THERE ARE, at last count, the remains of 82 men and women housed in the marble crypt of the Panthéon, the neo-classical pile that has served, off and on, for the past two centuries as France’s Hall of Fame. Most French citizens, I suspect, can name perhaps a half-dozen of the marble basement’s inmates. Rising […]
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