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Casanova Food Quotes

Giovanni Giacomo, Casanova de Seingalt (1725-1798) was famous for his romantic adventures. However at age 73 the Prince of Ligne described him as:

"at 73, no longer a god in the garden or a satyr in the forest, he is a wolf at table."




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