Ina Seidel

| birth_place = Halle, Saxony, Prussia, Germany | death_date = | death_place = Ebenhausen (Schäftlarn), Munich, Bavaria, West Germany | occupation = Lyric poet
Novelist | education = | notable_works = | spouse = Heinrich Wolfgang Seidel (1876-1945)
(''spouse and cousin: hence the shared pre-marriage family name'') | parents = Hermann Seidel (1855–1895)
Emma Auguste "Emmy" Loesevitz (1861–1945) | children = Heilwig Seidel / Schulte-Strathaus (1908-)
Ulrike Seidel (1915-1918)
Georg Heinrich Balthasar Seidel (1919-1992) | website = }} Ina Seidel (15 September 1885 – 3 October 1974) was a German lyric poet and novelist. Favourite themes included motherhood and the mysteries of race and heredity. In 1964, she was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature by German philologist Günther Jachmann. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1948
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1958
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1959
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1944
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1962
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1948
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1944
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1960
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1948
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1955
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1965
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1954
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1941
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1919
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by Seidel, Ina
Published 1960
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