Hilde Knorr Hilde Knorr i(A14614 works by) (birth name: Hilde Alice Dent) (a.k.a. Hilde Alice; Knörr, Hilda Knorr)
Born: Established: 28 Jan 1917 La Trobe Valley, Gippsland, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 10 Oct 2009 Greensborough, Watsonia - Greensborough - Plenty area, Melbourne - Northeast, Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Female
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Descended from English and Scottish pioneers of the Latrobe Valley, Hilde Knörr grew up in the Moe-Warragul district, then studied music in Melbourne. She married the Bavarian-born sculptor, Hans Knörr, and began writing articles and short stories when her children were small. She published novels, short fiction, biography and poetry. She also published the non-fiction works Religious Art in Australia (1967) and Merriang: An Early Victorian Homestead (1981), a property at Myrtleford, Victoria, where Knörr had resided.

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  • This author is more generally represented with the name in this form: Hilda Knörr.
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