"Sitting among old armour, and old tapestry, and old coffers, and grim old chairs and tables, and old Canopies of state from old palaces, and old golden lions going to play at skittles with ponderous old golden balls, [the Hugos] made a most romantic show, and looked like a chapter out of one of his own books."
Charles Dickens, lettre à Lady Blessington du 27 janvier 1847,
après sa visite chez les Hugo place Royale (place des Vosges).
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