Casanova: Life & Words
This book is an anthology of 251 quotes from Giacomo Casanova and 51 facts about Giacomo Casanova. I loved, I was loved, and my health was good, I had a great deal of money, and I spent it, I was happy and I confessed it to myself. Girl who gave nothing must take nothing. Happy or miserable, life is the only blessing which man possesses. A man never argues well except when his purse is well filled It is only fools who complain. Marriage is the tomb of love. Casanova was cared for by his grandmother Marzia Baldissera while his mother toured about Europe in the theater. His father died when he was eight. Giacomo Casanova entered the University of Padua at twelve and graduated at seventeen, in 1742, with a degree in law. At the age of 21, Casanova set out to become a professional gambler. Casanova died on June 4, 1798, at age 73. His last words are said to have been "I have lived as a philosopher and I die as a Christian".
- Publication Date
- Aug 13, 2014
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Ann Kannings