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Hans J. Schütz

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'''Hans J. Schütz''' (born [[1936]]) is a German freelance author and translator. He is the translator of several books by and about [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] into German. Currently, he lives in [[wikipedia:Bremen|Bremen]].
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'''Hans J. Schütz''' (born [[1936]]) is a German author and translator. He is the translator of several books by and about [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] into German. Currently, he lives in [[wikipedia:Bremen|Bremen]].  
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Hans J. Schütz’s works as an author are for the most part about literary themes, for example unknown German poets of the 20th century, the history of censorship in literature and jewish authors.
  
 
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* [[2009]]: [[The Road Goes Ever On and On: The Map of Tolkien's Middle-earth]] (''Die Straße gleitet fort und fort: Die Karte von Tolkiens Mittelerde'') (co-translator Joachim Körber)
 
* [[2009]]: [[The Road Goes Ever On and On: The Map of Tolkien's Middle-earth]] (''Die Straße gleitet fort und fort: Die Karte von Tolkiens Mittelerde'') (co-translator Joachim Körber)
  
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Cover of Hans J. Schütz’s German translation of Unfinished Tales of Númenor and Middle-earth.

Hans J. Schütz (born 1936) is a German freelance author and translator. He is the translator of several books by and about J.R.R. Tolkien into German. Currently, he lives in Bremen.

Hans J. Schütz’s works as an author are for the most part about literary themes, for example unknown German poets of the 20th century, the history of censorship in literature and jewish authors.

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