Rice for the Moon and Other Stories

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Winner of The Scottish International Poetry Competition, The Oliver Goldsmith Competition, Cecil Day Lewis Awards, Moore Literary Convention, Cavan Crystal Awards, William Allingham Festival. Michael Collins managed to avert bloodshed in the short term by organising a pact with Eamon de Valera to re-unite Sinn Fein and a similar initiative with the anti-Treaty IRA, which proposed joint operations against Northern Ireland. Ultimately, the Easter Rising achieved almost everything the rebels had hoped for.

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Publisher: Cellar Book Shop (March 1986)

ISBN: 9711002477

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