Excerpt from Truth, Vol. 19: January-June, 1886
Madame J udic, who has, I hear, been a terrible failure in the States, agreed to rescind her' contract with M. Grau, and will return from America towards the end of the month. I am not surprised that she has not proved a successful speculation. She has become very fat, her voice was never a particularly good one, and her demure suggestiveness, when she sings words of double meaning, must be caviare to all those who are not Parisians.
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