He quickly made a name for himself among the French aristocracy; among his patrons was Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III.
There are none who know the Empress Eugénie who do not revere and love her.
Eugénie complains that "it sings too much and does not talk enough."
Study a photograph of the Empress Eugénie, that supreme arbiter of elegance and grace.
Of course Eugénie would have heard all about the affair of yesterday.
"Dear Eugénie, a cousin is better than a brother; he can marry you," said Charles.
I believe the aunt has no children of her own, and Eugénie will inherit.
Albert shuddered at this remark, suggesting as it did the certainty that he would find Eugénie's father a sot as well as a thief.
I should be astonished at it, if it were any one else than Eugénie Besançon.
Of these 'Eugénie Grandet' is of course easily first in interest, pathos, and power.