Casanova In London

From `History of My Life' by Giacomo Casanova.

Adapted by Penny Leicester and read by Jack Klaff.

In the 1760s, an infamous Italian came visiting.In the 1760s, an infamous Italian came visiting, sought business, attended soirees, met women - but all would end in disaster.

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From `History of My Life' by Giacomo Casanova.

Adapted by Penny Leicester and read by Jack Klaff.

In the 1760s, an infamous Italian came visiting.In the 1760s, an infamous Italian came visiting, sought business, attended soirees, met women - but all would end in disaster.

In the 1760s, an infamous Italian came visiting, sought business, attended soirées, met women - but all would end in disaster.

It's the 1760s, and an infamous Italian seeks business and meets women.

Giacomo Casvanova in his own words, read by Jack Klaff.

Jack Klaff reads.

It's the 1760s, and an infamous Italian is seeking business - and women.

Giacomo Casanova in his own words, read by Jack Klaff.

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Giacomo Casanova.

Scourge or delight? In his own words, he describes life with his mistress Pauline.

A cautionary tale taken from the book 'History Of My Life' by Giacomo Casanova.

The renowned Italian romancer describes life with his mistress Pauline.

Giacomo Casanova's own words, read by Jack Klaff.

Jack Klaff reads.

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Taken from the book 'History Of My Life' by Giacomo Casanova.

The latin lover smells a rat with a friend's wife.

In the 1760's, an infamous Italian came visiting.

Is he in love or debt? Giacomo Casanova's own words, read by Jack Klaff.

Is he in love or debt? Jack Klaff reads

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An infamous Italian came visiting, sought business, attended soirées, met women - but all would end in disaster.

Has the infamous lover met his match? It certainly looks that way.

Giacomo Casanova in his own words, read by Jack Klaff.

Jack Klaff reads.

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Casanova came visiting.

He sought business, attended soirees, met women - but all would end in disaster.

You'll never listen to the Sailor's Hornpipe the same way when you hear this.

Giacomo Casanova's own words, read by Jack Klaff.

The womaniser loses his cool - and dancing the hornpipe as never before.

Giacomo Casanova in his own words.

Read by Jack Klaff.