I shall now continue to pour in feuilletons on you, and you must work.
There are many references in his feuilletons to matters of Jewish interest.
His mots were repeated, his vaudevilles applauded, his feuilletons adored.
Meanwhile he had not been content with his feuilletons, written persistently about all manner of things.
They occupied a hundred and ninety-two feuilletons, and cost him thus more than a franc a line.
"You have been reading the feuilletons of the Petit Journal and your head is full of sentimental nonsense," I cried.
His feuilletons are especially popular in Germany—more so, perhaps, than in France.
There were, in short, signs that Enid had not only read the feuilletons in the picture papers but had been to the Movies too.
The measure and rule for artists have come over the sea, condensed from French feuilletons and Vies de Bohéme.
What would you think of translating some of the feuilletons of the French papers?