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Flow On, Lovely River (1941), and Watergate (1942). Francis MacManus Award" redirects here. The competition is run by RTÉ, Ireland's national broadcaster, in memory of Francis MacManus and is open to entries written in Irish or English from authors born or resident in Ireland. Other major works include the novel The Greatest of These (1943), concerning religious conflict in nineteenth-century Kilkenny, and the biographies Boccaccio (1947) and Saint Columban (1963).
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Francis MacManus, who died suddenly 50 years ago on November 27th, at the relatively . The book describes the clerical life in a sensitive manner. MacManus joined Radio Éireann in 1948 and became its director of features
Francis MacManus, who died suddenly 50 years ago on November 27th, at the relatively young age of 56, made a major contribution to Irish writing and broadcasting during his lifetime. It is unlikely that his novels continue to be popular and his name is probably best known now for the Francis MacManus Short Story Competition, which RTÉ radio established 30 years ago. He was born in Kilkenny in November 1909, the eldest of five children. MacManus joined Radio Éireann in 1948 and became its director of features. He began the very valuable Thomas Davis Lectures series in 1953.
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Francis MacManus wrote 15 books. These include Stand and Give Challenge (1934) which was the first part of a trilogy of novels about the Gaelic poet Donnacha Ruadh Mac Conmara, followed by Candle for the Proud (1936) and Men Withering (1939). Men Withering received the Harmsworth Award of the Irish Academy of Letters for the best Irish novel of the year (1939).
Author: Francis MacManus
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Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor (1978)
Pages: 111 pages
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