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This Day in the Arts: July 24

1802:

French author Alexandre Dumas, known for his novels The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers, is born.

1991:

Nobel Prize-winning Polish-American writer Isaac Bashevis Singer dies. Among his many works are 18 novels and 14 children’s books.


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