Casanoviana is a publication devoted to the study on the life, work and fortune of Giacomo Casanova and his world, continuing the tradition started in 1925 by Pages Casanoviennes, edited by Joseph Pollio and Raoul Vèze, then by Casanova Gleanings (1958-1980), edited by James Rives Childs, and by L’Intermédiaire des Casanovistes (1984-2013), edited by Helmut Watzlawick and Furio Luccichenti. Its purpose is to share news, promoting the knowledge and study of Casanova, of its time and its European and international echo through new research, cultural debates, editions of unpublished or unknown documents. A nonprofit making enterprise, it appears once a year as a booklet in limited, numbered copies. s.
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