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== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
 +*[[1607]] - [[Great Parliament Fart]]
 +*[[1877]] - [[Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky]]'s [[ballet]] ''[[Swan Lake]]'' premiers at the [[Bolshoi Theatre]] in [[Moscow]].
 +*[[1966]] - [[John Lennon on Christianity|John Lennon's controversial statement on Christianity]] first published in the United Kingdom.
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==Births== ==Births==
 +*[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]])
 +*[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]])
 +*[[1913]] - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. 1952)
 +*[[1928]] - [[Alan Sillitoe]], English writer (d. 2010)
 +*[[1941]] - [[Adrian Lyne]], English film director
 +*[[1948]] - [[James Ellroy]], American writer
 +*[[1953]] - [[Geoff Nicholson ]], British novelist and non-fiction writer
 +*[[1958]] - [[Lennie Lee]], British artist
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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
-==Notes==+*[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]])
-Geoff Nicholson +*[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]])
-Antonin Artaud +*[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]])
-Lennie Lee +*[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]])
-Nikolai Gogol +*[[1948]] - [[Antonin Artaud]], French actor/director (b. [[1896]])
-William Carlos Williams +*[[1963]] - [[William Carlos Williams]], American poet (b. [[1883]])
-Antonio Vivaldi +*[[1987]] - [[Maria Jolas ]], American writer and translator (b. [[1893]])
-Franz Marc +*[[1995]] – [[eden ahbez]], Scottish-American songwriter and recording artist (b. 1908)
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-Abraham Lincoln +
-Hans von Aachen +
-Maria Jolas +
-Knockout (comic) +
-Alan Sillitoe +
-Adrian Lyne +
-John Lennon on Christianity +
-Jean-Baptiste Greuze +
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