Cobbe, Frances Power. Life of Frances Power Cobbe. Houghton, Mifflin, 1894.
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|Cultural formation||Dora Sigerson|
Her school attendance took place abroad. For a year, 1855-1856, she and her sister Zoe both attended a school in Cologne, and in 1858 she joined a Paris finishing school, where her fellow-pupils included...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Emma Caroline Wood|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anna Steele|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Annie Besant|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Katherine Cecil Thurston|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Katharine Tynan|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Steele|
|Friends, Associates||Frances Power Cobbe|
|Friends, Associates||Katharine Tynan|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Augusta Gregory||
The Deliverer uses the Biblical story of the rejection of Moses by the ancient Israelites as an analogue for Parnell 's rejection by the Irish.
Stevenson, Mary Lou Kohfeldt. Lady Gregory: The Woman Behind the Irish Renaissance. Atheneum, 1985.
|Literary responses||Katharine Tynan||
KT found that her staunch support for Parnell after the divorce case was now punished with some damaging criticism of this biography.
The review in the anti-Parnellite National Press presented abuse of me...
Tynan, Katharine. Twenty-Five Years: Reminiscences. Smith, Elder, 1913.
Tynan, Katharine. The Middle Years. Constable, 1916.
|Material Conditions of Writing||Helen Taylor|
|Material Conditions of Writing||May Laffan|
One of her activities as a member of the League was to visit Irish political prisoners at Kilmainham Jail (now in Dublin). She went to see Irish nationalist Charles Parnell on one such visit...