1635 in literature
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The year 1635 in literature involved some significant events.
- February 22 - In Paris, the Académie française is founded.
- May 6 - The King's Men perform Othello at the Blackfriars Theatre.
- Birth of René Descartes' daughter, Francine.
New books 
- Sir Kenelm Digby - A Conference with a Lady about choice of a Religion
- Thomas Heywood - The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels
- Tirso de Molina - Deleitar aprovechando
- John Selden - Mare Clausum
New drama 
- Francis Bristowe - King Free-Will
- Richard Brome - The Sparagus Garden
- Pierre Corneille - Médée
- William Davenant
- Pedro Calderón de la Barca - Life is a Dream
- Henry Glapthorne
- The Hollander
- The Lady Mother (attr.)
- Jean Mairet - Le Marc-Antoine, ou la Cléopâtre
- Thomas Nabbes - Hannibal and Scipio
- Jean Rotrou - La Bague de l'oubli
- Joseph Rutter - The Shepherd's Holiday performed at Court and published
- James Shirley - The Coronation, The Lady of Pleasure performed; The Traitor published
See 1635 in poetry
- January 13 - Philipp Jakob Spener, theologian (died 1706)
- February 1 - Marquard Gude, classical scholar and collector of inscriptions (died 1689)
- June 3 - Philippe Quinault, dramatist and librettist (died 1688)
- date unknown - Thomas Sprat, theologian (died 1713)
- March - Thomas Randolph (poet), poet and dramatist (born 1605)
- April 7 - Leonard Digges, poet (born 1588)
- April 25 - Alessandro Tassoni, poet (born 1565)
- July 28 - Richard Corbet, poet (born 1582)
- August 27 - Lope de Vega, dramatist and poet (born 1562)
- October 18 - Jean de Schelandre, poet (born c.1585)
- November 8 - Aodh Buidhe Mac an Bhaird, historian and hagiographer (born c. 1593)
- November 25 - Dr John Hall, son-in-law of William Shakespeare