1835 in literature
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The year 1835 in literature involved some significant literary events and new works.
- February 17 - William Colenso prints the first book in New Zealand, a translation into the Māori language of the Epistle to the Philippians and Epistle to the Ephesians.
- May 8 - The first of Hans Christian Andersen's 168 fantastic stories are published as Fairy Tales Told for Children. First Collection (Eventyr, fortalte for Børn) by C. A. Reitzel in Copenhagen including "The Tinderbox" (Fyrtøiet) and "The Princess and the Pea" (Prinsessen paa Ærten). On December 16 a second collection including "Thumbelina" (Tommelise) is published.
- Memoir of James Jackson, written by Susan Paul, is the earliest-known published narrative by an African-American woman and the first account documenting the life of a free black child in the United States.
- The annual Icelandic language journal Fjölnir is first published in Copenhagen by four Icelanders, Jónas Hallgrímsson, Konráð Gíslason, Brynjólfur Pétursson and Tómas Sæmundsson (the Fjölnismenn), promoting romanticism in Icelandic literature and the Icelandic independence movement.
- Bertelsmann founded as a religious printer and publisher.
- The remains of Jonathan Swift are uncovered during work on St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, and inspected by William Wilde, an apprentice surgeon at this time.
- Hans Christian Andersen
- Honoré de Balzac -
- Edward George Bulwer-Lytton - The Student
- Théophile Gautier - Mademoiselle de Maupin
- Nikolai Gogol
- Joseph C. Hart - Miriam Coffin, or The Whale-Fisherman
- Nathaniel Hawthorne - The Devil in Manuscript
- Washington Irving - The Crayon Miscellany (three short stories), including "A Tour on the Prairies"
- John P. Kennedy - Horseshoe Robinson
- Frederick Marryat - The Pacha of Many Tales
- Hugh Miller - Scenes and Legends in the North of Scotland
- Mary Russell Mitford - Belford Regis
- Caroline Norton - The Wife, and Woman's Reward
- Julia Pardoe - The Mardens and the Daventrys
- G. W. M. Reynolds - The Youthful Imposter
- Catharine Maria Sedgwick - The Linwoods
- Mary Shelley - Lodore
- Alfred de Vigny - Servitude et grandeur militaires
- Georg Büchner - Dantons Tod (published)
- Christian Dietrich Grabbe - Hannibal
- Victor Hugo - Angelo, Tyrant of Padua
- Friedrich Kaiser - Hans Hasenkopf
- Thomas Noon Talfourd - Ion
- Alfred de Vigny - Chatterton
New short stories
- Robert Browning - Paracelsus
- Elias Lönnrot (comp.) - Kalevala
- Karl August Nicander - Hesperider
- See also 1835 in poetry
- Maria Callcott - Little Arthur's History of England
- Alexis de Tocqueville - Democracy in America, vol. 1
- David Strauss - Das Leben Jesu, kritisch bearbeitet ("The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined"; publication begins)
- Connop Thirlwall - History of Greece (publication begins)
- Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun - Souvenirs (autobiography)
- June 26 - Thomas W. Knox, journalist and travel writer (died 1896)
- November 30 - Samuel Langhorne Clemens, novelist and humorist (died 1910)
- December 4 - Samuel Butler, novelist (died 1902)
- January 1 - Mátyás Godina, Slovene writer and teacher
- March 30 - Richard Sharp ("Conversation Sharp"), British politician, poet, critic and wit, 75
- April 8 - Wilhelm von Humboldt, German philosopher, 67
- April 17 - William Henry Ireland, English poet and forger of Shakespeariana, 59
- June 18 - William Cobbett, English journalist and social commentator, 72
- December 17 - Pierre Louis Roederer, French politician, economist, and historian, 81
- December 25 - Antoine Ó Raifteiri, Irish poet, "last of the wandering bards", 56
- "The Trail Of Waitangi". Retrieved 2013-08-22.