Rue de Bac

The Age Of Reason, p.207-8
Then the windows of the cab darkened as it swung into the narrow gulley of the Rue de Bac, and, suddenly, Mathieu realized that Lola was dead, that he was going to enter her room, see her large open eyes, and her white body.


The Room
from The Wall, p.22
Eve lived with her husband on the sixth floor of an old building on the Rue de Bac. M. Darbedat slowly climbed the 112 steps of the stairway.

The Room
from The Wall, p.30
The Rue de Bac was almost deserted. An old lady crossed the street with mincing steps; three girls passed, laughing. Then men, strong, serious men carrying briefcases and talking among themselves.