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Wilhelmine Heimburg (1848–1912)

Heimburg, Wilhelmine (hīm’börg), pseudonym of Bertha Behrens. A German story-writer; born at Thale, Sept. 7, 1848; died in 1912. Her principal works are: ‘From the Life of my Old Friend’ (1879); ‘Lumpenmüller’s Lisbeth’ (1879); ‘The Wendhusen Cloister’ (1880); ‘Her Only Brother’ (2d ed. 1883); ‘Crises of the Heart’ (1888); ‘Under the Linden’ (1888), short stories; ‘Forest Flowers’ (5th ed. 1891), a collection of short stories; ‘An Insignificant Woman’ (1891); ‘Miss Useless’ (1893).