Au Bonheur des Dames - This is the small shop that grows to a giant department store covering an entire city block.
Neighborhood Shops - All of these enterprises are bankrupt or become so because they cannot compete with the growing empire of Au Bonheur des Dames.
Cornailles - This is the top ladies' wear shop in Valgones, where Denise works for two years before moving to Paris.
Valgones - This is the province from which Denise comes.
Au Vieil Elbeuf - This is the flannel shop that Baudu owns.
Paris-Bonheur - This is a faille silk fabric with a blue and silver selvage.
Baccalauréat - Some say this accreditation is useless and Mouret only takes his to please his parents.
Place Gaillon - This is the fountain square just outside Au Bonheur des Dames.
Vans - Near the beginning of the novel, Mouret launches four of these...
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