Casanova: The Life and Loves of the World's Most Famous Lover

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Astrolog Publishing House, Jan 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 168 pages
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"The romantic escapades of Casanova, the man who would risk everything for love, are detailed and remembered in this new translation of his memoirs. With the same flair and intensity with which he lived, Casanova describes his adventures as a spy, his gambling escapades, and his love affairs, which won him the reputation as Europe's greatest lover. Testimonies from outside sources and insights into the customs and history of Casanova's Europe complete this lively look into the life of one of the most notorious and adventurous figures of the Renaissance."

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Contents

Casanova Leaves Venice
14
Farewell Venice Again
22
Barbaruccia
33
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Pierre Dubois was born in the Ardennes region of France in 1945. In addition to creating a number of major encyclopedic works, he writes film and cartoon scripts and hosts a daily literary feature on French television.

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