Horse's Neck

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Language: English

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Here she is talking about how she secretly started going to Liberty Hall during the lockout: “At that time I belonged to the respectable middle class and I did not dare admit to my home circle that I had run with the crowd to hear Jim Larkin, and crept like a culprit into Liberty Hall to see Madame Markievicz in a big overall, with sleeves rolled up, presiding over a cauldron of stew, surrounded by a crowd of gaunt women and children carrying bowls and cans.” (Bennett talked to R.

Pages: 134

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (T) (August 1985)

ISBN: 039538348X

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