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The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova, Volume 2

Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798)

1. 01 - Episode 6, Chapter 1
2. 02 - Episode 6, Chapter 2
3. 03 - Episode 6, Chapter 3
4. 04 - Episode 6, Chapter 4
5. 05 - Episode 6, Chapter 5
6. 06 - Episode 6, Chapter 6 part 1
7. 07 - Episode 6, Chapter 6 part 2
8. 08 - Episode 6, Chapter 7 part 1
9. 09 - Episode 6, Chapter 7 part 2
10. 10 - Episode 6, Chapter 8 part 1
11. 11 - Episode 6, Chapter 8 part 2
12. 12 - Episode 6, Chapter 9 part 1
13. 13 - Episode 6, Chapter 9 part 2
14. 14 - Episode 7, Chapter 10
15. 15 - Episode 7, Chapter 11
16. 16 - Episode 7, Chapter 12
17. 17 - Episode 7, Chapter 13
18. 18 - Episode 7, Chapter 14
19. 19 - Episode 7, Chapter 15
20. 20 - Episode 8, Chapter 16
21. 21 - Episode 8, Chapter 17
22. 22 - Episode 8, Chapter 18
23. 23 - Episode 8, Chapter 19 part 1
24. 24 - Episode 8, Chapter 19 part 2
25. 25 - Episode 8, Chapter 20
26. 26 - Episode 9, Chapter 21
27. 27 - Episode 9, Chapter 22 part 1
28. 28 - Episode 9, Chapter 22 part 2
29. 29 - Episode 9, Chapter 23
30. 30 - Episode 9, Chapter 24
31. 31 - Episode 9, Chapter 25
32. 32 - Episode 10, Chapter 26
33. 33 - Episode 10, Chapter 27 part 1
34. 34 - Episode 10, Chapter 27 part 2
35. 35 - Episode 10, Chapter 28 part 1
36. 36 - Episode 10, Chapter 28 part 2
37. 37 - Episode 10, Chapter 29
38. 38 - Episode 10, Chapter 30 part 1
39. 39 - Episode 10, Chapter 30 part 2
40. 40 - Episode 10, Chapter 31
41. 41 - Episode 10, Chapter 32 part 1
42. 42 - Episode 10, Chapter 32 part 2

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Summary

Giacomo Casanova (April 2, 1725 in Venice – June 4, 1798, in Dux, Bohemia, now Duchcov, Czech Republic) was a famous Venetian adventurer, writer, and womanizer. He used charm, guile, threats, intimidation, and aggression, when necessary, to conquer women, sometimes leaving behind children or debt. In his autobiography Histoire de ma vie (Story of My Life), regarded as one of the most authentic sources of the customs and norms of European social life during the 18th century, he mentions 122 women with whom he had sex.Although he is often associated with Don Juan because both seduced many women, Casanova is in fact very different from his fictitious counterpart. While Don Juan is a legend, Casanova is a historical character.