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- 1835 - French censorship: the September 1835 laws ban political caricature, thus Le Charivari begins publishing satires of everyday life.
- 1880 - Louise Augustine escapes from the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, disguised as a man.
- 1886 - The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works is finalized.
- 1956 - Elvis Presley debuts on American television.
- 1999 - Peter Sloterdijk declares critical theory "dead".
- 1828 - Leo Tolstoy, Russian novelist (d. 1910)
- 1873 - Max Reinhardt, German film director and actor (d. 1943)
- 1932 - Sylvia Miles, American actress
- 1952 - Manuel Göttsching, German musician
- 1976 - Emma de Caunes, French film actress
- 1569 - Pieter Brueghel the Elder, Belgian painter and printmaker (b. c. 1525 )
- 1898 - Stéphane Mallarmé, French poet (b. 1842)
- 1899 - Brassaï, Hungarian-born photographer and filmmaker (d. 1984)
- 1901 - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French painter (b. 1864)
- 1947 - Victor Horta, Belgian architect and designer. (b. 1861)
- 1981 - Jacques Lacan, French psychoanalyst (b. 1901)
- 2006 - Gérard Brach, French screenwriter (b. 1927)
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