Poet Eva Gore-Booth

Eva Gore-Booth

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DanMulhall: The soul would know the rhythm and sound of time As men know music, cunning to divide Into dull bars a melody subli...

cathyby: In 1897 Eva Gore-Booth and Ester Roper were working in Manchester to unionise and get the vote for working women. T...

writing_ie: ICYMI: Tomorrow! Girls in Silk Kimonos by Miriam Gallagher - a play about Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth...

dan__rafferty: hot take: yeats fetishised revolutionary women like Maud Gonne, Constance Markievicz & Eva Gore Booth which is why...

RTEArena: "Girls In Silk Kimonos" is the Miriam Gallagher play exploring the political contradictions and harmonies between C...

MermanNott: We're going to watch Rebellion, a Netflix series about Easter Rising, and read some poems by Yeats, "Easter 1916",...

acwnerdfighter: When I was in Ireland I got to visit Lissadell, the home of Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth. In one of thei...

IrishPhilosophy: "Both beautiful, one a gazelle" Eva Gore Booth was more than a beauty: she was a thinker, a writer and a indefatig...

LissadellHouse: The great waves of the Atlantic sweep storming on their way, Shining green and silver with the hidden herring shoal...

EPICMuseumCHQ: A trade unionist, suffragist and celebrated poet, Eva Gore-Booth once collected 30,000 signatures for a suffrage pe...

HelenAntrobus: Obviously this is the only way to spend Valentine's Day, hearing about the wondrous lefty love lives of Engels, the...

WarnerSisters3: A beautiful portrait of Countess Markievicz (left) and her sister, Eva Gore-Booth in the late 1800s. These two sis...

B_eibhlin: Eva Gore-Booth: literally buried w her lover under a sappho quote, wrote a load of poems about how banging the ladi...

BlakLivrProject: Eva Gore Booth and her sister Constance (Countess Markiewicz) led a campaign backing the conservative candidate in...

BlakLivrProject: Eva Gore Booth was an Irish poet, labor activist, union organizer and socialist who established the Barmaids Politi...

BlakLivrProject: In response to Gooch's proposed legislation against barmaids, labor activist Eva Gore Booth create the Barmaids Pol...

RobertBohan: Much talk today about the 100y commemoration of the first women's vote & MP. However if we should celebrate one wom...

fingalpimpernel: Another twist on the Constance Markievicz is the story of her sister, Eva Gore-Booth, who lived with her lady frien...

irrelations: ...and by the way let's not forget the massive contribution of the suffragist movement - Eva Gore-Booth, Esther Rop...

sonjatiernan: Eva Gore-Booth Collected Poems Edited by Sonja Tiernan Spring 2019 Book Catalog from Syracuse University Press Buy...

IrishPhilosophy: From Ireland to Manchester: Eva Gore-Booth and women's labour -

LouiseRawAuthor: Constance & her sister, well-known suffrage campaigner Eva Gore-Booth, once ran a feminist campaign against Winston...

moneillsf: The Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle meeting today in the historical Lissadell House, home of Constance Markievicz and Eva G...

IrishPhilosophy: Interesting that Fawcett identified her birthdate (1847) as the Irish Famine. Worth a listen, esp if interested in...

josephfpoetry: WB Yeats advises Eva Gore Booth to read his work on Blake - might try to access it myself. Photo taken by me at Ye...

IrishPhilosophy: An untiring campaigner for gender equality, social justice and votes for women: Eva Gore-Booth -...

IrishPhilosophy: The pacifist Eva Gore-Booth was a suffragist, not a suffragette. The difference was at the root of the break betwee...

mazhistory: Great to see the acknowledgement of some women getting the vote 100 years ago, but there were other women in Manche...

gerry_ebooks: There are some photos here also. Comrades by Eva Gore-Booth.

1916artsclub: Eva Gore Booth (1870-1926). Read more on our Facebook page

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On A Fork Of Byron's
 by James Brunton Stephens

Like any other fork.'No mark you meet with
To point some psychological conceit with.
An ordinary fork. A fork to eat with.

No individuality of fashion:
No stamp of frenzy fine, or poet-passion;
An article in no respect Parnassian.

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