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Wilhelm Jensen

Author Code: GWJN

Born: Feb. 15, 1837 - Heiligenhafen, Holstein, Germany

Died: Nov. 24, 1911 - Munich, Germany

Educated in classics at Kiel and Lubeck and medicine at the universities of Kiel, Wurzburg and Breslau, Jensen took up a literary career rather than continue in medicine. He lived in Stuttgart for a number of years before moving to Flensburg in 1869 to become editor of the Norddeutsche Zeitung. In 1868, he published Die Braune Erica, which met with popular acclaim. He then spent some years in Kiel, before moving to Freiburg im Breisgau in 1876. In 1878, he published Karin von Schweden, which again was extremely popular. In 1888, he moved to Munich where he would reside until his death. Today, Jensen is perhaps best remembered for his novella Gradiva (1903), which was analyzed by Sigmund Freud in 1907. Jensen's other works include Dido (1870), Barthenia (1877), Der Kampf fir's Reich (1884), Aus Stiller Zeit (1885), Gotz und Gisela (1886), Aus See und Sand (1897), Luv und Lee (1897) and Heimath (1901).

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