Preface, p. 3.

"Finally, the...Anti-Seducer will make you aware of the opposite...the power of repulsion...At all cost you must root out any anti-seductive tendencies that you may have...you can begin to cultivate the seductive character that will bring you limitless power," Part One: The Seductive Character, Preface, p. 4.

"She represents a powerful male fantasy of a highly sexual, supremely confident, alluring female offering endless pleasure and a bit of danger," Book 1, Chapter 1: The Siren, p. 11.

"Cleopatra was hated in Rome as the Egyptian whore," Book 1, Chapter 1: The Siren, p.16.

"So while the chaperone knitted away, the duke initiated her into the rituals of libertinage," Book 1, Chapter 2: The Rake, p. 20.

"D'Annunzio would craft slogans for the audience...

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