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-:[[1610]] - [[1611]] - [[1612]] - [[1613]] - [[1614]] - [[1615]] - [[1616]] - [[1617]] - [[1618]] - [[1619]]+English writer [[William Shakespeare]] and Spanish author [[Miguel de Cervantes]] both die on [[April 23]].
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-* [[William Shakespeare]], English writer who has a reputation as the greatest of all writers+
-* [[Cervantes]], Spanish author, best known for his novel ''Don Quixote de la Mancha''+
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English writer William Shakespeare and Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes both die on April 23.




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