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-[[Image:Adam by Max Klinger.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Adam]]'' ([[1880]]) - [[Max Klinger]]]]+[[Image:Isle of the Dead.jpg|thumb|200px|''[[Isle of the Dead]]'' by Arnold Böcklin: "Basel" version, 1880]]
 +[[Image:Saint George versus the dragon (1880) - Gustave Moreau.jpg|thumb|200px|''[[Saint George versus the dragon]]'' [[1880]] by [[Gustave Moreau]]]]
 +[[Image:Adam by Max Klinger.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Adam (Max Klinger)|Adam]]'' ([[1880]]) by [[Max Klinger]]]]
[[Image:Edgar Allan Poe.jpg|thumb|right|200px|A [[photograph]] of a [[daguerreotype]] of [[Edgar Allan Poe]] [[1848]], first published [[1880]]]] [[Image:Edgar Allan Poe.jpg|thumb|right|200px|A [[photograph]] of a [[daguerreotype]] of [[Edgar Allan Poe]] [[1848]], first published [[1880]]]]
[[Image:La Favorite.jpg|thumb|right|200px| ''La Favorite'' ([[1880]]) by [[Luis Riccardo Faléro]]]] [[Image:La Favorite.jpg|thumb|right|200px| ''La Favorite'' ([[1880]]) by [[Luis Riccardo Faléro]]]]
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== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
- +*[[September 9]] - [[Louise Augustine]] escapes from the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, disguised as a man.
 +*Skene's glands discovered by [[Alexander Skene]]
 +*The [[Arts and Crafts Movement]] at its height ca 1880-1910
 +*[[Art Nouveau]] (1880-1905)
 +*Thomas Alva Edison and JW Swan independently invent [[incandescent lamp]]
 +=== Literature ===
 +*''[[The Experimental Novel]]'' by [[Emile Zola]]
 +*Travelogue ''[[A Tramp Abroad]]'' Mark Twain
 +*''[[1601 (Mark Twain)|1601]]'': Conversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors. ...
 +*Translation of ''[[The Lusiads]]'', the Portuguese national epic, by [[Richard Francis Burton]]
 +*''[[Nana]]'' by Zola published
 +=== Visual art ===
 +*[[Adam (Max Klinger)]]
 +*[[Saint George versus the dragon]] by [[Gustave Moreau]]
 +*''[[Isle of the Dead (painting)|The Isle of the Dead]]'' by Arnold Böcklin (first version)
 +*''[[The Sons of Clovis II]]''
== Births == == Births ==
*[[Oswald Spengler]] (1880 – 1936) *[[Oswald Spengler]] (1880 – 1936)
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*[[Viking Eggeling]] (1880-1925) *[[Viking Eggeling]] (1880-1925)
*[[Robert Wiene]] (1880 - 1938) *[[Robert Wiene]] (1880 - 1938)
- +*[[Guillaume Apollinaire]] (1880 - 1918)
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
*[[Jacques Offenbach]] (1819 - 1880) *[[Jacques Offenbach]] (1819 - 1880)
*[[Gustave Flaubert]] (1821 - 1880) *[[Gustave Flaubert]] (1821 - 1880)
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-*1880 Thomas Alva Edison and JW Swan independently invent [[incandescent lamp]] 
-*[[Jean Pierrot]], The Decadent Imagination, 1880-1900  
-*Saint George versus the dragon (1880) - [[Gustave Moreau]] 
-*[[Art Nouveau]] (1880-1905) 
-*''[[The Experimental Novel]]'' (1880) - [[Emile Zola]] 
-*Travelogue ''[[A Tramp Abroad]]'' Mark Twain  
-*The [[Arts and Crafts Movement]] at its height ca 1880-1910 
-*[[Adam]] (1880) - [[Max Klinger]] Etching 
-*''[[1601 (Mark Twain)|1601]]'': Conversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors. ... 
-*''[[Flatland]]'' (1880) - Edwin A. Abbott 
-*''[[The Isle of the Dead]]'' (1880) - Arnold Böcklin 
-*Translation of ''[[The Lusiads]]'', the Portuguese national epic by Luis de Camoens 
-*Skene's glands discovered by [[Alexander Skene]] 
-*''[[Nana]]'', which was published in 1880. ... 
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Isle of the Dead by Arnold Böcklin: "Basel" version, 1880
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Isle of the Dead by Arnold Böcklin: "Basel" version, 1880
A photograph of a daguerreotype of Edgar Allan Poe 1848, first published 1880
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A photograph of a daguerreotype of Edgar Allan Poe 1848, first published 1880

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