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Camille a play in five acts

A classic French novel in which Marguerite Gautier, a famous courtesan in Paris, continuously entertains with parties and balls as though her days were numbered. But suddenly she meets Armand Duval and they fall in love despite the fact that she is becoming increasingly ill.

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  • "Lady of the camellias"@en
  • "Camille, or, The fate of a coquette"
  • "Fate of a coquette"
  • "Fate of a coquette"@en
  • "Lady with the camelias"@en
  • "Dame aux camélias"@en
  • "Dame aux camélias"
  • "Dame aux camelias"
  • "Dame aux Camelias"@en
  • "Cha hua nü"
  • "Cha hua nv"
  • "茶花女"

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  • "Mrs. John Drew's Arch Street Theatre, C. Randolph Gardiner, business manager, John J. Holmes, treasurer, H.E. Hoyt, scenic artist. Engagement of the distinguished actress, Madame Helena Modjeska (Countess Bozenta,) appearing on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, September 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th, in Dumas' great emotional play of "Camille". The orchestra, under the direction of J.F. Zimmerman."
  • "A classic French novel in which Marguerite Gautier, a famous courtesan in Paris, continuously entertains with parties and balls as though her days were numbered. But suddenly she meets Armand Duval and they fall in love despite the fact that she is becoming increasingly ill."@en
  • "Lafayette Sq. Opera House, Nixon & Zimmerman, sole lessees and managers. Fourth annual American tour of the eminent English artiste Olga Nethersole, supported by Mr. T.B. Thalberg and her own company under the direction of Marcus R. Mayer. "Camille," adapted from the French play of Alexandre Dumas, fils, entitled "La Dame aux Camelias"."
  • """All I ever wanted was a man who wouldn't ask me questions""Across the foyer of a crowded theatre, a handsome young man catches sight of the most expensive prostitute in town. When they meet, a mutual obsession is ignited - one that tears both their worlds apart. Set amidst the glittering splendours and miseries of 19th century Paris, Camille has scandalised and fascinated audiences and theatres, cinemas and opera houses for over a hundred and fifty years. Neil Bartlett's new version returns to the original novel for its shockingly frank and emotional portrayal of a woman wh."@en
  • "A beautifully written book whose basic plot and story line are the basis of the movie Moulin Rouge. A young naive man, who falls for the most beautiful courtesan in Paris, has to contend with his father's interference, her more sophisticated lovers, and her eventual death by consumption. This book follows a long tradition of great novels that were about the lives and loves of women."
  • "Story of life and fortunes of one Marguerite Gautier, a Parisian courtesan, and her lover Armand Duval."@en
  • "Marguerite Gautier is the most beautiful, brazen'and expensive'courtesan in all of Paris. Despite being ill with consumption, she lives a glittering, moneyed life of nonstop parties and aristocratic balls and savors every day as if it were her last. Into her life comes Armand Duval. Young, handsome, and recklessly headstrong, he is hopelessly in love with Marguerite, but not nearly rich enough. Yet Armand is Marguerite's first true love, and against her better judgment, she throws away her upper-class lifestyle for him. But as intense as their love for each other is, it challenges a reality that cannot be denied.' This Signet Classics version is the only available paperback edition of Camille, a story as old as time and as timeless as love itself. Translated by Sir Edmond Gosse, with an Introduction by Toril Moi Includes Photos."@en
  • "Programme: American tour of Miss Olga Nethersole, direction of Daniel and Charles Frohman. Presenting "Camille," adapted from the French play in five acts of M. Alexandre Dumas called "La Dame aux Camelias." The orchestra under the direction of Victor H. Johnson."
  • "A young man of small fortune and name takes a celebrated Parisian courtesan as his mistress, thus scandalizing his middle class parents and inviting the enmity of her clients."@en
  • "A French courtesan with a passion for life and romance, sacrifices her happiness to prove her love for a young man whose family disapproves of their relationship."
  • "A French courtesan with a passion for life and romance, sacrifices her happiness to prove her love for a young man whose family disapproves of their relationship."@en
  • "Columbia Theatre, absolutely fireproof. Luckett & Dwyer, lessees and managers. Columbia Stock Company will present "Camille," adapted from the French of Alexander Dumas, Jr."

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  • "Promptbooks"@en
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  • "Drama"
  • "Love stories, French"@en
  • "Publishers' advertisements"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Concert programs"
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Theater programs"
  • "Dime novels"@en

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  • "Camille a play in five acts"@en
  • "Camille [La Dame aux Camilias]"
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  • "Camille"
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  • "Camille = La dame aux Camelias"@en
  • "Camille = Cha hua nü"
  • "Camille : a play"@en
  • "Camille : a play"
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