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Thu Oct 16 17:58:28 2014 UTClccn-n790348270.00Heures de Guérite. Poésies d'un dragon. Préface de Miss M. Gonne. Portrait de l'auteur ... Illustrations de ... L. Abbema, etc0.461.00Cuentos maravillosos de la Irlanda céltica /32066208Maud_Gonnen 79034827268420Gonne, Edith Maud.Gonne, Edith Maud 1866-1953Gonne MacBride, Maud.Gonne MacBride, Maud 1866-1953Gonne, Maud.Gonne Maud 1866-1953Gonne, Maude.Gonne, Maude 1866-1953Mac Bride, Maud Gonne.Mac Bride Maud Gonne 1866-1953MacBride, Maud G.MacBride, Maud Gonne 1866-1953MacGiolla Bhrighde Maud 1866-1953Mc Bride, Maud Gonne.Mc Bride Maud Gonne 1866-1953McBride, Maud Gonne.McBride Maud Gonne 1866-1953lccn-n92062059White, Anna MacBrideothedtlccn-n82057064Jeffares, A. Norman(Alexander Norman)1920-2005othedtlccn-n87803103Cardozo, Nancylccn-n78095579Yeats, W. B.(William Butler)1865-1939viaf-306195738Levenson, Samuellccn-n83132740Ward, Margaret1950-np-jeffares, a noman$alexander norman$1920Jeffares, A. Noman(Alexander Norman)1920-lccn-n50013621Young, Ella1867-1956lccn-n50064303Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawnviaf-289673446Mathers, Moina Bergson1890-1928Gonne, Maud1866-1953Records and correspondenceBiographySourcesHistoryFolkloreIrelandGonne, Maud,FeministsWomen revolutionariesWomen politiciansPolitical sciencePoets, IrishCorrespondence (Yeats, W. B.)RevolutionariesYeats, W. B.--(William Butler),Irish questionWomenPoliticiansOccultistsCivilizationMan-woman relationshipsRelations with womenFarr, Florence,Hermetic Order of the Golden DawnHorniman, Annie Elizabeth Fredericka,Quinn, John,United StatesArt patronsLawyersIrish AmericansFairy talesFolkloreMacBride, John,Women political activistsFriendshipMarriageEuropeWomen--Social conditionsTalesMilitary participation--IrishEaster Rising (Ireland : 1916)South African War (1899-1902)Markievicz, Constance de,Nuclear disarmamentNuclear nonproliferationAuthors, IrishPurser, Sarah,TravelAllgood, Sara,NationalismCeltsHistoryWomen--Political activityGregory,--Lady,English literature--Irish authors186619531892189318941895189718991901190219031908190919101919192019221923192419361938193919401941195019621966196819701971197219741975197619771978197919811982198319871988199019911992199319941995199719981999200020012002200320042006200820092010201120122014537782191BDA958.M25ocn033046722ocn459434697ocn457853163ocn81152892027712ocn060006526book19920.47Gonne, MaudThe Gonne-Yeats letters 1893-1938Records and correspondenceCorrespondence of W.B. Yeats and the love of his life Maud Conne revealing the depth of his love and her tempestuous private life+-+475851063519623ocn001905111book19380.66Gonne, MaudA servant of the queen : reminiscencesBiography+-+221859613532416113ocn001373674book19100.10Young, EllaCeltic wonder talesFolklore+-+K1433713951585ocn051965848book20030.88Steele, KarenMaud Gonne's Irish Nationalist writings, 1895-1946HistorySources+-+4612701625324463ocn007669808book19090.06The coming of Lugh : a Celtic wonder-tale403ocn002440223book19200.93Young, EllaThe rose of heaven : poems297ocn020389074book19390.63Gonne, MaudIm dienste einer königin : eine frau kämpft fur IrlandHistory104ocn019492965book19020.92Lardeur, F.-JSur les chemins d'Irlande32ocn748985094book19950.53Gonne, MaudThe autobiography of Maud Gonne : a servant of the queenBiography+-+770758177532432ocn560872356book1893Gillain, LucienHeures de Guérite. Poésies d'un dragon. Préface de Miss M. Gonne. Portrait de l'auteur ... Illustrations de ... L. Abbema, etc31ocn243791464rcrd19660.82Moloney, HelenaRebel Irish womenBiography21ocn231807107book19990.86Gonne, MaudToo long a sacrifice : the letters of Maud Gonne and John QuinnSourcesRecords and correspondenceThis collection of letters between Maud Gonne (Irish activist, actress, and long-time love of W. B. Yeats) and John Quinn (Irish-American lawyer, art collector, and patron) deals with art, literature, Irish politics, and the horrific conflicts of the early twentieth century. Their letters are filled with details about the Irish fight for freedom, and how it affected Yeats, Pound, Joyce, and other friends; about Gonne's never-ending battle to establish a school feeding program for the starving children of Ireland; and about the alarming changes in the political and social world of their time+-+697564020621ocn872401000book20140.82Simonton, DeborahWomen in European culture and society : a sourcebookHistorySourcesWomen in European Culture and Society: A Sourcebook includes a range of transnational sources which encompass the history of women in Europe from the beginning of the eighteenth century right up to the present day. Including documents from across Europe, from France and Germany to Estonia, Spain and Russia, organised in a broad chronical spread, the diversity of the sources included in the book is unique - including many never translated into English before. Deborah Simonton offers detailed interpretive introductions that analyse and contextualise the sources21ocn042667266book19881.00Young, EllaCuentos maravillosos de la Irlanda céltica11ocn607313379book1893Amnesty Association of AmericaSouvenir journal of the committee of the Amnesty Association of America : consisting of delegates from the Irish National League of America, Irish Independent Parliamentary council, Ancient Order of Hibernians, Irish National Foresters, St. Patrick's Alliance, Greenpoint Literary Society, and Irish County Patriotic and Benevolent Societies : inauguration meeting at Cooper Institute, New York, June 6th, 189311ocn173862890mix1.00Gonne, MaudMaud Gonne and W.B. Yeats papers11ocn270878691book19190.10Gonne, MaudDublin, to Stephen Gwynn11ocn026300947book1992Gonne, MaudLetters Between Maud Gonne and W.B. Yeats : Always Your Friend11ocn647972319mix1.00Letters of Maud Gonne, Ewan Justice, Jules Mssanet and J. J. JusserandMaud Gonne writes to Ewan Justice, 1897, enclosing a French pamphlet "as hostile to England as I am" and asks if he can get it reviewed in the Post11ocn605394462book19020.47Letter to Helen Laird [later Curran] written on the first night [of W.B. Yeats's Kathleen Ni Houlihan and A E's Deirdre]. Signed by Maud Gonne, W.B. Yeats and nine other writers and actors8033ocn003432606book19780.31Cardozo, NancyLucky eyes and a high heart : the life of Maud GonneBiography7713ocn001994039book19760.37Levenson, SamuelMaud GonneBiography6207ocn026129877book19920.47Gonne, MaudThe Gonne-Yeats letters 1893-1938Records and correspondenceCorrespondence of W.B. Yeats and the love of his life Maud Conne revealing the depth of his love and her tempestuous private life+-+47585106355257ocn020421644book19900.33Ward, MargaretMaud Gonne : Ireland's Joan of ArcBiography+-+46335999553243023ocn031436564book19940.53Gonne, MaudThe autobiography of Maud Gonne : a servant of the queenBiography+-+77075817753242161ocn030738751book19950.26Greer, Mary KWomen of the Golden Dawn : rebels and priestessesBiography+-+21606374351986ocn008160101book19500.66Gonne, MaudA servant of the queen : reminiscencesBiography+-+22185961353241912ocn039534909book19990.86Gonne, MaudToo long a sacrifice : the letters of Maud Gonne and John QuinnSourcesRecords and correspondenceThis collection of letters between Maud Gonne (Irish activist, actress, and long-time love of W. B. Yeats) and John Quinn (Irish-American lawyer, art collector, and patron) deals with art, literature, Irish politics, and the horrific conflicts of the early twentieth century. Their letters are filled with details about the Irish fight for freedom, and how it affected Yeats, Pound, Joyce, and other friends; about Gonne's never-ending battle to establish a school feeding program for the starving children of Ireland; and about the alarming changes in the political and social world of their time+-+69756402061647ocn022307632book19900.82Brady, MargeryThe love story of Yeats and Maud GonneBiographyA dramatic and compelling story of the great love of W.B. Yeats for Maud Gonne, the woman he immortalised in his poetry1623ocn005739213book19790.33Cardozo, NancyMaud Gonne : lucky eyes and a high heartBiography+-+10488069451514ocn555644805book20100.13White, SkylerIn dreams beginFiction"From a Victorian Ireland of magic, poetry and rebellion, Ida Jameson, an amateur occultist, reaches out for power, but captures Laura Armstrong, a modern-day graphic artist instead. Now, for the man or demon she loves, each woman must span a bridge through Hell and across history...or destroy it."--P.[4] of cover+-+6041870795672ocn044439901book20000.93Jordan, Anthony JThe Yeats-Gonne-MacBride triangleBiography641ocn052238400book20020.93Shortall, BarryWillie and Maud : a love storyFictionThis book tells the story of he most fascinating love affair of the Irish literary world. William Butler Yeats was one of the most outstanding figures of twentieth-century literature. Maud Gonne, an esteemed beauty, was renowned for her lifelong dedication to the cause of Irish nationalism. Their story is one of sexual passion and unrequited love. Yeats fell in love with Maud the moment they met. She, however, to his sadness and frustration, frigidly rejected his repeated proposals of marriage. Yet while both went on to marry other partners- with Yeats embarking of affairs with society women- Maud Gonne remained the source of inspiration for much of his work. The novel is set against a background of civil unrest and war, deals with their involvement in the political and cultural movements of the time. -- Publisher description+-+9879198546572ocn037632609book19970.95Jordan, Anthony JWillie Yeats and the Gonne-MacBridesBiography323ocn069347068book20060.90MacBride, JohnBoer War to Easter Rising : the writings of John MacBrideHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives221ocn000662766book19710.06Ní Éireamhoin, EibhlinTwo great Irishwomen: Maud Gonne MacBride, Constance MarkieviczJuvenile worksBiography191ocn192026843book20080.70Trident : nuclear proliferation the British wayDrama+-+7602976035182ocn005098759book19780.93Fagerberg, SvenMaud Gonne och myterna om kvinnanBiography71ocn225967822book19680.63Coxhead, ElizabethDaughters of Erin : five women of the Irish RenascenceBiographyThe five women whose lives are told here are: Maud Gonne, the beauty who inspired great poems by Yeats and drove him to distraction: Constance Markievicz, known as the 'Red Countess'. Sarah Purser, Sara Allgood, and Maire O'Neill41ocn017518009book19830.47Gallivan, G. PAnd a yellow singing bird : a play in two acts+-+4612701625324+-+4612701625324Thu Oct 16 15:04:45 EDT 2014batch24675