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  • Andrew Burton for The Wall Street Journal Two espressos at Vive La Crepe He thought RBC's espresso better than La Colombe's—which he didn't think bad, though a little too short.

    Coffee That Gives a Real Jolt

  • Among La Colombe's customers is Building on Bond, a Boerum Hill shop that is selling the Blue Forest coffee by the cup and bag, going through about 40 pounds a week for the past six weeks.

    Haitian Coffee: Brewing Again

  • Most of his time and few earnings were wasted in Colombe's "Assommoir."

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 08 — Fiction

  • Sometimes he writes a drama for the stage, such as _A Blot in the 'Scutcheon_, _Colombe's

    Outlines of English and American Literature : an Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, to the Books They Wrote, and to the Times in Which They Lived

  • Though the scene is laid in a court and the heroine is a queen, there is no bustle of political intrigue, no conflict between the rival attractions of love and power, as in Colombe's Birthday.

    Robert Browning

  • Colombe's Birthday was published in 1844 as No. 6 of the

    Robert Browning

  • _Colombe's Birthday_, again, is political as well as romantic.

    Robert Browning

  • Colombe's Birthday has a joyous ending, but the joy is very grave and earnest, and the body of the play is made up of serious pleadings and serious hopes and fears.

    Robert Browning

  • Colombe's Birthday was projected by Charles Kean in 1844, but the long delays, which were inevitable, could not be endured by Browning, who desired to print his play forthwith among the Bells and Pomegranates.

    Robert Browning

  • Her husband's play, 'Colombe's Birthday,' was produced at the Haymarket Theatre during April, with Miss Faucit (Lady Martin) in the principal part; but the poet had no share in the production, and his literary activity must have been devoted to the composition of some of the fine poems which subsequently formed the two volumes of 'Men and Women,' which appeared in 1855.

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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