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Robert Greene (author) Writing Styles in The Art of Seduction

Robert Greene (author)
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Perspective

The intended audience of the book is anyone and everyone interested in seduction. The work is written for an audience of adults and presumes either a university education or at least a respectable vocabulary.

The audience is offered a selection of experiences to glean from, not unlike one giant gossip column that spans history. The book makes it somehow respectable to read tabloid news by the way the author selects famous people to be used as 'case studies' to show readers what seduction is and how it works. Readers can learn how to recognize seduction, with the insinuation that there may be some possible way to protect themselves from it. Readers can also learn how to improve their own ability to seduce. The readers can select from amongst these main options to entertain themselves by reading the book, and along with entertainment, gain some education.

Tone

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