Madame

  • (noun): Title used for a married Frenchwoman.

Some articles on madame:

Les Liaisons Dangereuses (TV Miniseries) - Cast
... Isabelle de Merteuil Rupert Everett as Vicomte Sébastien de Valmont Nastassja Kinski as Madame Maria de Tourvel Danielle Darrieux as Madame de Rosemonde Leelee Sobieski as Cécile de Volanges Andrzej ...
Madame De Tessé - French Revolution
... In the salon of Madame de Tessé, who according to the Goncourt brothers, had been formulating plans for a constitutional monarchy for twenty years, "t ... Thomas Jefferson met Madame de Tessé when he was minister to France between 1784 and 1789 ... Return to Paris and dine with Madame de Tessé—republicans of the first feather ...
Léontine Lippmann
... Lippmann (1844-1910), better known by her married name of Madame Arman or Madame Arman de Caillavet was the muse of Anatole France and the hostess of a highly fashionable literary salon ... She is the model of Madame Verdurin in Proust's Remembrance of Things Past ...
List Of Veggie Tales Episodes - Madame Blueberry (1998)
... Madame Blueberry was released in July 21, 1998 on VHS and then on May 18, 2003 on DVD ... The episode is a loose parody of the novel Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert ...
Les Liaisons Dangereuses (TV Miniseries) - Plot
... The beautiful Madame de Merteuil (Catherine Deneuve) seeks vengeance against her ex-lover Gercourt (Andrzej Zulawski) when he becomes engaged to her young ... Valmont gets sidetracked when he goes to visit his aunt and falls for Madame Tourvel (Nastassja Kinski), a virtuous, married woman who knows of his womanizing ... Together, Madame de Merteuil and Valmont make a dangerous team and they will stop at nothing when it comes to matters of the heart ...

Famous quotes containing the word madame:

    Madame d’Estampes and Madame de Valentinois make me fear that I should be only honoured by my husband as a queen and not loved by him as a woman.
    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

    There was also a Nonne, a prioresse,
    That of hir smylyng was ful symple and coy;
    Hire gretteste ooth was but by Seint Loy.
    And she was cleped madame Eglentyne.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    Rather would I have the love songs of romantic ages, rather Don Juan and Madame Venus, rather an elopement by ladder and rope on a moonlight night, followed by the father’s curse, mother’s moans, and the moral comments of neighbors, than correctness and propriety measured by yardsticks.
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)