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121 examples of casanova in sentences

Hardly anyone, amongst the "faithful" and the "unfaithful," doubts the generally authentic character of its contents except the Parisian professor Casanova.

When his death had therefore falsified this prophecy, according to Casanova, the leaders of the young community found themselves obliged to submit the revelations preserved in writing or memory to a thorough revision, to add some which announced the mortality even of the last prophet, and, finally to console the disappointed faithful with the hope of Mohammed's return before the end of the world.

[Footnote 1: Paul Casanova, Mohammed et la fin du monde, Paris, 1911.

The arguments for this can hardly be weaker than those of Casanova against the authenticity of the Qorรขn.

Here, as we turn every page, we expect to meet Rosalind and Jeanie Deans, Tom Jones and Aramis, Mr. Micawber and Madame Bovary, Eugenie Grandet and Colonel Newcome, Casanova and Casablanca, Consuelo and "CAGLIOSTRO," and, if we do not meet them, we encounter new and more radiant figures, compared with whom the others are as water to wine.

He had always felt an attraction to that extraordinary eighteenth century adventurer, Cagliostro, and to-night he suddenly remembered a certain passage in Casanova's memoirs....

HOWARD, SIDNEY COE. tr. Casanova.

Casanova, a play in three acts, by Lorenzo de Azertis [pseud.]

R103659, 8Dec52, Charles E. Cartwright (A) CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO.

Casanova's escape from the Leads; an excerpt from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt, translated into English, with an introd.

Casanova's escape from the Leads; an excerpt from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt, translated into English, with an introd.

Casanova's escape from the Leads. R104433.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

R105932, 21Jan53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) Casanova and the women he loved.

Adepts in self-portraiture: Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy.

Adepts in self-portraiture: Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy.

Casanova a Venezia.

Casanova a Venezia.

Casanova loved her; with a pref. by Arthur Machen.

Casanova loved her.

Casanova loved her.

Casanova loved her.

Casanova a Venezia.

Casanova a Venezia, azione coreografica in otto quadri da Giuseppe Adami.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

Lina Elise Grey (W); 4Feb57; R185853-R185864. GRIBBLE, GEORGE DUNNING, ed. Giacomo Casanova; his life and memoirs.

SEE Berlioz, Hector. Giacomo Casanova: his life and memoirs.

MACHEN, ARTHUR, tr. Giacomo Casanova: his life and memoirs.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

Casanova's homecoming.

PAUL, EDEN, tr. Casanova's homecoming.

<pb id='357.png' /> SCHINNERER, OTTO P. Casanova's homecoming.

Casanova's homecoming.

SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO CASANOVA DE.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

Giacomo Casanova, chevalier de Seingalt.

<pb id='189.png' /> Casanova in the morning.

Casanova in the morning.

Casanova's women.

Casanova's women; eleven moments of a year ยฉ 6Mar41; A151788.

WARE, RUTH. Miss Casanova.

The Romance of Casanova.

Casanova, move over.

HOWARD, SIDNEY COE. tr. Casanova.

Casanova, a play in three acts, by Lorenzo de Azertis [pseud.]

R103659, 8Dec52, Charles E. Cartwright (A) CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO.

Casanova's escape from the Leads; an excerpt from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt, translated into English, with an introd.

Casanova's escape from the Leads; an excerpt from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt, translated into English, with an introd.

Casanova's escape from the Leads. R104433.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

SEE Smith, Lloyd E. Casanova and the women he loved.

R105932, 21Jan53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) Casanova and the women he loved.

Adepts in self-portraiture: Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy.

Adepts in self-portraiture: Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy.

Adepts in self-portraiture: Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy.

Casanova a Venezia.

Casanova a Venezia.

Casanova loved her; with a pref. by Arthur Machen.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

CASANOVA, JACQUES.

CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

Lina Elise Grey (W); 4Feb57; R185853-R185864. GRIBBLE, GEORGE DUNNING, ed. Giacomo Casanova; his life and memoirs.

SEE Berlioz, Hector. Giacomo Casanova: his life and memoirs.

MACHEN, ARTHUR, tr. Giacomo Casanova: his life and memoirs.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

Casanova's homecoming.

PAUL, EDEN, tr. Casanova's homecoming.

<pb id='357.png' /> SCHINNERER, OTTO P. Casanova's homecoming.

Casanova's homecoming.

Casanova's homecoming.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

SEE Casanova De Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

(In Collier's, Nov. 12, 1932) ยฉ 24Oct32; B169727. Lucian Cary (A); 27Oct59; R244629. CASANOVA, JACQUES.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO.

The memoirs of Jacques Casanova.

DE SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO CASANOVA.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

SEINGALT, GIACOMO GIROLAMO CASANOVA DE.

SEE Casanova de Seingalt, Giacomo Girolamo.

Giacomo Casanova, chevalier de Seingalt.

<pb id='189.png' /> Casanova in the morning.

Casanova in the morning.

Casanova's women.

Casanova's women; eleven moments of a year ยฉ 6Mar41; A151788.

Uncomfortable Casanova.

WARE, RUTH. Miss Casanova.

The Romance of Casanova.

Casanova, move over.

The Incredible Casanova: the magnificent follies of a peerless adventurer, amorist and charlatan, a biography.

CASANOVA, painter, born in London, of Venetian origin; painted landscapes and battle-pieces (1727-1806).