Tag Archives: Teresa Imer

Quattro Minuti con Casanova: Corte del Duca Sforza

Here is the continuing saga of Casanova’s relationship with Teresa Imer. In the ┬áprevious episode of Quattro Minuti con Casanova, you got to see the Palazzo Malipiero, where Casanova played doctor with Teresa Imer, who was about seventeen at the … Continue reading

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Quattro Minuti con Casanova: Palazzo Malibran

Okay, I know it looks like I’m standing knee-deep in the Grand Canal to bring you this episode of Quattro Minuti con Casanova, but really, I’m not that dedicated. It’s just a trick of the filming. (Thanks, Jan!) This episode … Continue reading

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Sexy Casanova!

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I have a poll for you. Below, I’ve listed a number of Casanova spots that are pretty romantic or seductive or sexy or naughty. If I were to write an article on the top five … Continue reading

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Continuing with the Incest Theme….

If you’ve been following this blog or if you’ve read Seductive Venice, you know that I described Judith Summers’ theories that perhaps Casanova had a daughter with his possible half-sister Teresa Imer-Cornelys. Last week I came across more information on … Continue reading

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Featured Book: Casanova’s Women

I had hoped to add an Amazon widget to my blog and website in order to share my favorite Casanova or Venice books with readers, but alas, WordPress doesn’t support the Amazon widget. So instead, I thought I’d start an … Continue reading

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Casanova’s Bambini

It was inevitable that Casanova would father children, even though he never married. In Venice, this happened two times (at least as far as his memoirs attest to). One near miss was with Caterina Capretta, the 14-year-old daughter of a … Continue reading

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