Dramatic Feuilleton Quelqu'un opens the Feuilleton by asking the General why he did not go to hear Ada Isaacs Menken on Monday. Quelqu'un discusses Menken as an actress and her need to capitalize on her talents, and not her social position, to draw an audience. Quelqu'un engages in a lengthy discussion of the dangers of "defining and defending" one's position, and cites Lola Montez as a tragic example (3). He also mentions Thomas Hanlon's return to work after his accident, his enjoyment of Canterbury Hall and Nixon's during the week, and declines to comment in detail on the actors and plays at the larger theaters.