Place Edmund Rostand

edmund rostand

The Age Of Reason p.142
Mathieu was as sound as a man could be, but he could no longer develop as Boris would, indeed he could no longer develop at all, he was too complete. These reflections depressed Boris, and he was glad when he got to the Place Edmund Rostand: he enjoyed crossing it, and evading the motor-buses that blundered through it like gigantic turkeys, merely by drawing in his chest the needful inch or two.