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Constance, Countess Markievicz, a leader in Ireland's nationalist struggle for independence (and latterly for the unification of independent Ireland), is, and has always been, better known for her appearances in creative works by others than for her own literary production. But during her career she frequently published journal articles and pamphlets; she also kept a diary, and wrote poems, plays, and letters.
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4 February 1868 Constance Gore-Booth (later Markievicz) was born at 7 Buckingham Gate in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
1892-1893 While in her twenties, Constance Gore-Booth (later Markievicz) kept a diary of her experiences in Ireland and England. The unpublished text is now at the National Museum in Dublin. Bibliographic Citation link.
15 July 1927 Constance, Countess Markievicz, died in Dublin of peritonitis. Bibliographic Citation link.
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