The Art of Seduction

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By Robert Greene

10 min
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Understanding the art of seduction and the human behavior behind it can help you to persuade people for your best interests. By observing and identifying behaviors in yourself and in others, you will have more confidence navigating and initiating relationships, as well as attracting others to your ideas. 


About the Author

Robert Greene is an American author known for his books on strategy, power, and education. He is the author of six international bestsellers.

He grew up in Los Angeles and attended the University of California, Berkeley as well as the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned a BA in classical studies. 

He worked 80 jobs before becoming a writer. In 1995, he worked as a writer in Fabrica, an art and media school in Italy, and met a book packager named Joost Elffers. His pitch to Elffers became the book The 48 Laws of Power, which focuses on helping people who want power, observe power, or protect themselves from power. It uses the lives of strategists and historical figures such as Henry Kissinger as support. The book has sold more than 1 million copies. 

The Art of Seduction was published in 2001 and explains the nine types of seducers as well as the aspects of attraction, authenticity, storytelling, and negotiation. Green again makes use of examples from historical figures to support the psychology behind seduction.

Robert Greene writes for The New York Times., CNN, as well as other major publications.

His book The 48 Laws of Power has been known to be controversial. It’s very popular and has been referenced in songs by Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Drake. Many have described it as amoral and manipulative. 
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The Art of Seduction

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3656
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