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Casanova: the scandalous libertine who seduced his own daughter

5 January 2019

9:00 AM

5 January 2019

9:00 AM

This monumental unabridged audio production of Casanova’s memoir The Story of My Life in three volumes covers his first 49 years. He was born in 1725 into a struggling theatre family in Venice, the carnival centre of Europe, and masks, masquerades and music were so much in Casanova’s blood that a glorious, effervescent theatricality lights up these 125 hours.

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