'Or chance decreed that Marius should traverse Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau between Enjolras and Courfeyrac.
Courfeyrac took his arm:--
"Pay attention. This is the Rue Platriere, now called Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, on account of a singular household which lived in it sixty years ago. This consisted of Jean-Jacques and Therese. From time to time, little beings were born there. Therese gave birth to them, Jean-Jacques represented them as foundlings."
And Enjolras addressed Courfeyrac roughly:--
"Silence in the presence of Jean-Jacques! I admire that man. He denied his own children, that may be; but he adopted the people."' - Victor Hugo, Les Miserables
Oh, Courfeyrac - you wind-up merchant! And how pleased he must have been with himself for getting a rise out of Enjolras.
Not a particularly good work...may move it to scraps. And I think Enjolras would kill me for dressing him like he gets his fashion out of the 1820s GQ.