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    Gonne's Gravestone in Glendalough, County Wicklow. Iseult Lucille Germaine Gonne (6 August 1894 – 22 March 1954) was the daughter of the Irish republican revolutionary Maud Gonne and the French politician and journalist Lucien Millevoye. She married the novelist Francis Stuart in 1920.

    • Iseult Lucille Germaine Gonne, 6 August 1894, France
    • Francis Stuart
    • Poet
  2. 12 de abr. de 2022 · Learn about the life and work of Iseult Gonne, the daughter and muse of the Irish nationalist Maud Gonne, who inspired Yeats's poetry and philosophy. Explore how her relationship with Yeats, her children, and her activism shaped her identity and legacy.

  3. Iseult Gonne was a writer and muse, the second child of Lucien Millevoye and Maud Gonne, a French-Irish revolutionary. She had a brief affair with W. B. Yeats in 1917 and married Francis Stuart in 1920, but their marriage was not happy. She died in 1954 of a coronary thrombosis.

  4. Iseult Lucille Germaine Gonne (née le 6 août 1894, morte le 22 mars 1954), était la fille de Maud Gonne et de Lucien Millevoye, et l'épouse du romancier Francis Stuart [1].

    • Poétesse, écrivaine
    • 6 août 1894France
    • 22 mars 1954 (à 59 ans)
    • française
  5. Iseult Gonne was the illegitimate daughter of the Irish nationalist Maud Gonne and the poet W. B. Yeats. She was a translator, activist and lover of Bengali culture and Tagore. She married Francis Stuart, a poet of Ulster descent, and died in 1954. Learn more about her life, connections and legacy from this research project.

  6. Open in new tab Download slide. Iseult Gonne, c 1918, courtesy Christina Bridgewater. In August 1912, while staying with Maud Gonne and her daughter Iseult at their summer home near Colleville in Normandy, Yeats wrote three poems that reflect a fundamental shift in his relationship to his Muse.