Was this the same man, whose great nature had so nobly asserted itself in the condemned cell?
Chapter thirty-sixth was to be devoted to Sarah in the condemned cell.
If ever there was on earth a foretaste of the joys of heaven, I felt it that day in the condemned cell, loaded with irons.
He was a condemned man, alone in a condemned cell, waiting for the last hour.
While in the condemned cell he conversed freely with the warders in broken English or through an interpreter.
What on earth shall you find to say to some one in a condemned cell?
I dreamed it was late afternoon and I was locked in a condemned cell, sentenced to die.
When we enter the condemned cell, the chaplain is already there, and has been for some time.
Before the Revolution of July there was in the Conciergerie, and indeed there still is, a condemned cell.
He will take you to the condemned cell and do all that is necessary.