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Mademoiselle Julie

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  • Penelon had still preserved the habit of calling his master's daughter "Mademoiselle Julie," and had never been able to change the name to Madame Herbault.

    The Count of Monte Cristo

  • At present he is hesitating whom to lay siege to — you or Mademoiselle Julie

    War and Peace

  • Randolph and Mademoiselle Julie fell in love with each other.

    The Gay Cockade

  • "Shall we not go there and see it, Mademoiselle Julie?"

    The Hosts of the Air

  • None other was as lovely as her Mademoiselle Julie.

    The Hosts of the Air

  • "It is a question that Mademoiselle Julie alone can answer," she said.

    The Hosts of the Air

  • He, too, is at the feet of the lovely Mademoiselle Julie.

    The Hosts of the Air

  • "He himself took Mademoiselle Julie back to Paris in the _Arrow," _ said

    The Hosts of the Air

  • "Come, Mademoiselle Julie and Mr. John," she said.

    The Hosts of the Air

  • Philip, he had done great service for Mademoiselle Julie and in the present crisis he was a tower of strength for them all.

    The Hosts of the Air

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  • "Diving into Strindberg is a descent into Hell. The Hell of class struggle and the battle between the sexes. The Hell of paranoid delirium and complete breakdown... a long day's journey into night, into the heart of darkness ..."

    From the program notes for "Mademoiselle Julie", which I saw earlier this evening.

    May 24, 2011