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This Day in the Arts: March 25

1918:

French composer Claude Debussy, whose music marks the transition from late Romantic to 20th-century Modern, dies in Paris.

1957:

Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” is seized by United States Customs as it comes from the printer in London because it is considered obscene.


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