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This is hardly an ideal moment to be bringing out a biography of one of history’s greatest philanderers. In the course of his long life (he died in 1798, at 73), Giacomo Casanova was many things: seminarian, law student, alchemist, soldier, spy, informant, musician, translator, cardsharp, magician, con man, and scam artist. But he is […]

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