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I have since found out that there is nothing the Germans like so much as an opera.
He was driven on, and other carriages came whirling by in quick succession; the Minister, the State-Projector, the Farmer-General, the Doctor, the Lawyer, the Ecclesiastic, the Grand Opera, the Comedy, the whole Fancy Ball in a bright continuous flow, came whirling by.
My dear Harry, we either lunch or sup together every day, and I have been to the opera with you several times," said Dorian, opening his blue eyes in wonder.
Debienne and Poligny, the managers of the Opera, were giving a last gala performance to mark their retirement.
On his return home, Albert expressed his wish to Franz Debray, and Morrel, to see them at the opera that evening.
Another was a well-dressed young man, who carried an opera glass set in gold, and seemed to be making a quotation from some of Byron's rhapsodies on mountain scenery.
A few evenings before the occasion of which I speak he had invited several ladies and gentlemen to the opera to listen to Madame Alboni--a party which included Miss Dora Finch.
Though there was already talk of the erection, in remote metropolitan distances "above the Forties," of a new Opera House which should compete in costliness and splendour with those of the great European capitals, the world of fashion was still content to reassemble every winter in the shabby red and gold boxes of the sociable old Academy.
In music she thought him unreasonable, and in the matter of opera not only unreasonable but wilfully perverse.
far from willingly) I went the way of the world--in other words, I went to the opera.
I 'll go to the opera," she suddenly announced to the doves.
There was also a widow, who became glowing hot, but I left her standing till she got black again; there was also the first opera dancer, she gave me that cut which I now go with, she was so ferocious
That lady was most unluckily to dine this very day with her aunt Western, and in the afternoon they were all three, by appointment, to go together to the opera, and thence to Lady Thomas Hatchet's drum.
Read the mark there, in tiny letters: Cassette, 6a, Opera.
The little box in the third tier of the opera was crowded with heads constantly changing; but it must be confessed that the ladies held aloof from her, and that their doors were shut to our little adventurer.