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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Brenda Niall Wins the National Biography Prize for Mannix
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'In researching her biography of Daniel Mannix, the Archbishop of Melbourne for 46 years, Brenda Niall was surprised to find how liberal his views were on most issues: he opposed World War I conscription, capital and corporal punishment, and the White Australia policy; supported the church reforms of Vatican II; and called for more openness in teaching children about sex. ...'


  • Includes portrait of Award-winning author Brenda Niall

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    y separately published work icon Brisbane Times 8 August 2016 9797916 2016 newspaper issue 2016
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  • Mannix Brenda Niall , 2015 single work biography
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