leuven soon returned to Paris, and Dumas longed to follow him there.
He had just failed with “Lenore,” when leuven asked him to collaborate in a play.
He set to work to rectify his lack of education and to collaborate with leuven in the production of vaudevilles and melodramas.
leuven returned to Paris, and Dumas was sent to the office of a solicitor at Crpy.
For years he and leuven wrote plays together,—plays which were never accepted.
leuven received him with open arms, and gave the delighted youth a ticket to hear Talma.