Leporello

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Random House, Mar 31, 2013 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Don Giovanni di Tenario, lives on in the memory of his servant Leporello. In Leporello's tale, the Don escapes his summons to Hell and master and servant travel through the courts and casinos, lodging houses and brothels of eighteenth-century Europe. Their journey ends with Don Giovanni returning to his family estates - and a terrible inheritance.
 

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Section 1
211
Section 2
340
Section 3
341
Section 4
342
Section 5
343
Section 6
344
Section 7
345
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William Palmer is the author of five novels, The Good Republic, Leporello, The Contract, The Pardon of Saint Anne and The India House, and a collection of short stories, Four Last Things. He was awarded a Travelling Scholarship by the Society of Authors in 1997. A book of poems, The Island Rescue, won the Collection Prize at the Listowel Writers' Week festival in Ireland in 2006. He reviews regularly for the Independent and other journals. He lives in south-west London.

http://www.williampalmer.info/

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