Citizen of Paris
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Citizen of Paris (French: Citoyens de Paris) can refer to a number of things:
- An honorary title bestowed by the King of France upon a citizen for services rendered;
- An anonymous burgher of Paris about 1393, who wrote a book of instruction to his wife giving a rare lively account of the age (The Goodman of Paris, ISBN 1-84383-222-4);
- Memoirs by Doctor Louis Désiré Véron from 1815 to 1852 (Mémoires d'un Bourgeois de Paris);
- "Les dimanches d'un bourgeois de Paris", a story by Guy de Maupassant
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