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His memoirs led Campagnol to a convent at the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli on Murano, where Mr. Casanova had a lover.The Venetian Nuns Who Ditched Their Habits for High Fashion|Liza Foreman|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Legendary Italian seducer Casanova is rumored to have eaten more than fifty oysters a day to boost his sexual prowess.
The Spanish star plays a sociopath in his cinematic reunion with Pedro Almodóvar—and a Casanova feline in Puss in Boots.
There have always been some people who had far more sex partners than others (historically, Casanova; today, Tiger Woods).
Bettina von Hase reports from the Ridotto, where Casanova once roamed.
Casanova, in the first chapter of his Memoirs, says that he suffered during his boyhood from the same violent hmorrhages.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first|Count Carlo Gozzi
She had turned round; her face betrayed nothing, but there was a slight quaver in her voice which no one but Casanova noticed.
Nevertheless, since money would be necessary, Casanova asked the Count for the loan of thirty gold sequins.The Historical Nights' Entertainment|Rafael Sabatini
His brow cleared when he beheld Casanova on the threshold, standing arm in arm with the girl as if in sport.
On the table, locked, lay the shabby portfolio containing Casanova's papers.
British Dictionary definitions for casanova
Word Origin and History for casanova
"man of carnal adventures, connoisseur of seduction," 1888, from Giacomo Girolamo Casanova de Seignalt (1725-1798), the infamous debaucher. His name could be Englished as Jacob Jerome Newhouse, which is somewhat less romantic.