Do you long to be seductive? Have a desire to be seduced? Then “let lips do what hands do” and put into practice the most enticing baubles of seduction ever written. Shakespeare and the Art of Verbal Seduction contains the Bard’s best seducing lines to cajole, charm, and even proposition the object of your desire.
Shakespeare is the master of persuasion. He induces the hardest of hearts to give up mind, body, and soul with a brilliant flash of words. Here they’re collected for you, his little miracles of language, arranged in ten strategies for every stage of a love affair, from first encounter to the full throes of passion. Never again let your desire flounder in bad come-ons. Learn the art of seduction from the greatest seducer of all time, and get what you want.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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About Wayne F. Hill
Wayne F. Hill and Cynthia J. Öttchen are Americans studying in Cambridge, England. They are the authors of Shakespeare’s Insults, Shakespeare’s Insults for Doctors, Shakespeare’s Insults for Lawyers, Shakespeare’s Insults for the Office and have created the magnetic William’s Wit… More about Wayne F. Hill
Published by Crown Archetype Dec 18, 2007| 320 Pages| ISBN 9780307421593