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Johannes V. Jensen (1873–1950)


Danish novelist Johannes Vilhelm Jensen was born in Faroe, Denmark, in 1873, the son of a veterinarian. He went to school in Viborg, then studied medicine at the University of Copenhagen, but did not finish his studies; he dropped out to travel the world and write. In 1897 he made his first trip to the US, and returned several times (in fact, two ... See full bio »

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(age 77) in Copenhagen, Denmark

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Madame d' Ora Writer
(1918)
(1935)
(1963)
(1948)

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 1963 Suddenly, a Woman! (novel "Gudrun")
 1948 They Caught the Ferry (Short) (story)
 1947 Johannes V. Jensen (Short) (novel "Grundtanken i mit forfatterskab")
 1943 Johannes V. Jensen (novel "Som dreng skar jeg skibe")
 1935 Hvad er verden? (text)
 1918 Madame d' Ora (novel)
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 1947 Johannes V. Jensen (Short)
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 1956 When the Mills are Running (lyrics: "Hvor smiler fager den danske kyst" - uncredited)
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 1943 Johannes V. Jensen
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 1922 Johannes V. Jensen
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 2002 Danske digtere (TV Series documentary)
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- 1900-1918 (2002) ... Himself
 2001 Digtere, divaer og dogmebrødre (TV Series documentary)
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- 1900-1918 (2001) ... Himself
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Book: "The Long Journey". See more »
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For many years I was engaged in journalism, writing articles and chronicles for the daily press without ever joining the staff of any newspaper. See more »

Trivia:

Awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize for Literature.

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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