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Il duello characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB One of the few works written in Casanova’s native Italian The Duel is an important example of the infamous Lothario’s vivid prose style Translated for the first time into English this autobiographical novel describes Casanova’s extraordinary battle with a Polish count while on the run from the Venetian authorities Having escaped from Venice’. I read this to prepare myself for Szentkuthy s Marginalia on Casanova which I m currently reading and which will inevitably influence what I write here Obviously I didn t feel like reading all 12 volumes of Casanova s memoirs and the library didn t have any abridgements so here I am Luckily this story gives a pretty good idea of Casanova s literary character and I m guessing the flavor of his work as a whole Much of the eighteenth century is present ludicrous ideas of personal honor the bizarre combination of deep respect and murderous hatred which leads doesn t it always to something like friendship highly stylized love the pan European upper class that gets to go wherever it wants and always gets a good welcome the deep divides between that upper class and everyone else and elegance everywhere you look Otherwise it s the story of a duel You ve probably read about eight billion of them so you know how it goes There is blood there is manliness there is fortitude there is bravery There is not however any obvious sign as to why Casanova was able to sleep his way through an entire continent He s still well down my list of 18th Century Men I Would Have Sex With

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Il duello characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Rprising events it precipitated with sardonic wit Casanova creates a work of thrilling adventure and inimitable literary style Giacomo Casanova was an adventurer a spy a poet and a novelist His literary reputation rests on his remarkable History of My Life which vividly records not only his exploits and adventures but the manners and morals of the d. I had to force myself to read this as 1 I don t like 18th century literature nor 2 am I fond of Italian literature But I had the book and to read something by Casanova felt like a bit of an accomplishment Surprisingly the story is highly readable and even entertaining A straightforward telling of a situation that a rogue and rascal gets himself into which ends in a duel it also was highly philosophical and moralising which I found fascinating Glad to say I ve read it

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Il duello characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB S infamous Piombi Prison Casanova was forced into exile Far from destitute however his reputation gained him entry into European society’s highest echelons Yet there he soon found himself obliged to engage in a duel over a ballerina a lady in whom neither he nor his Polish rival had the slightest interest Recounting the deadly encounter and the su. SIX WORD REVIEW Duelists respect each other before fight


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    EBOOK Il duello The Duel A Review Part IThe Duel by Giacomo Casanova It was his intention to trade a few sword thrusts in some place or another and get the business over with p 19 A nameless Venetian hinted to be the author himself flees his city after getting into some unspecified trouble and wanders through Europe eventuall

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    Download É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¿ Giacomo Casanova EBOOK Il duello Giacomo Casanova ¿ 7 Download I read this to prepare myself for Szentkuthy's 'Marginalia on Casanova' which I'm currently reading and which will inevita

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    EBOOK Il duello Giacomo Casanova ¿ 7 Download Read Il duello Okay this is my third attempt to like Casanova's writing but he's just not for me Interesting tale but too verbose

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    EBOOK Il duello This is a story adapted from Casanova's Memoirs for the Art of the Novella series published by Melville House Casanova spins a tale with a very engaging style and well turned plot which I suppose is to be expected given his reputation beyond the literary Along the way he provides pointed asides and ironic comments that draw attention to the

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    Download É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¿ Giacomo Casanova Giacomo Casanova ¿ 7 Download EBOOK Il duello SIX WORD REVIEW Duelists respect each other before fight

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    Giacomo Casanova ¿ 7 Download Download É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¿ Giacomo Casanova Read Il duello I'll begin by expressing my astonishment at how few people realize that Giacomo Casanova actually lived and that his adventures and

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    EBOOK Il duello I had to force myself to read this as 1 I don't like 18th century literature nor 2 am I fond of Italian literature But I had the book and to read something by Casanova felt like a bit of an accomplishment Surpri

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    EBOOK Il duello Giacomo Casanova ¿ 7 Download Download É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¿ Giacomo Casanova Lightly fictionalized account of Casanova not being able to keep it in his pants and getting into trouble Whoops

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    Read Il duello EBOOK Il duello Download É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¿ Giacomo Casanova I had to stop reading every 3 4 pages so I could write down a new uotation Great stuff here

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    EBOOK Il duello Giacomo Casanova ¿ 7 Download Read Il duello I have read much of Giacomo Casanova’ autobiography and at least one biography The Duel is a lot autobiography than fiction Not a big deal especially given that he make no effort to separate the un named Venetian with the initials GC from himself This is a duel he elsewhere says he himself fought The language is too stylized though consistent with that of his many volume autobiography He always has excuses for himself

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