Later, Pierrette posed on the cover of the French Playboy under the title “Madame Le Pen Nude.”
Pierrette wept also, but she was not angry with me, for she knew well it was in order to marry her that I wished to go away.
Fanny had fitted her out with clever fingers as a black Pierrette.
Madame Lorrain the younger, Pierrette's mother, died in 1819.
Come out and play with me, Pierrette; I will not kiss even your hands if you object.
I went to the theatre and borrowed the tenor's Pagliacci costume, whitened my face and dressed Marjorie as a Pierrette.
Pierrette and I were at that time about thirteen years of age.
Pierrette had her grandmother to nurse her; and Monsieur Martener and the head-surgeon of the hospital attended her.
And beside me, interested and trustful, sat the pretty Pierrette—the victim.
Madame Lorrain had received the money only the day before the post brought her Brigaut's letter, enclosing that of Pierrette.