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Casanova or the Ambulant Bordello

From 1734 till 1797 Casanova had covered over 67000 km in his carriage, visiting most of the European countries. He was exiled from some, imprisoned in the others, staying nowhere for more than a year. And it is perhaps for this reason … Continue reading

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Sad Day In the Life of A Nymphomaniac

From Casanova on, generations of Art critics and historians fantasized about this drawing of Francois Boucher. Who is she? One of the girls from Parc-aux-Cerfs, the nympho-harem of Louis XV? It had even been published under the title of Louise O’Murphie! The were others who voted for … Continue reading

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