In Manon Lescaut itself he gave a masterpiece, not only to the novel, not only to France, but to all literature and all the world.
It was a translation of that beautiful old novel, “Manon Lescaut.”
But once more "let us come to the real things—let us speak of" Manon Lescaut.
"Manon Lescaut," on the other hand, has met with success elsewhere.
Manon Lescaut, which appeared in 1731, as an episode of the first of these, is a tale of fatal and irresistible passion.
He had been moved that morning by the tale of Manon Lescaut.
We run to kiss the bleeding mouth of Fantine, and we follow Manon Lescaut over the whole world.
It was the day after the evening when she came to see me that I sent her Manon Lescaut.
In his heart he would have liked to push Manon Lescaut into Lonsdale's hands and bid him read that for counsel.
It was at this time that she read Manon Lescaut, over and over again.