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Then I picked up a French paper and proceeded to read it—all but the feuilleton.
A BOOK OF GHOSTSSABINE BARING-GOULD
It was like Jules Janin to make his own marriage the subject of a Feuilleton.
"You speak as if it were a feuilleton in the 'Figaro,'" observed the marquis.
THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
Her Russian was in Moscow, her recent tips at Auteuil had proved disastrous, her latest feuilleton had been rejected.
ZUT AND OTHER PARISIANSGUY WETMORE CARRYL
A month afterwards my signature might have been read at the foot of a feuilleton of fifteen columns.
The story first appeared as a feuilleton in the "Journal des Débats."
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL VIIIARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON, EDS.
There is nobody writing in the daily press in Paris to-day who does the feuilleton as well as they do it.
CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK-LOVERMAURICE FRANCIS EGAN
I told you my tale would prove to be a feuilleton-story, and I think the moment has come to make the customary break in it.
THE DEPUTY OF ARCISHONORE DE BALZAC
An attempt to revive the Anne littraire failed, and Geoffroy undertook the dramatic feuilleton of the Journal des dbats.
The last time we saw his name in a French theatrical feuilleton, his successful appearance in a new piece was recorded.

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