Donagh MacDonagh

















































Donagh MacDonagh 1912-1968

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Born in Dublin. He was the son of Thomas MacDonagh. He practised law and was made a District Justice in 1941. His most successful work was a play, Happy as Larry, that was translated into many languages. His other works include plays, short stories and poems: Veterans and Other Poems, Godís Gentry, The Hungry Grass and A Warning to Conquerors. With Lennox Robinson he edited The Oxford Book of Irish Verse (1958). He is buried in Dublin.

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