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The Memoirs of Casanova
The Memoirs of Casanova
Author: Lowell Bair, translater
excerpt: ' Greatest of all lovers, the world's most famous adulterer and seducer, Casanova's conquests ranged from nobelwomen to courtesans, pretty serving girls to respectable wives. Desired by every woman in Europe, in his lifetime Casanova's name was a whispered household word. It still stands as the surpassing symbol of amorous adventure' — T...  more »
ISBN: 48209
Pages: 373
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Vintage book, 1957. Highly interesting memoir of Gaetano Casanova, a man who lived a most extraordinary life. This man who was a gambler, charlatan, adulterer and seducer of women was also, strangely enough a student of the classics, a philosopher, mathematician, historian, dramatist and poet! His famous Memoirs is a remarkably witty chronicle of 18th century life. Translated and condensed from the original French by Lowell Bair.