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*1835 Honore de Balzac, [[Seraphita]] *1835 Honore de Balzac, [[Seraphita]]
*In 1835 the government banned political caricature, thus [[Le Charivari]] began publishing satires of [[everyday life]] *In 1835 the government banned political caricature, thus [[Le Charivari]] began publishing satires of [[everyday life]]
-"[[Mademoiselle de Maupin]]" (1835)+*''[[Mademoiselle de Maupin (novel)|Mademoiselle de Maupin]]'' by Gautier
== Births == == Births ==
*[[Cesare Lombroso]] (1835 - 1909) *[[Cesare Lombroso]] (1835 - 1909)

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