feuilleton

[ foi-i-tn; French fœyuh-tawn ]SEE DEFINITION OF feuilleton

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In 1827-28, during its palmiest days, the Constitutionnel had no Roman feuilleton.

"I always like to read the feuilleton on the drama," I said.

Fedor Ivnitch shuddered: the feuilleton was marked with a pencil.

These extracts do not occur in the feuilleton as published in English.

He is also to publish a new novel in the feuilleton of the Siècle.

You write: "If I were the editor I would have returned this feuilleton to you for your own good."

Then I picked up a French paper and proceeded to read it—all but the feuilleton.

It was like Jules Janin to make his own marriage the subject of a Feuilleton.

The class of work they chiefly study is the feuilleton, and the fashionable novel.

"You speak as if it were a feuilleton in the 'Figaro,'" observed the marquis.

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