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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 Alexandre Dumas p��re 1836

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

    War and Peace 2003

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

    The Gay Cockade Temple Bailey

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

    The Hosts of the Air 1890

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

    The Hosts of the Air 1890

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

    The Hosts of the Air 1890

  • None other was as lovely as her Mademoiselle Julie.

    The Hosts of the Air 1890

  • 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 1890

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

    The Hosts of the Air 1890

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

    The Hosts of the Air 1890


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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