Basine

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  • Basine sent him a second time to look out. Cited from Memoirs of the Comtesse du Barry by Lamothe-Langon
  • "How can we find a way of communicating with Basine if none of us can go to her?" Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • The reasoning was plausible enough; Basine gave way, and David went. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • So at midnight, in spite of all Basine's entreaties, David must go to see Lucien. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • I have more confidence in Kolb and Marion and Basine than in my own brother; such is my misfortune. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • "What is going on in L'Houmeau?" he asked of Basine. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Basine promised to bring food in the night; and as no one had occasion to enter her room, David might defy his enemies one and all, or even detectives. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Fifteen minutes after Basine's departure she must go upstairs, knock at the door of the inner room, and give David the forged note. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Just at that moment Basine came in radiant, and with a letter for her friend, a letter from David written on magnificent paper, which she handed over when they were alone. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Thus instructed, Henriette easily made certain of the fact that David was in Basine Clerget's inner room. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Before one o'clock in the morning David was installed in the impenetrable hiding-place prepared by his wife in Basine Clerget's house. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • When Cerizet began to suspect that David was hiding in Basine's house, his views with regard to Henriette underwent another change, though he treated her as before. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • At five o'clock Henriette must go out and come in again, telling Basine Clerget that Mme. Sechard wanted to speak to her at once. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Basine, for greater safety, had brought Eve into her bedroom, and now she opened the door of a little closet, lighted only by a skylight in such a way that prying eyes could not see into it. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • As if I did not know already that you are hiding with Basine, for every time that Basine comes to the house I hear news of you and receive answers to my letters; and besides, it is plain that my sister could not find any one else to trust. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Marion carried the letter to Basine, taking some of Lucien's linen to the laundry as a pretext for the errand. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • Eve and Basine spread ragged coverlets over the brick floor to deaden any sound that David might make, put in a truckle bed, a stove for his experiments, and a table and a chair. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • I am going to see her again to-morrow in the little boudoir where our old affair of the heart began; Petit-Claud says that the room is the same as ever; I shall play my part in the comedy; and I will send word by Basine to-morrow morning to tell you whether the actor was hissed. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • A sufficient provision of raw material had been laid up in Basine's cellar, and Kolb, Marion, Mme. Sechard, and her mother had no communication with the house. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
  • During the morning of the day when Lucien had set himself to reconquer his Louise, Cerizet told Basine's secret to Henriette, giving her to understand at the same time that their marriage and future prospects depended upon the discovery of David's hiding-place. Cited from Lost Illusions, by Honore De Balzac [Tr.: Ellen Marriage]
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