Maud Gonne

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Noun1.Maud Gonne - Irish patriot and a founder of the Sinn Fein (1865-1953)Maud Gonne - Irish patriot and a founder of the Sinn Fein (1865-1953)
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The re-interment gave him the chance to speak his mind to Maud Gonne's son Sean MacBride, then Irish Minister for External Affairs, on the need to address the issues of censorship, divorce, birth control and the place of organized religion in the Irish constitution if there was ever to be any hope of a reunited country.
Sea views abound in the lounges, bars and swish restaurants such as the Maud Gonne, a la carte Lady Gregory and Boylan's Brasserie.
Guests can eat in the Lady Gregory Restaurant, enjoy a snack in the Maud Gonne Bar & Lounge or watch a film in The Abbey and The Peacock cinemas.
Bus and ferry can bring you to the famous lake isle of Innisfree that hummed peacefully in Yeats's memory amid the bustle of London, or to the Salley Gardens where he would rendezvous with Maud Gonne, ever aloof.
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Some topics include the legend of Napoleon in Irish history, Ireland in 19th-century French thought, John Patrick Leonard and the Irish colony in Paris, Maud Gonne and Irish revolutionary agitation in Paris, and Ludovic Naudeau and the Irish War of Independence.
Women's subordination and theirexclusion from politically correct nation-building businessarealsomanifest in Yeats's "No Second Troy." In this poem, Maud Gonne's active involvement in politics is criticized.
The End Of Romance will focus on the Irish writer's 1917 trip to Normandy to try to propose to nationalist Maud Gonne.
This context then receives an added urgency and relevance when Yeats famously meets Maud Gonne, the beautiful and violent Irish revolutionary for whom Yeats yearned much of his life and whose feelings for him did not quite amount to love.
One day a Miss Maud Gonne arrived in a hansom at Bedford Park, where the Yeats family lived.
Other one-of-a-kind experiences include lunch at Rosnaree, home of Aisling Law, great-granddaughter of Maud Gonne, Irish revolutionary and great love and muse of William Rutler Yeats, with whom she founded the Abbey Theatre.