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-:[[1839]] - [[1838]] - [[1837]] - [[1836]] - [[1835]] - [[1834]] - [[1833]] - [[1832]] - [[1831]] - [[1830]]+'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is the 36th year of the 19th century and the 6th year of the [[1830s]].
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
-* ''[[Viy]]'' by Gogol+* ''[[Viy]]'', short story by Gogol
-*[[Daguerre]] invented the first practical process of ...+*''[[Bibliographie des fous : De quelques livres excentriques]]'' by Charles Nodier
*[[New York Herald]] in 1835 *[[New York Herald]] in 1835
-*[[Voyage pittoresque dans la Regence d'Alger]], published in 1835+*[[Voyage pittoresque dans la Regence d'Alger]] by William Wyld
-*1835 Honore de Balzac, [[Seraphita]] +*In France, [[the September 1835 laws]] ban political caricature, thus [[Le Charivari]] begins publishing satires of [[everyday life]]
-*The Death of [[Sardanapalus]] painting 1835 +*''[[Mademoiselle de Maupin (novel)|Mademoiselle de Maupin]]'' by the French writer Théophile Gautier
-*In 1835 the government banned political caricature, thus [[Le Charivari]] began publishing satires of [[everyday life]]+*In ''[[Lectures on Aesthetics]]'', German philosopher Friedrich Hegel pronounced the "death of art"
-"[[Mademoiselle de Maupin]]" (1835)+* ''[[Diary of a Madman (short story)|Diary of a Madman]]'', 1835 farcical short story by Nikolai Gogol
 +*''[[La Fille aux yeux d'or]]'', a novella by Honoré de Balzac
== Births == == Births ==
-*[[Cesare Lombroso]] (1835 - 1909)+*[[Cesare Lombroso]] (1835 - 1909), Italian criminologist
-*[[Mark Twain]] (1835 – 1910)+*[[Mark Twain]] (1835 – 1910), American writer
*[[Samuel Butler (novelist)|Samuel Butler]] (1835-1902) *[[Samuel Butler (novelist)|Samuel Butler]] (1835-1902)
 +*[[Cora Pearl]] (1835 – 1886), courtisane
 +*[[Charles Watts]] (1835-1906)
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
-*[[James Hogg]] (1770 - 1835)+*[[James Hogg]] (1770 - 1835), Scottish writer
- +* [[Antoine Jean Gros]] (1771-1835)
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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1835 is the 36th year of the 19th century and the 6th year of the 1830s.

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