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 +The year '''1865 in literature''' involved some significant new books.
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 +==Events==
 +* January - ''Our Young Folks'', an American monthly for children produced by [[Ticknor and Fields]] in [[Boston]], publishes its first issue.
 +* February - Publication of [[Leo Tolstoy]]'s ''1805'', an early version of ''[[War and Peace]]'', begins in the magazine ''[[The Russian Messenger|Russkiy Vestnik]]''.
 +* April 14 - [[Assassination of Abraham Lincoln]]: [[President of the United States]] [[Abraham Lincoln]] is shot while attending a performance of the [[farce]] ''[[Our American Cousin]]'' at [[Ford's Theatre]] in [[Washington, D.C.]], by actor and [[Confederate States of America|Confederate]] sympathizer [[John Wilkes Booth]], dying the following day.
 +* June 9 - [[Charles Dickens]] is involved in the [[Staplehurst rail crash]] in England.
 +* June 14 - [[Karl May]] begins a 4-year prison sentence for thefts and frauds at [[Osterstein Castle (Zwickau)]].
 +* July 4 - [[Lewis Carroll]]'s children's book ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]'' is published by [[Macmillan Publishers|Macmillan]] in London for Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Carroll),<ref name=CBH>{{cite book|last=Palmer|first=Alan|author2=Veronica|year=1992|title=The Chronology of British History|publisher=Century Ltd|location=London|page=286|isbn=0-7126-5616-2}}</ref><ref name="People's Chronology">{{cite book|chapter=1865|title=The People's Chronology|editor=Everett, Jason M.|publisher=Thomson Gale|year=2006}}</ref> three years after it was first narrated. He and his illustrator, [[John Tenniel]], withdraw this edition, and the first trade editions are published in December (dated 1866), that published by [[D. Appleton & Company|Appleton]] in [[New York City|New York]] using the rejected sheets from the earlier printing.
 +* November 18 - [[Mark Twain]]'s story "[[The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County]]" is published in the New York weekly ''[[The Saturday Press (literary newspaper)|The Saturday Press]]''.
 +* English writer [[Edwin Abbott Abbott]] becomes headmaster of the [[City of London School]] at the age of 26.
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 +==New books==
 +*[[José de Alencar]] - ''[[Iracema]]''
 +*[[R. M. Ballantyne]] - ''The Lighthouse''
 +*[[Wilhelm Busch]] - ''[[Max and Moritz|Max und Moritz]]''
 +*[[Lewis Carroll]] - ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]''
 +*[[Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay]] - ''[[Durgeshnandini]]''
 +*[[Charles Dickens]] - ''[[Our Mutual Friend]]'' (publication concludes)<ref name=CBH/>
 +*[[Mary Mapes Dodge]] - ''[[Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates]]''
 +*[[Edmond de Goncourt]] - ''[[Germinie Lacerteux]]''
 +*[[Charles Kingsley]] - ''[[Hereward the Wake (novel)|Hereward the Wake]]''
 +*[[Sheridan Le Fanu]] - ''[[Guy Deverell]]''
 +*[[George MacDonald]] - ''[[Alec Forbes of Howglen]]''
 +*[[Robert Smith Surtees]] - ''[[Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds]]'' (posthumous)
 +*[[Anthony Trollope]] - ''[[Can You Forgive Her?]]'' (publication concludes)
 +*[[Jules Verne]] - ''[[From the Earth to the Moon]]'' (''De la Terre à la Lune'')
 +*[[Émile Zola]] - ''[[La Confession de Claude]]''
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 +==New drama==
 +*[[Francis Burnand]] - ''Windsor Castle''
 +*[[Henrik Ibsen]] - ''[[Brand (play)|Brand]]''
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 +==Poetry==
 +*[[Edward Lear]] - ''The History of the Seven Families of the Lake Pipple-Popple''
 +*[[Mary Wright Sewell]] - ''Mother's Last Words: a ballad''
 +*[[A. C. Swinburne]] - ''Atalanta in Calydon''
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 +==Non-fiction==
 +*''[[Annals of Joseon Dynasty]]'' (final volume)
 +*[[Matthew Arnold]] - ''Essays in Criticism''
 +*[[P. T. Barnum]] - ''[[The Humbugs of the World]]''
 +*[[Jacob Grimm]] - ''Deutsche Sagen''
 +*[[Karl Marx]] - ''Value, Price and Profit''
 +*[[John Stuart Mill]] - ''Examinations of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy''
 +*[[James Hutchison Stirling]] - ''[[The Secret of Hegel]]: Being the Hegelian System in Origin Principle, Form and Matter''
 +*[[James Hudson Taylor]] - ''[[China's Spiritual Need and Claims]]''
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== Births == == Births ==

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Le Ministère de la Marine (1865-1866) is a print by French etcher Charles Méryon depicting the marine ministry "attacked" by a charging flock of fantastic creatures.
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Le Ministère de la Marine (1865-1866) is a print by French etcher Charles Méryon depicting the marine ministry "attacked" by a charging flock of fantastic creatures.
Olympia (detail) by Édouard Manet was a succès de scandale when it was first exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1865. Today, it is considered as the start of modern art.
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Olympia (detail) by Édouard Manet was a succès de scandale when it was first exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1865. Today, it is considered as the start of modern art.

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