Les Nuits de Paris ou le Spectateur nocturne  

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Les Nuits de Paris ou le Spectateur nocturne (1793)[1] is a novel by Restif de la Bretonne.

The book begins in 1786 and includes a reportage of the September Massacres of 1792. Restif writes of the bodies piled high in front of the Châtelet and the atrocities he witnessed.

The book also mentions the Rose Keller affair.



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