George Sigerson

Standard Name: Sigerson, George


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Family and Intimate relationships Dora Sigerson
George Sigerson , DS 's father, was a doctor specialising in nervous disorders (a new area of research), a poet, and a Gaelic scholar. He lectured on biology at the National University of Ireland ...
Friends, Associates Maud Gonne
An important friend and mentor to her in her Irish opinions
Ellmann, Richard. Yeats: The Man and the Masks. Faber and Faber.
was John O'Leary , who also provided her introduction to Yeats. She was a friend, too, of his sister Ellen O'Leary , of...
Friends, Associates Katharine Tynan
Among those who frequented KT 's salon were George Russell (Æ), Irish Nationalist and Fenian leader John O'Leary , Gaelic scholar and revivalist Douglas Hyde (founder of the Gaelic League , 1893), and George Sigerson
Intertextuality and Influence Katharine Tynan
Yeats felt that no one could do it [the volume] so well as you,
Tynan, Katharine. The Middle Years. Constable.
but made his own recommendations: George Sigerson , Thomas Davis , Sir Samuel Ferguson , and William Allingham , among others.
Tynan, Katharine. The Middle Years. Constable.
politics Katharine Tynan
The Society was co-founded by Sir Charles Gavan Duffy and Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde , while George Sigerson served as president. The Irish National Literary Society in Dublin was also formed in this year.
Yeats, W. B. Letters to Katharine Tynan. Editor McHugh, Roger, Clonmore and Reynolds.
Boyd, Ernest. Ireland’s Literary Renaissance. Grant Richards.
87, 90
Textual Production Katharine Tynan
Library catalogues such as OCLC WorldCat, the British Library Catalogue, and the Bodleian Library Catalogue list only Yeats or O'Leary as the editor of this volume. KT had three poems included in it:...


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