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“Someone who would have undoubtedly explored virtual worlds were he alive today, Yves Klein created the photomontage Le Saut dans le Vide taken at Rue Gentil-Bernard, Fontenay-aux-Roses, in 1960, as "a symbol of the desire to overcome gravity and thus enter into the unlimited aspects of virtuality.”
“As I told the Prosecutor just now on the telephone, Lussac was friendly with Joseph Raison, the gangster who was killed in the Rue La Fayette, they both lived in the same block of flats at Fontenay-aux-Roses.”
“He had gone at once, on the evening of the attack, to Fontenay-aux-Roses, to the address of the wounded gangster, a certain Joseph Raison, described on his identity card as a metal-fitter.”
“I thought there was no point in following Lussac, who would no doubt be going back to Fontenay-aux-Roses.”
““You can go back to Fontenay-aux-Roses now, but the welfare officer will stay with you for the time being … ””
“Send one of our men, and a woman welfare officer, to Fontenay-aux-Roses.”
“Nicolas was an inconspicuous kind of man, and because of that fact he had been sent to prowl round Fontenay-aux-Roses.”
“Fontenay-aux-Roses, with the loved one, the good fairy of my twentieth year.”
“An hour later the whole of the joyous band were scattered about the fields at Fontenay-aux-Roses.”
“It is not yet too late," cried Bertuccio, eagerly; "and if your excellency will intrust me with the commission, I will find you a better at Enghien, at Fontenay-aux-Roses, or at Bellevue.”
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