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Maud Gonne's Irish Nationalist writings, 1895-1946 /

Other Authors: Steele, Karen., MacBride, Maud Gonne.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Dublin ; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press, 2004
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Table of Contents:
  • Chronology of Maud Gonne's Life
  • Introduction: Maud Gonne and the Irish Nationalist Press, 1895-1946
  • Selected Works about Maud Gonne
  • Pt. 1.
  • Amnesty
  • Those Who Are Suffering for Ireland
  • A Manifesto
  • Amnesty Agitation in Ireland
  • My Experiences in Prison
  • Branding
  • The Treatment of Eileen Colgan
  • To the Editor
  • Political Prisoners: Outside and In
  • Conditions of Prisoners
  • Prisoners in the Free State
  • Ireland, 1936
  • Arbour Hill
  • Ourselves
  • The Gaol Gates Must Be Opened
  • The Coercion Act and Its Effect
  • The Birthday of Prison Bars
  • A Request
  • Pt. 2.
  • The Cause of Ireland
  • The Work of the United Irishmen: A Seasonable Hint
  • Remember '98!
  • Irishmen and the British Army
  • Jingoism in Dublin
  • Cowards or Traitors
  • The Famine Queen
  • Her Subjects
  • Ireland Under Victoria: 1837-1900 (Parts I-VII)
  • Irishmen and the English Army
  • In the Event of War
  • Letter to the Editor of the Irish World
  • Ireland To-Day
  • Toleration
  • Ways of Checking Emigration
  • Jurypacking
  • An Embarrassed King
  • The Irish Press
  • Pt. 3.
  • The Downtrodden
  • The Rights of Life and the Rights of Property
  • Famine! My Experiences in Mayo
  • Famine in the West
  • Relief Work in Erris
  • A Question of Policy
  • The Evicted Tenants
  • What We Owe the Children
  • How the Poor Live in Castlerea
  • Ireland and the Children
  • National Education of the Children
  • The Children Must Be Fed
  • Feeding the Schoolchildren
  • The Children's Case
  • Responsibility
  • Our Irish Children
  • Letter to Women Workers' Column
  • The Real Criminals
  • Meals for School Children
  • Pt. 4.
  • Trans-National Solidarity
  • Signs of Hope
  • The Boer Women
  • India
  • The World's Justice
  • Ireland and Her Foreign Relations
  • Ireland and Irish-America
  • Pt. 5.
  • The Literary Revival
  • The Goddess Brigid
  • Eitne
  • Emer
  • A National Theatre
  • Dawn
  • Pt. 6.
  • The Failures of the Free State
  • MacBride House Raided
  • A Worthy President of the Free State
  • Condemnation of the Provisional Government
  • Bartholmew Noone, IRA
  • A Protest Addressed to AE
  • How We Beat the Terrorist Proclamations
  • Must We Fight Again For Ireland's Honour?
  • The Proclamation of the Republic: Ireland's Charter of Liberty
  • 1937 Constitution
  • Are We Pagans?
  • Beware of Pickpockets
  • Fascism, Communism, and Ireland
  • Pt. 7.
  • Partition and the North
  • Practical Work: Central Relief Fund Necessary
  • The History of the Orange Order
  • History Explains Orange Order's Anti-Catholic Bias
  • Object Was Extermination of Catholics, Grattan Said
  • Orange Order: Go, Wreck the Catholic Church!
  • When Children Were Marks for Orange Bullets
  • English Statesman Relied on the Lodges
  • The Real Case Against Partition
  • Patriotic Children's Treat
  • First Meeting of Inghinidhe na hEireann.