A Man in Uniform by Kate Taylor

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The army had shot the Commune’s leaders on the spot and court-martialed thousands of others, executing anyone who had wielded a rifle or bayonet against the new government’s troops, and jailing everyone else unfortunate enough to be caught on the streets, whatever their sympathies might have been. In the long years that followed, it was Maître Gaillard who had fought hardest to get new civil trials for these bit players and bystanders, and Dubon had been his young assistant. But Dubon had given up criminal law long ago.

I have spoken to—” “I owe the marquise this dance,” the general said decisively, turning to the lady and leading her away. “What do you say, Dubon? ” the major inquired as they watched his brother now tagging after the general and the marquise. “Captain,” the major bellowed. “We need you over here. ” Jean-Jean turned toward the sound of his brother’s voice and, in response to some frantic waving from the major, beat a rather awkward retreat toward them. “I was just explaining to the general that the point is the brakes—” he began, but his brother stopped him.

Schwarzkoppen bowed slightly as he addressed Dubon, who wasn’t certain he really wanted to introduce this handsome character to his wife. “She’s still busy on the dance floor, and she has promised me the first waltz,” Dubon responded. The major chuckled. “Schwarzkoppen, no man wants to introduce you to his wife. ” Schwarzkoppen and the major now turned to an enthusiastic discussion of their best bets for opening day at the Longchamp racecourse that Sunday while Dubon and the Italian mainly listened.

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