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Juliette (novel)

Juliette is a novel written by the Marquis de Sade and published 1797– 1801, accompanying Sade's Nouvelle Justine. While Justine, Juliette's sister, was a virtuous woman who consequently encountered nothing but despair and abuse, Juliette is an amoral nymphomaniac murderer who is successful and happy. The full title of the novel in the original French is Histoire de Juliette ou les Prospérités du vice, and the English title is "Juliette, or Vice Amply Rewarded" (versus "Justine; or Good Conduct Well-Chastised", considered to be the prequel of Juliette). As many other of his works, Juliette follows a pattern of violently pornographic scenes followed by long treatises on a broad range of philosophical topics, including theology, morality, aesthetics, naturalism and also Sade's dark, fatalistic view of world metaphysics.


Juliette may refer to:

  • Juliette, Georgia
  • Juliette (given name), a feminine given name
  • Juliette (Canadian singer) (born 1926), full name Juliette Augustina Sysak Cavazzi, a Canadian singer and TV personality of the 1950s–1970s
  • Juliette (French singer) (born 1962), full name Juliette Noureddine, a French singer better known by her stage name Juliette
  • "Juliette" (Shinee song), a song by South Korean boy band, Shinee
  • "Juliette", a song by the band Little Feat on the album Dixie Chicken
  • " Juliette & Jonathan", a 1990s pop song
  • Juliette and the Licks, American rock band led by actress Juliette Lewis
  • " Mademoiselle Juliette", song by French singer Alizée
  • Juliette (novel), also known as L'Histoire de Juliette, novel written by the Marquis de Sade and published 1797–1801
  • Juliette (TV series), a long-running Canadian musical-variety TV series
  • Hurricane Juliette (disambiguation), number of hurricanes named Juliette
Juliette (Canadian singer)

Juliette Augustina Sysak Cavazzi, (born 27 August 1926, St. Vital, Manitoba), nicknamed "Our pet", is a Canadian singer and television host who was featured on CBC Television from the 1950s through the 1970s.

The daughter of Polish- Ukrainian immigrants, she moved with her family to Vancouver in her youth, where she began her singing career in 1940. She was professionally known by simply her first name, Juliette, starting with her appearances with the Dal Richards band at the Hotel Vancouver at age 13.

She was married to her manager, singer Tony Cavazzi, for 40 years until his death. She is retired and lives in Vancouver, although she makes occasional special appearances, such as an event marking the 85th birthday of bandleader Dal Richards in 2004.

Juliette (French singer)

Juliette Noureddine, better known by her stage name of Juliette, is a French singer, songwriter and composer.

Juliette (TV series)

Juliette is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television from 1956 to 1966.

Juliette (given name)

Juliette is a French personal name. It is a diminutive of Julie, and ultimately comes from the Latin nomen (or clan name) Julius, or "son of Jove". Also derives from Juliet, the name of the heroine of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.