SEUMAS MacMANUS was a prolific Donegal-based author who published a number of books in the . He contributed stories to some of the leading magazines of his day, including Harper's and The Century.
SEUMAS MacMANUS was a prolific Donegal-based author who published a number of books in the . including Donegal Fairy Stories, In Chimney-Corners, The Donegal Wonder-Book, The Well o' the World's End, and A Lad of the O'Friels. He was married to Anna Johnson, who, under the pen name Ethna Carbery, published two volumes of verse, The Passionate Heart and The Four Winds of Erin.
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Seumas MacManus tells Irish history from the heart of an Irishman. Everyone should read this It begins with ancient oral history and ends in the 1920's
Seumas MacManus tells Irish history from the heart of an Irishman. Everyone should read this It begins with ancient oral history and ends in the 1920's. Beautiful written and comprehensive history of ancient Ireland to early 20th century Ireland and it's connection to much of the rest of the world.
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Seumas MacManus from Donegal, the author of several volumes of stories and a frequent contributor to many of the . His subject, "Irish Wit and Humor," seldom has received happier treatment
Seumas MacManus from Donegal, the author of several volumes of stories and a frequent contributor to many of the leading American magazines, addressed the students last Wednesday in Washington Hall. His subject, "Irish Wit and Humor," seldom has received happier treatment. He took us for an hour or more to Mount Charles, Donegal, introducing us the while to "Father Dan," "Hughey McGarrity," "The Postmistress" and the simple, happy peasantry and fisherfolk that dwell around Inver Bay. Most comprehensive history of the Irish race
SEUMAS MacMANUS was a prolific Donegal-based author who published a number of books in the . Most comprehensive history of the Irish race. Much information was unknown to me and probably many others who have nver delved into Irish history. Unfortunately, for someone without knowledge of Gaelic. it was almost impossible to pronounce the names and places referred to in the book.
Seumas MacManus (31 December 1867 – 23 October 1960) was an Irish author, dramatist, and poet known for his ability to reinterpret Irish folktales for modern audiences. Born James McManus on 31 December 1867 in Mountcharles, County Donegal, he was the son of Patrick McManus, a merchant, and Mary Molloy. He became a teacher, and in the 1890s began contributing articles and stories to newspapers in the US.
Pages liked by this Page. The Story Of The Irish Race. he Story of the Irish Race by Seumas MacManus. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. We (Catholics,Christians) are not a people of laws or legislation, rules or regulations ; we are rather a people of The Blessed Sacraments, of Divine Love, of Divine Mercy, and of Divine Compassion and it would benefit each of us immensely both individually and collectively if we would conduct our affairs, whatever they may be political or business public or private in this.
Published by The Irish Publishing Co. (1922). This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks.
This book has been indispensable as a reference in writing the stories of my own ancestors in the context of the history they lived. MacManus' work is essential for a full understanding of Irish history. com User, January 31, 2000. I found it refreshing that I wasn't constantly assaulted with "in your face" revisionism, which seems to be the rite of passage for modern historical writers. MacManus does not try to push some political or social paradigm down your throat.