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  • n. Plural form of feuilleton.

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Examples

  • Simonini's principal innovation is in marketing his fabrication for a wide audience by modeling it on what were known as "feuilletons"—popular serialized novels by writers like Alexandre Dumas and Eugène Sue.

    Finding the Origin of the Vile

  • As for me, my 72-hour nightmare last week is summed-up by the title to one of Perelman's self-described feuilletons wherein reality and absurdity collide and dine together over nice hot pastrami and delicate penne al pesto ala Pisa: Pulse Rapid, Respiration Lean, No Mustard.

    Stephen J. Gertz: S.J. Perelman, Humorist, Cardiology a Specialty

  • Les feuilletons doivent être lus par petits bouts, aux cabinets.

    feuilleton - French Word-A-Day

  • Here, also, are some of the most arresting polemics and feuilletons ever written, by such masters of the genre as Ernst Fischer (whose memoir, An Opposing Man, I would propose as one of the great autobiographies of the 20th century) and Karl Kraus.

    The 2,000-Year-Old Panic

  • She regularly contributed feuilletons, travel pieces and reviews to the Polish language press in Israel and London (under the pen-names of Meta, Donna Quixote and others, as well as under her own name).

    Mina Tomkiewicz.

  • Schwarzwald published feuilletons, short stories and essays in several newspapers and journals, among them the Neue Freie Presse, Wiener Allgemeine Zeitung and Frauenblatt.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

  • One of a handful of women who made their living as Yiddish writers, Karpilove debuted in 1906, publishing dramas, feuilletons, criticism, sketches, short stories, and novellas in a variety of important Yiddish periodicals during her fifty-year career.

    Miriam Karpilove.

  • This painter, a good father and a good husband, is unable to eradicate from his heart a fatal thought, namely, that artists laugh at his work; that his name is a term of contempt in the studios; and that the feuilletons take no notice of his pictures.

    Pierre Grassou

  • The feuilletons proclaimed her the heiress of Mars.

    A Daughter of Eve

  • Wagner was roused by newspaper feuilletons that appealed to two of his strongestinstincts, the love of the pyre and the desire for revenge.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

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