Julie, Miss | Article about Julie, Miss by The Free Dictionary
young gentlewoman high-handedly engages servant’s love. [Swed. Lit.: Miss Julie in Plays by August Strindberg]
compromised by a clandestine affair and thwarted in her plans to run away, she decides to kill herself. [Swed. Drama: Strindberg Miss Julie in Magill II, 675]
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And Julie, Miss
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Sheldrake called the two girls out for a caning.