Albertine

[al-ber-teen; French al-ber-teen; German ahl-ber-tee-nuh]
Also Al·ber·ti·na [al-ber-tee-nuh] /ˌæl bərˈti nə/.
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Contemporary Examples of albertine

  • Her response was a “very un-macho, uncool, and unexciting one,” according to Albertine.

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    A First Lady of Punk Rock Talks

    Justin Jones

    December 9, 2014

  • Albertine was forced to move back in with her mother with no sign of a future career.

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    A First Lady of Punk Rock Talks

    Justin Jones

    December 9, 2014

  • Albertine was never to him anything more than a means toward the satisfaction of his own needs, ego needs and sensual needs.

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    David's Book Club: The Fugitive

    David Frum

    January 13, 2013

  • The Fugitive opens with the flight of the narrator's own obsessive love interest, Albertine.

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    David's Book Club: The Fugitive

    David Frum

    January 13, 2013

  • Instead, the narrator only accelerates after Albertine's death his ferocious investigations of her suspected lesbian love affairs.

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    David's Book Club: The Fugitive

    David Frum

    January 13, 2013

Historical Examples of albertine