There are - in the broadest sense - six types of lover, from sexy Seducer right through to fun-loving Fantasist and, although you could be any one of these types, you could also be a combination of two, three, four or perhaps even all six.
The Seducer likes the thrill of the chase while the Predator is the lion or lioness of loving; the Romantic may have a passion for giving chocolates and flowers while the Sensualist just loves to touch; and the Vulcan is all logic and good sense while the Fantasist drags rose-tinted dreams into reality.
As a Seducer you may well be charismatic and confident on the surface - but perhaps too much so for your own good.
What she also provides, however, is a close, illuminating analysis of each of the plays considered, which allows her to expose, for example, the petrarchistic clicht-s which survive as linguistic implements both of seduction and of paternal manipulation (in Hebbel's play), and to reveal the seducer
not only in his negative role as offender, but also in the alarming function of an 'instrument of patriarchal inquiry' (p.
a good seducer
knows that only by arranging the right setting and being in the right frame of mind can the seduction take place without stalemating into a cold awkward and unnerving situation" he writes.
The seducer is someone who for his own purposes undermines the integrity of another by encouraging the betrayal of a basic commitment.
The seducer characteristically pretends love, but his real purpose is power or lust or some other self-interested passion.
The first element to be noted is the clear distinction between seducer and victim.
He added that they called for leaving the army in the province and announced an amnesty for seven days for the seducers
of people of the province to surrender to the security forces .
The political seducers
flirt skillfully with the category of people who get burned under the sun during the summer only to produce food and who protest during the autumn and winter.
the heartless seducers, but on the complex psychology of the
Don Juan; other seducers in Western culture have not fared so well.
his fellow seducer, the aristocratic libertin Don Juan.
Where sex and seduction are invoked as analogies for the writer-text-reader relationship, especially within metafiction, the writer is often constructed as a seducer who exercises her skills and wiles to bring her target, the reader, to the point of willing surrender.
To identify reader as seducer and writer as seducee inverts conventional constructions of agency and passivity, production and consumption, femininity and masculinity, and of the sexual experience that is the ubiquitous analogy for all of these and more.