Aus meinem Leben (Reclam Taschenbuch). von Giacomo Girolamo Casanova Chevalier de Seingalt, Roger Willemsen, et al. Giacomo Casanovas foreldre, Zanetta Farussi og Gaetano Casanova, var skuespillere. Hans mor lot ham studere. Han ble deretter abbé, men gikk snart til. Giacomo Girolamo Casanova war ein venezianischer Schriftsteller und Abenteurer des Jahrhunderts, bekannt durch die Schilderungen zahlreicher Liebschaften. Er gilt bis heute als Inbegriff des Frauenhelden. Schon im Jahrhundert tauchte die.
Geschichte meines Lebens (Giacomo Casanova)Giacomo Casanova - sein Name gilt als Chiffre für Liebe, Laster und Verführungskunst. Doch würde man ihm nicht gerecht, wollte man ihn allein auf seine. Giacomo Girolamo Casanova war ein venezianischer Schriftsteller und Abenteurer des Jahrhunderts, bekannt durch die Schilderungen zahlreicher Liebschaften. Er gilt bis heute als Inbegriff des Frauenhelden. Schon im Jahrhundert tauchte die. Giacomo Girolamo Casanova kommt am 2. April zur Welt. Seine Eltern sind Schauspieler, doch er träumt von einer Karriere als Mediziner.
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He sold the rest of his belongings and secured another mission to Holland to distance himself from his troubles. This time, however, his mission failed and he fled to Cologne , then Stuttgart in the spring of , where he lost the rest of his fortune.
He was yet again arrested for his debts, but managed to escape to Switzerland. Weary of his wanton life, Casanova visited the monastery of Einsiedeln and considered the simple, scholarly life of a monk.
He returned to his hotel to think on the decision, only to encounter a new object of desire, and reverting to his old instincts, all thoughts of a monk's life were quickly forgotten.
In , Casanova started styling himself the Chevalier de Seingalt, a name he would increasingly use for the rest of his life.
Casanova traveled to England in , hoping to sell his idea of a state lottery to English officials. He wrote of the English, "the people have a special character, common to the whole nation, which makes them think they are superior to everyone else.
It is a belief shared by all nations, each thinking itself the best. And they are all right. While working the political angles, he also spent much time in the bedroom, as was his habit.
As a means to find females for his pleasure, not being able to speak English, he put an advertisement in the newspaper to let an apartment to the "right" person.
He interviewed many young women, choosing one "Mistress Pauline" who suited him well. Soon, he established himself in her apartment and seduced her.
These and other liaisons, however, left him weak with venereal disease and he left England broke and ill. He went on to the Austrian Netherlands , recovered, and then for the next three years, traveled all over Europe, covering about 4, miles by coach over rough roads, and going as far as Moscow and Saint Petersburg the average daily coach trip being about 30 miles.
Again, his principal goal was to sell his lottery scheme to other governments and repeat the great success he had with the French government, but a meeting with Frederick the Great bore no fruit and in the surrounding German lands, the same result.
Not lacking either connections or confidence, Casanova went to Russia and met with Catherine the Great , but she flatly turned down the lottery idea.
In , he was expelled from Warsaw following a pistol duel with Colonel Franciszek Ksawery Branicki over an Italian actress, a lady friend of theirs.
Both duelists were wounded, Casanova on the left hand. The hand recovered on its own, after Casanova refused the recommendation of doctors that it be amputated.
He tried his usual approach, leaning on well-placed contacts often Freemasons , wining and dining with nobles of influence, and finally arranging an audience with the local monarch, in this case Charles III.
When no doors opened for him, however, he could only roam across Spain, with little to show for it.
In Barcelona, he escaped assassination and landed in jail for 6 weeks. His Spanish adventure a failure, he returned to France briefly, then to Italy.
In Rome, Casanova had to prepare a way for his return to Venice. While waiting for supporters to gain him legal entry into Venice, Casanova began his modern Tuscan-Italian translation of the Iliad , his History of the Troubles in Poland , and a comic play.
To ingratiate himself with the Venetian authorities, Casanova did some commercial spying for them. After months without a recall, however, he wrote a letter of appeal directly to the Inquisitors.
At last, he received his long-sought permission and burst into tears upon reading "We, Inquisitors of State, for reasons known to us, give Giacomo Casanova a free safe-conduct So is our will.
At first, his return to Venice was a cordial one and he was a celebrity. Even the Inquisitors wanted to hear how he had escaped from their prison.
Of his three bachelor patrons, however, only Dandolo was still alive and Casanova was invited back to live with him. He received a small stipend from Dandolo and hoped to live from his writings, but that was not enough.
He reluctantly became a spy again for Venice, paid by piece work , reporting on religion, morals, and commerce, most of it based on gossip and rumor he picked up from social contacts.
No financial opportunities of interest came about and few doors opened for him in society as in the past. At age 49, the years of reckless living and the thousands of miles of travel had taken their toll.
Casanova's smallpox scars, sunken cheeks, and hook nose became all the more noticeable. His easygoing manner was now more guarded. Prince Charles de Ligne , a friend and uncle of his future employer , described him around He would be a good-looking man if he were not ugly; he is tall and built like Hercules, but of an African tint; eyes full of life and fire, but touchy, wary, rancorous—and this gives him a ferocious air.
It is easier to put him in a rage than to make him gay. He laughs little, but makes others laugh. He has a manner of saying things which reminds me of Harlequin or Figaro , and which makes them sound witty.
Venice had changed for him. Casanova now had little money for gambling, few willing females worth pursuing, and few acquaintances to enliven his dull days.
He heard of the death of his mother and, more paining, visited the deathbed of Bettina Gozzi, who had first introduced him to sex and who died in his arms.
His Iliad was published in three volumes, but to limited subscribers and yielding little money. He got into a published dispute with Voltaire over religion.
When he asked, "Suppose that you succeed in destroying superstition. With what will you replace it? When I deliver humanity from a ferocious beast which devours it, can I be asked what I shall put in its place.
In , Casanova found Francesca, an uneducated seamstress, who became his live-in lover and housekeeper, and who loved him devotedly.
Other publishing and theater ventures failed, primarily from lack of capital. In a downward spiral, Casanova was expelled again from Venice in , after writing a vicious satire poking fun at Venetian nobility.
In it, he made his only public statement that Grimani was his true father. Forced to resume his travels again, Casanova arrived in Paris, and in November met Benjamin Franklin while attending a presentation on aeronautics and the future of balloon transport.
V zadnjih letih se ga je lotil revmatizem, izgubil je zobe in lase, bil je zguban, povrh vsega je trpel tudi za putiko.
Iz Wikipedije, proste enciklopedije. Giacomo Casanova Rojstvo Giacomo Girolamo Casanova 2. For a place nicknamed La Serenissima , or serene, the Republic of Venice conjured a fair amount of unease.
Giacomo Casanova was a lover, hero, villain, seducer, rapist, peacock, and libertine. On Halloween of , Casanova pulled off one of the greatest jailbreaks in history, escaping from Venice to continue a life of unapologetic debauchery.
Not born to Venetian high-aristocracy or even respectable merchant class, he was born in April to two actors, Gaetano Casanova and Zanetta Farussi.
Wikimedia Commons The Chiesa di San Samuele, where Casanova was baptized. Being the bastard half-breed of a courtesan and a noble Venetian was much more on-brand for the educated bon vivant.
Regardless, Casanova was raised in this eclectic, bohemian family, primarily by his grandmother Marzia after his father died and his mother began touring Europe.
Giacomo Casanova was a gawky child, considered slow and prone to nosebleeds. She ferried him through the Venetian canals to the island of Murano.
She was a witch. His health improved, and in less than a month he learned to read. Nothing is harder to find than a learned man whose mind is entirely free from superstition.
Afterward, he moved to Rome, as he had been officially exiled from Venice, where he began his writing career.
One of the first things Giacomo Casanova wrote was actually just a translation of a famous work: The Iliad.
Giacomo Casanova is best known for his staggering autobiography, Histoire de ma vie The Story of My Life. The book was over 3, pages long.
He later expanded this into many parts which later had many volumes and editions. In total, there were over a dozen volumes of this work. Throughout his life, Giacomo Casanova was known to have taken many lovers.
However, he was never married. He did own a sex slave, who he bought when she was 12 and he was This was not odd for him, as many people saw him as a pervert, as he was especially interested in young women and girls, even into his later years.
With all of his lovers, it can be assumed that he fathered many children. However, if he did, then most of his children's names are not known.
Giacomo Casanova died on June 4, , in Dux, Czech Republic. Ottenne qualche risultato: infatti molti personaggi incontrati nel corso della sua vita, come Mozart [E 18] e Franklin erano massoni e alcune facilitazioni ricevute in varie occasioni sembrerebbero dovute ai benefici derivanti dal far parte di un'organizzazione ben radicata in quasi tutti i paesi europei.
Ritornato a Venezia dopo il lungo soggiorno parigino e altri viaggi a Dresda , Praga e Vienna ,  il 26 luglio , all'alba, fu arrestato e ristretto nei Piombi.
Erano insieme tribunale speciale e centrale di spionaggio. Maria degli Angeli in Murano e amante dell' ambasciatore di Francia, abate De Bernis. Tuttavia gli appoggi, di cui certamente poteva disporre nell'ambito del patriziato, lo aiutarono notevolmente, sia nell'ottenere una condanna "leggera" sia durante la reclusione, e forse addirittura ne agevolarono l'evasione.
Un primo tentativo fu vanificato da uno spostamento di cella. Si diressero velocemente verso nord. Il problema era seminare gli inseguitori: infatti la fuga gettava un'ombra sull'amministrazione della giustizia di Venezia ed era chiaro che gli Inquisitori avrebbero tentato di tutto per riacciuffare gli evasi.
Molto fantasioso, come al solito, si fece promotore di una lotteria nazionale, allo scopo di rinsaldare le finanze dello stato.
Osservava che questo era l'unico modo di far contribuire di buon grado i cittadini alla finanza pubblica. L'iniziativa venne autorizzata ufficialmente e Casanova venne nominato "Ricevitore" il 27 gennaio Nel settembre dello stesso anno, De Bernis fu nominato cardinale ; un mese dopo Casanova fu incaricato dal governo francese di una missione segreta nei Paesi Bassi.
Al suo ritorno fu coinvolto in un'intricata faccenda riguardante una gravidanza indesiderata di un'amica, la scrittrice veneziana Giustiniana Wynne.
Di madre italiana e padre inglese, Giustiniana era stata al centro dell'attenzione per la sua rovente relazione con il patrizio veneziano Andrea Memmo.
I debiti che ne derivarono lo condussero per un po' in carcere agosto Gli anni successivi furono un intenso continuo peregrinare per l'Europa.
Comunque avrei dovuto tacere, rispettarlo e dubitare dei miei giudizi. Dovevo riflettere che senza i sarcasmi che mi dispiacquero il terzo giorno, avrei trovato tutti i suoi scritti sublimi.
Questa sola riflessione avrebbe dovuto impormi il silenzio, ma un uomo in collera crede sempre di aver ragione. Durante il soggiorno presso il fratello fu ricevuto dal papa Clemente XIII.
Non che fosse un grande amore, ma evidentemente Casanova non poteva accettare di essere trattato con indifferenza da una ragazza qualsiasi.
Rifiutata sdegnosamente la proposta, Casanova si diresse verso la Russia e giunse a San Pietroburgo nel dicembre del Un po' la questione si autoalimentava, nel senso che in qualsiasi luogo si trovasse, Casanova si dava sempre un gran da fare per ottenere lettere di presentazione per la destinazione successiva.
Insomma Casanova il suo fascino lo aveva, e non lo spendeva solo con le donne. Il conte era un personaggio di rilievo alla corte del re Stanislao II Augusto Poniatowski e per uno straniero privo di qualsiasi copertura politica non era molto consigliabile contrastarlo.
Faccenda assai pericolosa, sia in caso di soccombenza sia in caso di vittoria, in quanto era facile attendersi che gli amici del conte ne avrebbero rapidamente vendicato la morte.
La buona stella sembrava avergli voltato le spalle. Si diresse a Vienna , da dove fu espulso. Pochi giorni dopo 6 novembre fu colpito da una lettre de cachet del re Luigi XV , con la quale gli veniva intimato di lasciare il paese.
Fu assistito grazie all'intervento della sua amata Henriette che, nel frattempo sposatasi e rimasta vedova, aveva conservato di lui un ottimo ricordo.
Riprese presto il suo peregrinare, recandosi a Roma ,  Napoli , Bologna , Trieste. In questo periodo si infittirono i contatti con gli Inquisitori veneziani per ottenere l'agognata grazia , che finalmente giunse il 3 settembre Per vivere, si propose agli Inquisitori come spia, proprio in favore di coloro che erano stati tanto decisi prima a condannarlo alla reclusione e poi a costringerlo a un lungo esilio.
Probabilmente qualcosa in lui si opponeva a esser causa di persecuzioni che, avendole provate in prima persona, conosceva bene.
Infatti la composizione avveniva manualmente e le tirature erano bassissime. Il nome della calle deriva dalla presenza, in tempi antichi, di falegnamerie che riducevano in tavole tole , in dialetto veneziano i tronchi d'albero.
La calle si trova nelle immediate vicinanze del Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo. Ubrzo zatim, njegovi neprijatelji okomili su se na njega.
Vratio se u svoj hotel kako bi razmislio o odluci. Godine Putovao je u Englesku O Englezima je napisao:. To je vjerovanje koje dijele sve nacije, a svaki misli o sebi najbolje i svi su oni u pravu.
Ubrzo zatim on se smjestio u njenom stanu i zaveo je. Nastavio je Austrijskoj nizozemskoj, gdje se oporavio, a zatim u naredne tri godine proputovao je cijelu Evropu.
Proputovao je oko 4. Ponovo, njegov glavni cilj bio je prodati svoj plan lutrije drugim vladama i ponoviti veliki uspjeh koji je imao s francuskom vladom.
Vratio se u Pariz nakon nekoliko mjeseci U Rimu je Casanova morao pripremiti put za svoj povratak u Veneciju.
Casanovi je bilo dozvoljeno da se vrati u Veneciju u septembru