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Casanova and the women he loved
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|Series||Little blue book ;, no. 976|
|LC Classifications||AC1 .L8 no. 976|
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|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2004564110|
The only women he complained about were English prostitutes but that was apparently because of the language barrier. Casanova has been played by Heath Ledger, Donald Sutherland, Vincent Price and 4/5. For Casanova, there were so many oysters in the world, so many women with whom to share oysters, and so many ways in which to do so. He writes, “We amused ourselves with eating oysters after the Author: Mei Chin.
Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (/ ˌ k æ s ə ˈ n oʊ v ə, ˌ k æ z ə-/, Italian: [ˈdʒaːkomo dʒiˈrɔːlamo kazaˈnɔːva, kasa-]; 2 April – 4 June ) was an Italian adventurer and author from the Republic of Venice. His autobiography, Histoire de ma vie (Story of My Life), is regarded as one of the most authentic sources of the customs and norms of European social life during Born: 2 April , Venice, Republic of Venice (now Italy). Dr. Gabe Mirkin. Casanova is defined in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as “a man who is a promiscuous and unscrupulous lover.” Near the end of his life in the s, he wrote a volume, 3,page autobiography claiming that he slept with at least women and some men, including nobility, servants, and : Gabe Mirkin.
During Carnival in , after one of Casanova’s friends suggested it would be “a good joke,” Casanova and seven other men abducted and raped a woman, he wrote in his memoirs. According to Casanova, she loved it. Her husband filed a complaint to the authorities, who offered a reward of ducats for information on the assailants. ''I have loved women to a frenzy,'' the 18th-century writer and adventurer Giacomo Casanova wrote in his huge memoir, ''History of My Life.'' And indeed he did.
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To those he truly loved, he was the perfect lover―thoughtful, generous, and imaginative. To others he could be ruthless, selfish, and dishonest. Judith Summers's exuberant and candidly erotic biography reveals how Giacomo Casanova, a sickly son of Venetian actors, went on to transcend the rigid social boundaries of the eighteenth century to keep company with kings and beguile beautiful women/5(7).
Casanova's Women renders a vivid flesh-and-blood portrait of the famed philanderer, clearing away the myth while illuminating the lives of the women who have too long languished in the shadows.
The eighteenth-century Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova used his magnetic personality to talk his way into the beds of more than two hundred women/5(7). Offers an unconventional view of Casanova as a benevolent lover of women, an ardent believer in the Enlightment, who grew from a sickly Venetian infant, abandoned by his actress mother, to become a spirited voluptuary Read more Read less The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more/5(7).
Parts of the book are so mired in the history of Casanova's reputation that at parts of the book it seems he is just picking random ladies out of the crowd. The ladies in question don't really develop much of a character Judith Summers does a great job trying to figure out the infamous Lothario for much of the book/5.
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To those he truly loved, he was the perfect lover thoughtful, generous, and imaginative. To others he could be ruthless, selfish, and dishonest. Judith Summers's exuberant and candidly erotic biography reveals how Giacomo Casanova, a sickly son of Venetian actors, went on to transcend the rigid social boundaries of the eighteenth century to 3/5(1).
Casanova's Women: The Great Seducer and the Women He Loved - Judith Summers - Google Books Eighteenth-century Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova 3/5(1). Casanova unveiled: new edition of his book reveals the man who loved liberty as much as women Bored and exiled in the pine forests of rural Bohemia, far from the cities and the women he had loved.
In Casanova: The Man Who Really Loved Women, Lydia Flem, a Belgian psychoanalyst and critic, wants to add the word 'feminist' to this list. The author of two previous books on Freud, Flem glowingly outlines Casanova's life in 18th century Venice in an effort to prove that he is not only one of history's most valiant and colorful characters but Pages: He did mark the end of his youth by his less then successful trip to London but in his own retelling of his life, the older Casanova seems to view his younger self with such affection and amusement that the full tired-of-life element of this book doesnt really ring true/5.
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Lydia Flem’s book “Casanova: The Man Who Really Loved Women,” is far more provocative on Casanova’s fascinating psychology and offers. Casanova and the Faceless Woman, by Olivier Barde-Cabuçon (translated by Louise Rogers LaLaurie), is crime fiction set in and around Paris and the Palace of Versailles a few decades before the French Revolution.
Its protagonist is Volnay, a serious young man living in frivolous, dangerous times/5. Casanova: Giovani Giacomo Girolamo Casanova was born in Venice in in a house near the theater where both of his parents worked as is no evidence to support Casanova's later claim that his real father was the owner of the theater, a Venetian nobleman.
His parents often toured with travelling stage productions, so little Giovani was raised almost entirely by his maternal. Buy Casanova's Women: The Great Seducer and the Women He Loved New edition by Summers, Judith (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(5). Decades later Casanova would carry on a correspondence with the now widowed Henriette and although he would not see her again, he continued to love the woman he could not have. Leonilda was the love child of Casanova and Donna Lucrezia, raised as legitimate by her family.
In Casanova, noted author Ian Kelly traces the life of Giacomo Casanova, a man whose very name is synonymous with sensuality, seduction and sexual Casanova was more than just a great lover.
A businessman, diplomat, spy, and philosopher, he authored more than twenty books, including a translation of The ant to many infamous charactersincluding/5. Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova was history's most famous seducer who talked his way into the beds of more than women. Charming, brilliant and devastatingly attractive, this womaniser could also be ruthless, cruel, selfish and dishonest.The eighteenth-century Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova used his charisma to talk his way into the beds of more than two hundred women, and turned his name into a synonym for seduction.
This work looks at history's most famous seducer from a female perspective, throwing light on a .Casanova's women: the great seducer and the women he loved. [Judith Summers] -- "The eighteenth-century Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova used his charisma to talk his way into the beds of more than two hundred women and turned his name into a synonym for seduction.