Definition of Saint-Simon, Duc de in English:

Saint-Simon, Duc de

Line breaks: Duc de Saint-Simon
Pronunciation: /ˌsãsiːˈmɒ̃
( 1675–1755), French writer; born Louis de Rouvroy. He is best known for his Mémoires, a detailed record of court life between 1694 and 1723, in the reigns of Louis XIV and XV.

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