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 +""[[Better Living Through Chemistry|Better things for better living … through chemistry]]" was a [[Dupont]] [[advertising slogan]] that ran from 1935 until 1982."--Sholem Stein
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 +'''1935''' is the 35th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the [[1930s]] decade.
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
-*''[[Valerie and Her Week of Wonders]]'' (or ''Valerie a týden divů'') is a [[1935]] novel by [[surrealist literature|surrealist]] [[Czech writer]] [[Vítězslav Nezval]]. 
-===Film== 
-*''[[Carnival in Flanders]]'' (1935) - Jacques Feyder 
-*The Devil Is a Woman (1935) - Josef von Sternberg 
-*Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester in James Whale's 1935 The Bride of Frankenstein 
-*Pan Pacific Auditorium (1935) - Becket Wurdeman 
-*SS Normandie (1935) - Cassandre 
-==Literature== 
-*"[[The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction]]" by [[Benjamin]] 
-*''[[The House in Paris]]'' 
-*''[[Make It New: Essays]]]'' by Ezra Pound 
 +==Film==
 +*''[[Carnival in Flanders]]'' by [[Jacques Feyder]]
 +*''[[The Devil Is a Woman (1935 film)|The Devil Is a Woman]]'' by [[Josef von Sternberg]]
 +*Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester in [[James Whale]]'s ''[[The Bride of Frankenstein]]''
 +==Visual culture==
 +*[[Pan Pacific Auditorium]] (1935) - Becket Wurdeman
 +*[[SS Normandie]] (1935) - Cassandre
 +*''[[Departure (painting)|Departure]]'' (1932-1935) by [[Max Beckmann]]
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 +==Literature==
 +*''[[Valerie and Her Week of Wonders]]'' (or ''Valerie a týden divů'') is a novel by [[Czech surrealist]] [[Vítězslav Nezval]].
 +*"[[The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction]]" by Walter Benjamin
 +*''[[The House in Paris]]'' by Elizabeth Bowen
 +*''[[Make It New]]'' by Ezra Pound
 +*''[[Blue of Noon]]'' by Georges Bataille
 +*''[[A Universal History of Infamy]]'', a collection of stories by Jorge Luis Borges
 +*''[[The Shadow Out of Time]]'' by Lovecraft
 +*''[[Quartier nègre]]'' by Simenon
== Births == == Births ==
 +
 +*[[November 11]] - [[Bibi Andersson]], Swedish actress (d. 2019)
 +
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
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1935 is the 35th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the 1930s decade.

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