Author

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Jens Peter Jacobsen

Danish novelist, poet, scientist (1847-1885)

1847   -   1885

movement: literary realism
country of citizenship: Denmark
language of expression: Danish, English
educated at: University of Copenhagen
occupation: botanist, poet, translator, novelist, writer
influenced by: Gustave Flaubert, Stendhal, Émile Zola

Jens Peter Jacobsen (7 April 1847 – 30 April 1885) was a Danish novelist, poet, and scientist, in Denmark often just written as "J. P. Jacobsen" (and pronounced "I. P. Jacobsen"). He began the naturalist movement in Danish literature and was a part of the Modern Breakthrough.
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Works

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Niels Lyhne

novel by Danish writer Jens Peter Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

1880

Fru Marie Grubbe

book by Jens Peter Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

1876

To verdener

novelle af J.P. Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

Et Skud i Taagen

novelle af J.P. Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

Pesten i Bergamo

novelle af J.P. Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

Mogens, and Other Stories

collection of short stories

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

1882

Mogens

short-story by Jens Peter Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

1872

Der burde have været Roser

novelle af Jens Peter Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

Fru Fønss

novelle af Jens Peter Jacobsen

author: Jens Peter Jacobsen

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