When he ended Vieux Carré with the stage direction, “The house is empty now,” Lahr somberly terms it “an augury and an epitaph.”
This book is essentially volume two of that biography; Leverich, who died in 1999, asked Lahr to continue his work.
M. Cresson, counsel for Daix and Lahr, waited upon the President.
Then Lahr collapsed and began to pray while the decree for their execution was read to them.
At Lahr it has been denuded so as to form a succession of terraces on the right bank.