'Casanova in Bolzano' Review

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Alan Cheuse reviews Casanova in Bolzano, by Hungarian novelist Sandor Marai, a book first published in 1940 about a larger-than-life character in 18th century Italy who duels a Duke and falls for a local girl.



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