2 edition of Casanova"s Women found in the catalog.
October 16, 2007
by Bloomsbury USA
Written in English
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This is the archetype of the “ever-moving womanizer”. They will always keep an eye open for other women. And if Casanovas stop, they often won’t be truly happy -and will possibly cheat-. #2. The Artistic-Soul Womanizer. Life is short, might as well enjoy it. The artistic types love art and beauty. And women are part of that art and beauty. 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.
Women's fiction can have a happy ending! It can deal with upbeat, positive themes. But this article is about positivity in women's fiction! Hope, love, rising from the ashes like a phoenix and so on. One positive theme, or aspect, of women's fiction is romance, finding love. The legend of Giacomo Casanova was large in his own time and has only grown in the past two-hundred years. A mere mention of Casanova brings to mind images of adventure, intrigue and of course, seduction. Even a recent Hollywood movie (starring the late Heath Ledger) that did little justice to his real life couldn’t tarnish Casanova’s legend.
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Push past the high-minded words about giving women their voices, and "Casanova's Women" Casanovas Women book very much like a box of bonbons.
Summers has simply jumped at the opportunity to retell Casanova's life, in soap-opera style, and to linger over the more intriguing love affairs, with no juicy details omitted/5(7).
This book is by no means the most exhaustive work on Casanova (it wasn't meant to be), but is an analysis of one who saught approval of women because of his mother (she hadn't paid much attention to him).
I recommend this book. It's a good introduction on Giacomo Casanova. Read more/5(7). Buy Casanova's Women: The Great Seducer and the Women He Loved First US Edition by Summers, Judith (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. /5(5). 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 Casanovas Women book authentic sources of the customs and norms of European social life during Born: 2 AprilVenice, Republic of Venice (now Italy).
About Casanova's Women. Told from the perspective of his innumerable sexual conquests, 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. Told from the perspective of his innumerable sexual conquests, 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 Pages: Told from the perspective of his innumerable sexual conquests, Casanovas 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.
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 /5. Casanova saw women only as sex objects, even in fatherhood: “I have never been able to understand how a father could tenderly love his charming daughter without having slept with her at least once,” he wrote.
Which brings us to Leonilda, the or year-old girl Casanova met in Casanova definition is - a man known for seducing women and having many lovers. How to use Casanova in a sentence. Get this from a library.
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.
Charming. Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova was history's most famous seducer who talked his way into the beds of more than women. A priest lived in the cell right above Casanova. The priest liked to read, and the jailers were okay if the two educated prisoners exchanged books.
Casanova wrote a note, using mulberry juice for ink, and stuck it in the book’s spine. The two started writing back and forth. Casanova told the priest he planned to escape—and asked for his help. The way the book is written is very complicated to understand and follow through, but noneless is an amazing book of the story of Casanova, i only knew he was a famous seducer, but this book shows other parts of casanovas life and personality.
So much adventures, /5. Eighteenth-century Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova, history's most famous seducer, talked his way into the beds of more than women. Charming, brilliant and devastatingly attractive, the compulsive womaniser claimed to like and understand.
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In his book, A View From Above NBA basketball superstar Wilt Chamberlain claimed to have slept w different women in his life.
A shy and insecure teenager, an adult Wilt was a confident pick up artist. Some remember him as charming. Enjoy the best Giacomo Casanova Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Giacomo Casanova, Italian Celebrity, Born April 2, Share with your friends. Giacomo Casanova, ecclesiastic, writer, soldier, spy, and diplomatist, chiefly remembered as the prince of Italian adventurers and as the man who made the name Casanova synonymous with “libertine.” His autobiography, which perhaps exaggerates some of his escapades, is a splendid description of.
The elegiac atmosphere was somewhat diluted in the next room, where a book-lined wall electronically opened to reveal a dummy of Casanova dressed in 18th-century garb hunched over a desk with a quill. Casanova was born in the eldest of six children in a Venice that was alive with both vice and virtue.
He was sent away from his family at the age of 9 to a boarding house in Padua. Casanova’s mother, an actress who went on to be admired throughout Europe, wanted to focus on her theater career rather than motherhood.
Casanovas—or players or lotharios—are men who devote a large amount of their energy to bedding as many women as possible.
They are charming—they have to .Casanova synonyms, Casanova pronunciation, Casanova translation, English dictionary definition of Casanova. n. A man who seduces or attempts to seduce women as a matter of habit.