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 +"We do not know whether the [[humanities|study of the humanities]], of the noblest that has been said and thought, can do very much to [[humanize]]. We do not know; and surely there is something rather terrible in our doubt whether the study and delight a man finds in [[William Shakespeare |Shakespeare]] make him any less capable of organizing a [[Nazi concentration camps|concentration camp]]." --"[[To Civilize Our Gentlemen]]" (1965) by George Steiner
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 +'''1965''' is the 965th year of the 2nd millennium, the 65th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the 1960s decade.
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
*''[[The Responsive Eye]]'' exhibition in New York *''[[The Responsive Eye]]'' exhibition in New York
*[[Nova magazine]] launched *[[Nova magazine]] launched
-*The term [[hippie]] coined by San Francisco writer [[Michael Fallon]] +*The term [[hippie]] coined by San Francisco writer Michael Fallon
*[[Allen Ginsberg]] visits London at the occasion of the [[International Poetry Incarnation]] *[[Allen Ginsberg]] visits London at the occasion of the [[International Poetry Incarnation]]
*[[Valentina (comics)|Valentina]] by Crepax introduced *[[Valentina (comics)|Valentina]] by Crepax introduced
=== Film === === Film ===
-*''[[Diary of a Chambermaid]]'' +*''[[Repulsion (film)|Repulsion]]'' by Roman Polanski
-*''[[I, a Woman]]''+*''[[Alphaville (film)|Alphaville]]'' by Jean-Luc Godard
-*''[[Repulsion]]''+*''[[The Loved One (film)|The Loved One]]'' by Tony Richardson
-*''[[Andy Warhol's Camp]]'' +*''[[The Collector (1965 film)|The Collector]]'' by William Wyler
-*''[[Alphaville]]'' +*''[[Pierrot le Fou]]'' by Jean-Luc Godard
-*''[[The Loved One]]'' - Tony Richardson+*''[[The 10th Victim]]'' by Elio Petri
-*''[[Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!]]'' - Russ Meyer+==== Guilty pleasures ====
-*''[[The Collector]]'' - William Wyler+*''[[I, a Woman]]'' by Mac Ahlberg
-*''[[Pierrot le fou]]'' - Jean-Luc Godard+*''[[Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!]]'' by Russ Meyer
-*''[[The Flicker]]'' - Tony Conrad+*''[[Camp (1965 film)|Camp]]'' by Andy Warhol
-*''[[The 10th Victim]]'' - Elio Petri+==== Short ====
-*''[[Now!]]'' by Santiago Álvarez+*''[[The Flicker]]'' by Tony Conrad
 +==== Documentary ====
*''[[Perversion for Profit]]'' documentary *''[[Perversion for Profit]]'' documentary
 +*''[[Now!]]'' by Santiago Álvarez
 +
=== Literature === === Literature ===
====Fiction==== ====Fiction====
*''[[The Painted Bird]]'', novel by Jerzy N. Kosinski *''[[The Painted Bird]]'', novel by Jerzy N. Kosinski
-*''[[Daddy (poem)|Daddy]]'', poem by Sylvia Plath 
*''[[Smallcreep's Day]]'' Peter Currell Brown *''[[Smallcreep's Day]]'' Peter Currell Brown
 +*''[[Things: A Story of the Sixties]]'' by Georges Perec
 +*''[[The Olympia Reader]]'' by Various
 +*''[[Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, and Other Writings]]'' by Marquis de Sade
 +
====Non-fiction==== ====Non-fiction====
*''[[Rabelais and His World]]'', literary theory by Mikhail Bakhtin first published *''[[Rabelais and His World]]'', literary theory by Mikhail Bakhtin first published
 +*"[[Night Words]]" by George Steiner
 +====Poetry====
 +*[[Black Art (poem)|Black Art]] by Amiri Baraka
 +*''[[Daddy (poem)|Daddy]]'', poem by Sylvia Plath
=== Design and fashion === === Design and fashion ===
*Stereo system [[RR126]] by the [[Achille Castiglioni]] and his brother *Stereo system [[RR126]] by the [[Achille Castiglioni]] and his brother
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===Music=== ===Music===
====Singles==== ====Singles====
-*[[I Got You (I Feel Good)]] by [[James Brown]]+*[[I Got You (I Feel Good)]] by James Brown
-*[[Turn! Turn! Turn!]] by [[The Byrds]]+*[[Turn! Turn! Turn!]] by The Byrds
-*[[Liar, Liar (song)|Liar, Liar]] by [[The Castaways]]+*[[Liar, Liar (song)|Liar, Liar]] by The Castaways
-*[[Pushin' Too Hard]] by [[The Seeds]]+*[[Pushin' Too Hard]] by The Seeds
-*[[The Tracks of My Tears]] by [[The Miracles]]+*[[The Tracks of My Tears]] by The Miracles
*[[Going to a Go-Go (song)|Going to a Go-Go]] by The Miracles *[[Going to a Go-Go (song)|Going to a Go-Go]] by The Miracles
*[[Song for My Father (song)|Song for My Father]] by The Horace Silver Quintet *[[Song for My Father (song)|Song for My Father]] by The Horace Silver Quintet
*[[Poupée de cire, poupée de son]] by Gainsbourg *[[Poupée de cire, poupée de son]] by Gainsbourg
 +*[[I've Got the Blues]] by Marvin Jenkins
 +*[[For Your Love]] by The Yardbirds
 +
 +====Albums====
 +*[[Rip, Rig and Panic (album)|''Rip, Rig and Panic'']] by Roland Kirk
== Births == == Births ==
-*[[Eva Ionesco]] +*[[August 22]] – [[David Reimer]], sex change patient in a famous [[gender identity]] case (d. 2004)
 +*[[Eva Ionesco]]
 + 
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
*[[T. S. Eliot]] (1888 – 1965) *[[T. S. Eliot]] (1888 – 1965)

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"We do not know whether the study of the humanities, of the noblest that has been said and thought, can do very much to humanize. We do not know; and surely there is something rather terrible in our doubt whether the study and delight a man finds in Shakespeare make him any less capable of organizing a concentration camp." --"To Civilize Our Gentlemen" (1965) by George Steiner

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1965 is the 965th year of the 2nd millennium, the 65th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the 1960s decade.

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