Claudine marries a prominent author by the name of Du Bruel to impress her true love Palferine. Meanwhile, Du Bruel has a mistress of his own, a dancer named Tallia. But in the end Claudine returns to face her love Palferine who, in the spirit of a Bohemian, merely plays coy with her.
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