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This file contains quotations that are original in The Art of the Chase by Robert James Masters.



English: The Art of the Chase by Robert James Masters is a book for anyone who is single — was single — or might be single again someday. Both male and female.

“Where are all the great guys?” women wonder. For young men there is virtually no good dating and mating guide available. How could a basic instruction manual for such a crucially important topic not exist until now? So most young men are clueless when it comes to women. This book covers everything guys need to understand when trying to learn how to cope with what seems to them the mystifying world of women — and shows how it’s done.

When it is time for animals to mate, their very strong instincts kick in, and they do what is needed — without understanding why. So animals do not have the same problems that people do when it comes to mating.

Animal instinct has been much diluted in humans by civilization. However, women usually have good instincts about mating, much more so than the mostly clueless men. Women do the right thing most of the time, instinctively. But men often do the wrong thing.

But women are generally subject to the power of men, so unfortunately there is much abuse by men of their power over women — including wife beating, and even murder of women by men. Many women come to fear the very men that they expected would be their protectors.

“A man chases a woman until she catches him,” the old saying goes. So The Art of the Chase is for women also, because women are involved both as chasees and as quietly subtle chasers themselves. Fortunately for women there are also many dating guides available, from magazine articles to books.

Women’s complaints about men are heard everywhere. It’s a sign that many men do not really know what they are doing when it comes to women. Robert Graves said he'd despair if he were a girl because the supply of good women exceeds that of men who deserve them. That demonstrates the need for this book, The Art of the Chase.


The setting for this The Art of the Chase memoir is the beautiful mountain ski resort of Aspen Colorado in 1982, the peak of the Sexual Revolution. That began in 1962 with The Pill for birth control, and gained momentum during the 1970s, but was brought to a screeching halt after 1982 by AIDS.

Our story captures the spirit of those happy times — like putting joy in a bottle. You will hear the actual words spoken at the time by young people living life to the fullest and enjoying it immensely.

The era of the 1970s was a time when people had more fun than anybody is permitted to have today. A time of happiness and hedonism. James Bond with six sexual encounters per film.

But after that it’s fear of AIDS. Accusations of rape. Political correctness.

Each character in The Art of the Chase is glad that their sex life began after the start of the Sexual Revolution. That was the first time in the history of the world that people have been able to have sex with the assurance of not getting pregnant. That makes this one of the most exciting times ever to be alive. And even more exciting because it’s totally different from the way young people expected things to be when they were growing up just a few short years before. Everybody is trying to figure out what the new rules should be by groping their way forward, which makes for many humorous episodes. It’s a unique period of discovery that will never be repeated again.

Since then this exciting development has staled into something taken for granted, and become just a new somewhat boring routine.

There will never be the same sense of sexual adventure and degree of excitement again as there was during the early years of the Sexual Revolution. It will all come alive again for you in this memoir as you hear it happening and enable you to feel like you were there too.
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