« PreviousContinue »
while M. de Varenne and Adel, confider the whole as a new proof of the arts of this formidable seducer.
trigue with Madame St. Bertin, and a duel in which he engages, on purpose to vindicate the honour of his fair relative, convince the family that he is in earnest, and all doubts being now removed relative to the loyalty of Cezanne, he is of course rendered happy by an union with the ob. jećt of his affections.” This comedy of three ačts was performed by ačtors who affect to play no other theatrical pieces than those which represent the manners of what they term (la bonne société) genteel company The following sentiments are applauded: “Il ne voit qu’elle (sm amante) au monde, il l'adore et l'ennuye.
He further states, that he is obliged to