The Casanova Complex: Compulsive Lovers and Their Women
Trachtenberg, a recovering Casanova, takes the reader on a fascinating journey inside the Casanova complex, telling what a life of migratory sexuality is really like and who the women are that make it possible. He describes the syndrome as a true compulsive disorder, similar to alcoholism.
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Chapter Three Patterns of Desire
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