<\/scr' + 'ipt>'); She was won over to Irish nationalism by the plight of evicted people in the Land Wars. However, after the marriage ended, Gonne made allegations of domestic violence, including the molestation of her then 11-year-old daughter Iseult Gonne,her husband returned to Ireland. Despite the fact that the revelations were almost more than Willie could bear, it appears that their relationship did become at some point, slightly more conventional, although Maud continued to express her fear and horror of the act of physical love. Yeats was immediately infatuated with her and the two spent a lot of time together. Gonne wed Major John McBride but their marriage was short lived. Rosetti Pre-Raphaelite woman, a trope that inspired Yeats’s vision of Maud Gonne In the early part of his life, Yeats was a Romantic (capital R), heavily influenced by Rossetti, Shelley and other pre-Raphaelites and Romantics, in his ideas of what constituted a perfect love, and an ideal world. document.write('

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Tweet, I must say, for the first time in my years-long awareness of Yeats' interest in Gonne, they would have clearly been a handsome couple, in modern parlance, 'a power couple.'. When it became impossible for her to conceal her grief at Georges’ death from Yeats, Maud informed him that a child she had adopted had passed away. It was a role that he seems to have relished at times, and resented at others. Maud as well had become rabidly anti-Treaty. document.write('<\/scr' + 'ipt>'); She was won over to Irish nationalism by the plight of evicted people in the Land Wars. However, after the marriage ended, Gonne made allegations of domestic violence, including the molestation of her then 11-year-old daughter Iseult Gonne,her husband returned to Ireland. Despite the fact that the revelations were almost more than Willie could bear, it appears that their relationship did become at some point, slightly more conventional, although Maud continued to express her fear and horror of the act of physical love. Yeats was immediately infatuated with her and the two spent a lot of time together. Gonne wed Major John McBride but their marriage was short lived. Rosetti Pre-Raphaelite woman, a trope that inspired Yeats’s vision of Maud Gonne In the early part of his life, Yeats was a Romantic (capital R), heavily influenced by Rossetti, Shelley and other pre-Raphaelites and Romantics, in his ideas of what constituted a perfect love, and an ideal world. document.write('