Walter Jens (8 March 1923 – 9 June 2013) was a German philologist, literature historian, critic, university professor and writer. He was born in Hamburg, and attended the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums from 1933 to 1941, when he gained his abitur, before studying at the University of Hamburg. In the early 1940s, Jens joined the NSDAP. He denied having applied for membership actively and claims that he had become a member automatically because he was a member of the Hitler Youth and that he never received a membership card. During World War II, he earned a doctorate in Freiburg with a work about Sophocles' tragedy and habilitated at age 26 with the work Tacitus und die Freiheit (Tacitus and Freedom) at the University of Tübingen. Jens was a member of the Turnerschaft .

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  • فالتر يينس Walter Jens (و. 8 مارس 1923 في هامبورغ-ت. 9 يونيو 2013) هو أديب وفيلولوجي ومؤرخ أدبي وناقد وأستاذ جامعي ومترجم ألماني. (ar)
  • Ο Βάλτερ Γενς (Walter Jens, 8 Μαρτίου 1923 – 9 Ιουνίου 2013) ήταν Γερμανός φιλόλογος, ιστορικός και κριτικός της λογοτεχνίας, καθηγητής πανεπιστημίου και συγγραφέας. (el)
  • Walter Jens (* 8. März 1923 in Hamburg; † 9. Juni 2013 in Tübingen) war ein deutscher Altphilologe, Literaturhistoriker, Schriftsteller, Kritiker und Übersetzer. Er war Ordinarius für Rhetorik an der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Präsident des PEN-Zentrums Deutschland und Präsident der Akademie der Künste zu Berlin. (de)
  • Walter JENS [valte jens] (naskiĝis la 8-an de marto 1923 en Hamburgo, mortis la 9-an de junio 2013 en Tubingeno) estis germana verkisto, literaturkritikisto, tradukisto kaj publicisto. Studinte germanistikon kaj klasikan filologion li post la Dua mondmilito komencis verki. Ekde 1950 li apartenis al la komunumo Gruppe 47, en 1956 li fariĝis profesoro pri klasika filologio en Tübingen (Universitato de Tubingeno) kaj de 1963 ĝis 1988 li en la sama universitato okupis profesoran postenon pri retoriko. De 1976 ĝis 1982 li estis la prezidento de la germana PEN-Centro. La verkaro de Walter Jens konsistas el rakontoj kaj romanoj, dramoj por teatro, radio kaj televido, literatursciencaj traktatoj kaj eseoj. (eo)
  • Walter Jens (Hanburgo, Alemania, 1923ko martxoaren 8a - Tübingen, 2013ko ekainaren 9a) alemaniar idazlea zen. (eu)
  • Walter Jens (8 March 1923 – 9 June 2013) was a German philologist, literature historian, critic, university professor and writer. He was born in Hamburg, and attended the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums from 1933 to 1941, when he gained his abitur, before studying at the University of Hamburg. In the early 1940s, Jens joined the NSDAP. He denied having applied for membership actively and claims that he had become a member automatically because he was a member of the Hitler Youth and that he never received a membership card. During World War II, he earned a doctorate in Freiburg with a work about Sophocles' tragedy and habilitated at age 26 with the work Tacitus und die Freiheit (Tacitus and Freedom) at the University of Tübingen. Jens was a member of the Turnerschaft . From 1950 on, Jens was a member of the Group 47. That year, he had his breakthrough with the novel Nein. Die Welt der Angeklagten. One distinguishing characteristic of his literary work is that he interprets current events by looking back at the past. From 1965 to 1988, Jens held the chair for General Rhetoric at the University of Tübingen, which was created in order to keep him at the university. Under the pseudonym Momos, he wrote television reviews for Die Zeit. From 1976 to 1982, he was president of the International PEN center in Germany. From 1989 to 1997, he was president of the Academy of Arts, Berlin, and afterwards he was the honorary president. From 1990 to 1995, he was chairman of the . Jens suffered from dementia, which began to manifest in 2004. He died in 2013 in Tübingen. (en)
  • Walter Jens, né le 8 mars 1923 à Hambourg et mort le 9 juin 2013 à Tübingen, est un professeur émérite en rhétorique de l'université Eberhard Karl de Tübingen, spécialiste allemand de philologie classique, historien de la littérature, aussi écrivain, critique et traducteur. Il fut président du PEN club de la République fédérale d'Allemagne et président de l'Académie des arts de Berlin. Il était l'auteur de nombreux ouvrages d'histoire littéraire (dont plusieurs corédigés avec sa femme Inge Jens) et de livres de réflexion, portant notamment sur l'éthique de fin de vie. Comme philologue classique, il s'attacha, par des traductions et des essais, à éclairer et actualiser la littérature grecque ancienne et les récits du Nouveau Testament. Se revendiquant chrétien, il s'engagea pour la paix, notamment en s'opposant, dans les années 1980, à l'installation des missiles de croisière sur le sol allemand et en acceptant de cacher des déserteurs américains dans son logis lors de la Deuxième Guerre du Golfe. Une de ses œuvres de fiction, le roman le Monde des accusés, dénonciation des utopies totalitaires, eut un certain retentissement en France dans les années 1950. (fr)
  • Walter Jens (Amburgo, 8 marzo 1923 – Tubinga, 9 giugno 2013) è stato uno scrittore tedesco. Membro del gruppo 47, fu presidente del PEN International dal 1976 al 1982, dal 1989 al 1997 presidente dell'Akademie der Künste e dal 1990 al 1995 direttore della Fondazione Martin Niemöller. (it)
  • Вальтер Йенс (нем. Walter Jens; 8 марта 1923, Гамбург — 9 июня 2013, Тюбинген) — немецкий писатель, публицист, филолог, литературный критик. Входил в «Группу 47». Среди наиболее известных произведений Вальтера Йенса — документально-биографический роман «Фрау Томас Манн» (нем. Frau Thomas Mann; 2003, рус. перевод 2006) о жене писателя Томаса Манна. (ru)
  • Walter Jens, född 8 mars 1923 i Hamburg, Tyskland, död 9 juni 2013 i Tübingen, var en tysk filolog, litteraturhistoriker, kritiker och författare. (sv)
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  • فالتر يينس Walter Jens (و. 8 مارس 1923 في هامبورغ-ت. 9 يونيو 2013) هو أديب وفيلولوجي ومؤرخ أدبي وناقد وأستاذ جامعي ومترجم ألماني. (ar)
  • Ο Βάλτερ Γενς (Walter Jens, 8 Μαρτίου 1923 – 9 Ιουνίου 2013) ήταν Γερμανός φιλόλογος, ιστορικός και κριτικός της λογοτεχνίας, καθηγητής πανεπιστημίου και συγγραφέας. (el)
  • Walter Jens (* 8. März 1923 in Hamburg; † 9. Juni 2013 in Tübingen) war ein deutscher Altphilologe, Literaturhistoriker, Schriftsteller, Kritiker und Übersetzer. Er war Ordinarius für Rhetorik an der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Präsident des PEN-Zentrums Deutschland und Präsident der Akademie der Künste zu Berlin. (de)
  • Walter Jens (Hanburgo, Alemania, 1923ko martxoaren 8a - Tübingen, 2013ko ekainaren 9a) alemaniar idazlea zen. (eu)
  • Walter Jens (Amburgo, 8 marzo 1923 – Tubinga, 9 giugno 2013) è stato uno scrittore tedesco. Membro del gruppo 47, fu presidente del PEN International dal 1976 al 1982, dal 1989 al 1997 presidente dell'Akademie der Künste e dal 1990 al 1995 direttore della Fondazione Martin Niemöller. (it)
  • Вальтер Йенс (нем. Walter Jens; 8 марта 1923, Гамбург — 9 июня 2013, Тюбинген) — немецкий писатель, публицист, филолог, литературный критик. Входил в «Группу 47». Среди наиболее известных произведений Вальтера Йенса — документально-биографический роман «Фрау Томас Манн» (нем. Frau Thomas Mann; 2003, рус. перевод 2006) о жене писателя Томаса Манна. (ru)
  • Walter Jens, född 8 mars 1923 i Hamburg, Tyskland, död 9 juni 2013 i Tübingen, var en tysk filolog, litteraturhistoriker, kritiker och författare. (sv)
  • Walter Jens (8 March 1923 – 9 June 2013) was a German philologist, literature historian, critic, university professor and writer. He was born in Hamburg, and attended the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums from 1933 to 1941, when he gained his abitur, before studying at the University of Hamburg. In the early 1940s, Jens joined the NSDAP. He denied having applied for membership actively and claims that he had become a member automatically because he was a member of the Hitler Youth and that he never received a membership card. During World War II, he earned a doctorate in Freiburg with a work about Sophocles' tragedy and habilitated at age 26 with the work Tacitus und die Freiheit (Tacitus and Freedom) at the University of Tübingen. Jens was a member of the Turnerschaft . (en)
  • Walter JENS [valte jens] (naskiĝis la 8-an de marto 1923 en Hamburgo, mortis la 9-an de junio 2013 en Tubingeno) estis germana verkisto, literaturkritikisto, tradukisto kaj publicisto. Studinte germanistikon kaj klasikan filologion li post la Dua mondmilito komencis verki. Ekde 1950 li apartenis al la komunumo Gruppe 47, en 1956 li fariĝis profesoro pri klasika filologio en Tübingen (Universitato de Tubingeno) kaj de 1963 ĝis 1988 li en la sama universitato okupis profesoran postenon pri retoriko. De 1976 ĝis 1982 li estis la prezidento de la germana PEN-Centro. (eo)
  • Walter Jens, né le 8 mars 1923 à Hambourg et mort le 9 juin 2013 à Tübingen, est un professeur émérite en rhétorique de l'université Eberhard Karl de Tübingen, spécialiste allemand de philologie classique, historien de la littérature, aussi écrivain, critique et traducteur. Il fut président du PEN club de la République fédérale d'Allemagne et président de l'Académie des arts de Berlin. (fr)
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