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was an outcast.In his early years, he was mostly mute - some even thought him an imbecile. Updated: Saturday, October 22 2016 7:00 AM EDT2016-10-22 11:00:15 GMT The Serbian-American inventor was an electrical, mechanical engineer, a physicist, and futurist, best known for designing the alternating current (AC) electricity supply system. But he did so much more. Updated: Wednesday, October 19 2016 7:00 AM EDT2016-10-19 11:00:23 GMT It is more than half a century since Cambridge Spy Ring members Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean fled to the Soviet Union in 1951.Even now the Cambridge traitors' activity remains a bit of a puzzle to many in England and in America. More >> It is more than half a century since Cambridge Spy Ring members Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean fled to the Soviet Union in 1951.Even now the Cambridge traitors' activity remains a bit of a puzzle to many in England and in America. Updated: Tuesday, October 11 2016 7:00 AM EDT2016-10-11 11:00:22 GMT I remember sitting in the Irish Embassy in Washington, D.C. on the evening of June 16, in the early 1990s with acrowd of invitees - mostly Irish, they seemed - for a reading of a chapter of Joyce's "Ulysses." Updated: Tuesday, October 4 2016 7:00 AM EDT2016-10-04 11:00:28 GMT Ha Jins new novel, "The Boat Rocker," is about an investigative Chinese reporter, Feng Danlin, the narrator.He works for a Chinese news agency, the Global News Agency, in New York. Updated: Tuesday, September 13 2016 7:00 AM EDT2016-09-13 11:00:22 GMT At its best, "By Gaslight"will remind you of the work of Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and Conan Doyle.It exudes an abundance of atmospherics mixed with indirection and subtle plot lines. 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Casanova: The World of a Seductive Genius ByLaurence Bergreen |Simon & Schuster 502 pages - $32.50 Langan's Book Mark: 3 of 4 Stars Giacomo Casanova (1725 1798), was more than a Venetian seducer.To his compeers in 18thcentury Europe, he was a spy, duelist, gambler, escape artist, and author of nearly one hundred novels, poems, and treatises. This according to Laurence Bergreen, American historian and author of best selling Columbus: The Four Voyages, and Marco Polo: From Venice to เสื้อคู่แนวๆ Xanadu. But first, Casanova was an outcast. In his early years, he was mostly mute: some thought him an imbecile.His father, Gaetano, a penniless dancer and actor, fell in love with his mother, a sixteen-year-oldgirl named Zanetta, in the household of Girolamo Farussi, and his wife, Marzia.Zanetta and Gaetano wed within the year, on February 27, 1724, at the Church of San Samuele. But Zanetta wasnt a stay-at-home mom.She began touring with a musical company and lived in London, Dresden and Prague, performing with her beautiful voice.She had a second child, Francesco, in 1727, her favorite.His beleaguered father Gaetano died of an abscess in his head a few years later. Readers may ask how Casanova, raised largely by his illiterate maternal grandmother, Marzia, did as much as he did with his life. Ineluctably, he made successes by rebounding from a series of hurts and slights. Our author documents what he calls Casanovas going from perceived dullard to supple trickster. He describes Casanovas acquisition of intellect.Itseemed to developwith an accompanyingsense of deception.Later generations would callhis the age of reason. I'm not so sure about that; more an age of opportunity. Giacomo himself tells a story of his pilfering a watch in an opticians studio.He writes, How enchanting to hold it seeing that no one was watching me, I seized the opportunity to slip it into my pocket: while falsely claiming he knew nothing. Anotherlater instance of Casanovas mind developing: he wrote in his diary of being unwell and being moved to Padua for treatment with a blood ailment when about ten years of age.In his journal Casanova writes, He decided that it was possible that he sun does not move, and that it is we who turn from West to East.His mother excoriates his stupidity, but a knowledgeable family friend, Signor Baffo assures him, You are right my child About being told that he was right, Casanovas wrote: The affirmation of the power of reason meant a great deal to the afflicted child: This was the first real pleasure I enjoyed in my life.And more than that, he wrote, To it alone I owe all the happiness I enjoy when I commune with myself in solitude. Clearly this epiphany meant a lot to him, if it was a bit precocious at the time.But the result seems to be that Casanova sustained similar acts of self-invention all his life, basically to help him to feel as if he were somebody. Time and again in life, Casanova overcame obstacles.For example, Casanovas inability to read was remedied by a priest, Dr. Gozzi.It was he who helped him learn while he lived with him as a student in Padua. Were told that Casanova progressed to the point that he considered the priesthood.He enrolled at the age of twelve, training and receiving his doctorate in civil and canon law at the age of sixteen.This transposition may seem incredible to us now, but Padua was a strong university from medieval times. But with puberty, Casanova realized that his sensualdisposition wasinimical to the clergy.He enjoyed the carnal life and different young girls took his interest.They began with Bettina, a young maid not so innocent, then another servant girl named Lucia with fetchingly loose hair, then a night with two young sisters, Nanetta and Marta; well you get the picture.
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Colombian Presidency/Handout via Reuters. BOGOTA Colombia delayed peace talks with Marxist ELN rebels until they free a politician held captive for six months, President Juan Manuel Santos said on Thursday, as he struggles to refloat another peace deal with FARC guerrillas after it was rejected in a plebiscite. The National Liberation Army (ELN), the nation's second-biggest insurgent group, must release Odin Sanchez to the International Committee of the Red Cross before talks can begin in Ecuador, Santos said, reiterating a condition he set months ago. The opening ceremony had been scheduled to take place in Ecuador's capital at 6 p.m. EDT (2200 GMT) but it was canceled at the last minute. The government said the talks could still go forward as early as Friday or Saturday if the rebels free Sanchez, however. The 2,000-strong ELN, considered a terrorist group by the United States and European Union, has kidnapped hundreds of people during its 52-year insurgency to raise war funds and use hostages as bargaining chips with the government. Santos won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize earlier this month for his efforts to end a conflict with the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a surprising choice given voters narrowly shunned the deal he signed with them. More than 220,000 people have been killed in Colombia's long-running armed conflict, which has pitted leftist guerrillas against right-wing paramilitary groups and the security forces. Founded by radical Catholic priests and inspired by Cuba's 1959 revolution, the ELN has been in on-and-off closed-door talks with the government since 2014 on how the two sides would conduct negotiations.