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Jens Peter Jacobsen (1847–1885)

Jacobsen, Jens Peter (yä’kub-sen). A Danish novelist; born at Thisted, Jutland, April 7, 1847; died at Copenhagen, April 30, 1885. He was a botanist who turned to story-writing and became eminent as a realistic novelist. ‘Mogens,’ ‘Niels Lyhne,’ and ‘Marie Grubbe’ are tales of great merit in plot, construction, and style.