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-*[[July 14]] [[Dada]], Zurich: "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," Ball exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." ("The First Dada Manifesto")+*[[July 14]] [[Dada]], Zurich: "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," Ball exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." ("The First [[Dada Manifesto]]")
=== Visual culture === === Visual culture ===
*''[[The Disquieting Muses]]'', a painting by the Greek-Italian metaphysical painter Giorgio de Chirico *''[[The Disquieting Muses]]'', a painting by the Greek-Italian metaphysical painter Giorgio de Chirico
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*[[The Photoplay|The Photoplay: A Psychological Study]] (1916) - Hugo Münsterberg *[[The Photoplay|The Photoplay: A Psychological Study]] (1916) - Hugo Münsterberg
== Births == == Births ==
 +*[[Unica Zürn]] (1916 - 1970)
 +*[[Moondog]] (1916 - 1999)
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
 +*[[Odilon Redon]] (1840 - 1916)
 +*[[Thomas Eakins]] (1844 - 1916)
 +*[[Henry James]] (1843 - 1916)
 +*[[Jack London]] (1876 - 1916)
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  • July 14 Dada, Zurich: "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," Ball exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." ("The First Dada Manifesto")

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