Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) in doorway of his Hannibal, Missouri home, May 12, 1902. Photo: Anna M. Schnitzlein. Public Domain.
Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) in doorway of his Hannibal, Missouri home, May 12, 1902. Photo: Anna M. Schnitzlein. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Socialistisk Biblioteks Tidslinje med links til begivenheder og personer i 1835.


Se også Index over personer, organisationer/partier og værker (som bøger, malerier, mm.), steder, begivenheder, mv., der er omtalt på hele Tidslinjen, titler og indhold på emnelisterne osv.

 

Nye blade:

Concordia

Se:

Arbejderhistorisk bladliste, 1835-1940, under året 1835


 

14. marts 1835

Trykkefrihedsselskabet oprettes i København. (Opløst 1848).

Se:

Selskabet for Trykkefrihedens rette Brug (Wikipedia.dk)


 

7. august 1835

Danmarks første “fagblad” udkommer, Concordia.

“Et Ugeblad af almeeninteressant Indhold, red. af C.C. Rosenhoff , udg. af Den typografiske Forening, udkom fra aug. 1835 til juni 1839. Concordia er den rom. gudinde for enighed; i forordet til det første nr. af bladet skriver Rosenhoff, at navnet Concordia er valgt, fordi det betyder ‘Samdrægtighed'” (Citat fra Søren Kirkegaards skrifter, udg. af Søren Kierkegaard Centret, noter)

Se:

Arbejderhistorisk Bladliste ovenfor.


 

30. november 1835

Den amerikanske forfatter Mark Twain fødes som Samuel Langhorne Clemens i Florida, Missouri. (Dør i Redding, Connecticut 21. april 1910).

Mark Twain, circa 1898. Photo: Unknown. Public Domain.
Mark Twain, circa 1898. Photo: Unknown. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Se:

Mark Twain (Denstoredanske.dk)

Mark Twain (Wikipedia.org)

"Helen Keller, Miss Sullivan, Mark Twain and Laurence Hutton", no later than 1905. Photo: Unknown. Public Domain.
“Helen Keller, Miss Sullivan, Mark Twain and Laurence Hutton”, no later than 1905. Photo: Unknown. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Den radikale Mark Twain. Af Sven Hakon Rossel (Berlingske.dk, 19. november 2010)

Incandescent memory. By Thomas Powers (London Review of Books, Vol.33, No.9, 28 April 2011). Review of Autobiography of Mark Twain, Vol. I (University of California Press, 2010)

Mark Twain: writer and tribune of the oppressed. By Peter David (Socialist Worker, Issue 2227, 13 November 2010)

100 years ago: Mark Twain dies (World Socialist Web Site, 19 april 2010)

Dead for a century, Twain says what he meant. By Larry Rother (The New York Times, July 9, 2010). On his unexpurgated autobiography.

One hundred years since the death of Mark Twain. By James Brookfield and David Walsh (World Socialist Web Site, 22 April 2010)

The fighting words of Mark Twain. By Tom O’Lincoln (Socialist Alternative, 20 April 2010)

Ken Burns’ Mark Twain: a not quite unflinching portrait. By James Brewer
(World Socialist Web Site, 9 February 2002)

The Mark Twain they didn’t teach in school. By Helen Scott (International Socialist Review, Issue 10, Winter 2000)

Mark Twain and the onset of the imperialist period. By R. Titta (The Internationalist, September-October 1997)

Mark Twain being interviewed by Ernest John Harrison and other reporters from his hotel bed in Vancouver on August 18, 1895. Photo: George Thomas Wadds (1874–1962), photographer. Public domain.
Mark Twain being interviewed by Ernest John Harrison and other reporters from his hotel bed in Vancouver on August 18, 1895. Photo: George Thomas Wadds (1874–1962), photographer. Public domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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