Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Activist to activist|
|LC Classifications||HQ1600.3.Z75 L855 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[x], 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||2002491524|
The Politics and Relationships of Kathleen Lynn (Activist to Activist) by Marie Mulholland () Paperback. $ Cited by: 6. Kathleen Lynn is remembered as a doctor who did her utmost for the poor of Dublin. Her biography deals with a wide range of issues including: suffragism, education, sectarian politics, maternal 3/5(1). Kathleen Lynn is remembered as a doctor who did her utmost for the poor of Dublin. Her biography deals with a wide range of issues including: suffragism, education, sectarian politics, maternal . In response to her generalisation that 'Irish women in Independent Ireland did not make the political traditions, they inherited them', O hOgartaigh argues simply that Kathleen Lynn was an .
(Marie Mulholland,The politics and relationships of Kathleen Lynn). Roy Foster in his book Vivid faces, describes their thirty-year relationship as ‘having all the marks of a marriage’. Kathleen was . Kathleen Florence Lynn was an Irish Sinn Féin politician, activist and medical doctor. Lynn was so greatly affected by the poverty and disease among the poor in the west of Ireland that, at 16, she . Kathleen was born in Mulaghfarry, north Mayo, on 28 January to Katherine Lynn nee Wynne who was descended from the Earl of Hazelwood. She was distantly related to Countess de Markievicz . Marie Mulholland, “The Politics and Relationships of Kathleen Lyn “, published by Woodfield Press, Margaret Ó hÓgartaigh, “ Kathleen Lynn: Irishwoman, Patriot, Doctor”, .
Kathleen Lynn (left) and Madeleine ffrench-Mullen. Photograph courtesy of RCPI Kathleen Lynn joined the Irish Citizen Army and, at the request of James Connolly, taught first-aid to them, as well. Kathleen Lynn, born in Mayo, was a pioneering paediatrician, active in the cause of suffrage, a staunch Republican involved in the Rising as Captain and Chief Medical Officer in James Connolly’s Irish Citizen Army, and politically prominent in national politics . The politics and relationships of Kathleen Lynn Marie Mulholland Prison letters of Countess Markievicz (Constance Gore-Booth): also poems and articles relating to Easter week by Eva Gore-Booth and a . A lifelong campaigner for women’s and workers’ rights, Kathleen Lynn has been described as one of the great Irish humanitarians of the 20th Century. Her influence extended throughout Irish society with her .