This selection of letters is drawn from women from every background - the big houses of the Anglo-Irish gentry, small farms scattered throughout the countryside, urban slums and middle-class houses. They tell of Irish women's concerns, their sorrows and joys, their friendships and their thoughts on contemporary issues. Maud Gonne McBride writes to W.B. Yeats in 1916; Nora Barnacle declares her love to her future husband - James Joyce; Irish emigrant Mary Cumming tells her sister about her voyage; and other less well-known ...

Irish Women's Letters 1999, Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud

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Irish Women's Letters 1997, Alan Sutton Publishing

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Irish Women's Letters 1997, Irish Books & Media, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780312177096

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