"On another occasion, he had an encounter which produced on him a singular effect. He met, in the narrow streets in the vicinity of the Boulevard des Invalides, a man dressed like a workingman and wearing a cap with a long visor, which allowed a glimpse of locks of very white hair. Marius was struck with the beauty of this white hair, and scrutinized the man, who was walking slowly and as though absorbed in painful meditation. Strange to say, he thought that he recognized M. Leblanc."
Volume III: "Marius", Book VIII: "The Wicked Poor Man", Chapter I: "Marius, while seeking a Girl in a Bonnet encounters a Man in a Cap"
"In days gone by, I stole a loaf of bread in order to live; to-day, in order to live, I will not steal a name."