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  • The wonderfully secure soprano Krassimira Stoyanova is the conflicted heroine, with the tenor José Bros as her former lover Chalais and Christopher Purves as her husband Chevreuse, not always sounding at home in repertoire that one doesn't generally associate with this fine baritone.

    Donizetti: Maria di Rohan – review

  • The stranger could not help smiling as he gave a visiting card to the old man, desiring him to observe that he was living at a country-house at Chevreuse; and, after pointing this out to him, he hurried away.

    The Ball at Sceaux

  • The stranger could not help smiling as he gave a visiting card to the old man, desiring him to observe that he was living at a country-house at Chevreuse; and, after pointing this out to him, he hurried away.

    The Ball at Sceaux

  • And lo! their greatest miracles were not to make us live virtuously in the world, but to tear us from it; at their command, Lavalliere robed herself in penitential sackcloth; Chevreuse and

    Women's Sphere of Influence on Civilization (1837)

  • And lo! their greatest miracles were not to make us live virtuously in the world, but to tear us from it; at their command, Lavalliere robed herself in penitential sackcloth; Chevreuse and

    Archive 2003-05-01

  • Aumale, a duchy that has passed as regularly to the House of France as Joinville and Chevreuse have to the House of Albert.

    The Guermantes Way

  • Chevreuse, I was able to discover successively hidden, as in the hospitable abode of a hermit-crab, a Guise, a Prince of Savoy, an

    The Guermantes Way

  • Tonight, or tomorrow, depending on what Fate presented in the way of opportunity, saucy and inventive Francesca of the Red Cat would vanish, and Francesca de Chevreuse, gracious and educated courtesan from Aquitaine, would appear at Casa Louise-with no way of connecting the two.

    The Shadow Of The Lion

  • The nobility of history: Chevreuse, Montmorency, Mortemart.

    The Last Great Dance on Earth

  • The nobility of history: Chevreuse, Montmorency, Mortemart.

    The Last Great Dance on Earth

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