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Encyclopedia > Coquette

Coquette might refer to:

  • Coquette, a 1929 film directed by Sam Taylor.
  • The Coquette, a 1797 epistolary novel by Mrs Hannah Webster Foster.
  • A female displaying "laddish" behaviour.
  • A variety of fried potato, more commonly known as a potato coquette.

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Hannah Webster Foster (596 words)
Baker, Dorothy Z. "'Detested Be the Epithet!': Definition, Maxim, and the Language of Social Dicta in Hannah Webster Foster's The Coquette." Essays in Literature 23.1 (Spring 1996): 58-68.
Introduction to The Coquette; or, The History of Eliza Wharton.
Foster's Coquette and the Decline of the Brotherly Watch." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 16 (1986): 211-24.
OnWisconsin Live Dining: Coquette Cafe (1166 words)
Boneless Wisconsin trout (foreground), sauteed with lemon and capers, is served with tomatoes and mozzarella sprinkled with a balsamic basil vinaigrette.
Unlike Sanford's fare, the dishes at Coquette are hearty and substantial -the sort that working people would relish for their midday and evening meals.
All of Coquette's charcuterie are made in-house and served with large slices of lightly toasted French bread.
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