"Grantaire," [Enjolras] cried, "go sleep it off somewhere else. This is the place for intoxication, not drunkenness. Don’t dishonor the barricade!"
[Grantaire] sat down, leaned on a table near the window, looked at Enjolras with an inexpressible gentleness, and said to him, “Let me sleep here.”
"Go sleep somewhere else," cried Enjolras.
But Grantaire, keeping his tender, troubled eyes fixed on him answered, “Let me sleep here─ until I die here.”
─ Les Misérables, Victor Hugo