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Casanova: The Life and Loves of the World’s Most Famous Lover
Pierre DuBois (ed); Daniel Akerman (il)
Giovanni Giacomo Casanova was born in Italy in 1725 and died in 1798. He moved from city to city in Europe and frequented the courts of nobles and rulers. In 1756, Casanova was imprisoned in Venice for espionage. After his escape from prison, he wrote his memoirs, in which he recounts the story of his life and escapades in an exaggerated and flamboyant manner. He describes his countless love affairs in minute detail, and these stories won him the reputation of Europe’s greatest lover. This book is a tribute to Casanova. Testimonies from outside sources and insights into the customs and history of Casanova's Europe complete this look into the life of one of the most notorious and adventurous figures of the Renaissance. Over 100 full-color illus. Adult content.
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