Gonne


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Irish patriot and a founder of the Sinn Fein (1865-1953)

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The 1916 Rising changed Sean MacBride's life; the book chronicles the breakdown of his world, torn from the comfort and safety of Paris, where he and Gonne lived, and cast into the uncertainty of Ireland.
Black Books star Tamsin Greig is rumoured to play Gonne.
Let the Minnesota Lice Lady, Gonne Asser (it's pronounced Honnah and reflects her Dutch ancestry), take those lousy worries away.
All things can tempt me from this craft of verse' he wrote, before checking his Twitter feed, texting Maud Gonne and staring distractedly out of the window into the green Sligo fields while his poem slowly congealed.
Mogelijkerwijs was Nietzsche belangrijker voor Emants dan hij zelf in een brief aan Gonne Loman-van-Uildriks wilde toegeven; hij schreef immers: "Van Nietzsche houd ik niet veel; die is mij te waanwijs en te weinig systematisch.
Interestingly enough, there are a number of gonne shields still extant, so we can only assume that Hank Ocho, realizing their impracticality, stuck them away in the Tower and turned his attention to other more fun, practical things like blowing off Pope Julius II, establishing the English Reformation and lopping off the heads of sundry spouses.
The Indian cafe and the occult bookstore that had been forgotten by time, which is immaterial, are gone, and so are the endless rainy afternoons when I sat reading--or trying to read-- the mystical tracts of the Golden Dawn that so inspired Yeats and Maud Gonne, while a cranky one-armed waiter played chess by himself in the comer.
The responses Oates provoked were diverse, ranging from Elizabeth Butler Cullingford's discussion of the various, mitigating implications of an allusion to Apollo and Daphne to Marjorie Perloff's skeptical re-reading of the poem as a veiled love song for Maud Gonne to Charles Lock's frontal attack on the "triviality" of "ideological" reading (Lock 1999, 210).
My lord wyll that you with mee gonne to heaven-blysse, both blood and bone, evermore there to bee.
In this extract we see references (although it is in their denial) to historical events in March 1804 at Castle Hill, when a badly planned Irish insurgence broke out, to McBride--a name that is intimately associated with Irish nationalism (John McBride married Maud Gonne in 1903).
If Pattie was no Maud Gonne or Lou Andreas-Salome or Alma Schindler Mahler Gropius Werfel (of Tom Lehrer's immortal "Which of your magical wands / Got you Gustav and Walter and Franz?
Yeats and married to Isuelt Gonne, he rejected the notion of an Irish national literature.
95) Visitors who attended events at the school or addressed the boys included Douglas Hyde, (1860-1949), Countess Markievicz, (1868-1927) Roger Casement, (1864-1916), Maud Gonne McBride, (1865-1953), Eoin MacNeill, (1867-1945), Standish O'Grady (1846-1928) and Padraig Colum (1881-1872).
For example in Ireland, during the Gaelic Revival, Literary Renaissance and foundation of the Free State, writers such as William Butler Yeats, James Joyce, John Millington Synge, Sean O'Casey and Maude Gonne were highly influential in pronouncing and developing the nature of Irish identity within the Irish Free State during the early twentieth century (Kiberd 1995).
Gonne, Secretary to Government, Bombay, to Samuel Bacon Fairbank, December 29, 1868.