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Rich·ard·son

 (rĭch′ərd-sən), Henry Hobson 1838-1886.
American architect whose influential Romanesque designs include Trinity Church in Boston (1872-1877).

Richardson

, Sir Ralph David 1902-1983.
British actor noted for his strong characterizations in classic roles as well as in contemporary works, such as Harold Pinter's No Man's Land (1975).

Richardson

, Samuel 1689-1761.
English writer whose Pamela (1740) and Clarissa Harlowe (1748) helped legitimize the novel as a literary form in English.

Richardson

(ˈrɪtʃədsən)
n
1. (Biography) Dorothy M(iller). 1873–1957, British novelist, a pioneer of stream-of-consciousness writing: author of the novel sequence Pilgrimage (14 vols, 1915–67)
2. (Biography) Henry Handel. pen name of Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, 1870–1946, Australian novelist; author of the trilogy The Fortunes of Richard Mahony (1917–29)
3. (Biography) Sir Owen Willans. 1879–1959, British physicist; a pioneer in the study of atomic physics: Nobel prize for physics 1928
4. (Biography) Sir Ralph (David). 1902–83, British stage and screen actor
5. (Biography) Samuel. 1689–1761, British novelist whose psychological insight and use of the epistolary form exerted a great influence on the development of the novel. His chief novels are Pamela (1740) and Clarissa (1747)

Rich•ard•son

(ˈrɪtʃ ərd sən)

n.
1. Henry Hobson, 1838–86, U.S. architect.
2. Sir Ralph (David), 1902–83, English actor.
3. Samuel, 1689–1761, English novelist.
4. a city in NE Texas, near Dallas. 77,080.
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The Goodwin team advising on the transaction included partner Samuel Richardson and associates Patrick Hurley and Mitchell Laufer.
Previous owners of the Grade I-listed castle include Solicitor General Charles Talbot, Samuel Richardson who is credited with introducing the threshing machine to the world of agriculture, and the Crawshays of Cyfarthfa.
Previous owners of the Grade I listed castle include Solicitor General Charles Talbot, Samuel Richardson who is credited with introducing the threshing machine to the world of agriculture, and the Crawshays of Cyfarthfa.
Samuel Richardson, as Austen would have known well, has his characters adopt dramatic layout in their letters to avoid such enervating repetition.
5, Q Riaz 10, Samuel Richardson 13, Shauna Richardson 4, C Robinson 1, N Rogers 6, J Rogers 14, B Russell 5, J Rutland 10, J Salmon 10, H Scott 14, J Semark 10.
I myself once had the stamina to read from cover to cover not only Sorrentino's Mulligan Stew and Gold Fools but Clarissa, by Samuel Richardson, Molloy, by Samuel Beckett, Finnegans Wake, by James Joyce, Tender Buttons, by Gertrude Stein, Tristram Shandy, by Laurence Sterne, JR, by William Gaddis, Malone Dies, by Samuel Beckett, Time Regained, by Marcel Proust, The Recognitions, by William Gaddis, The Unnamable, by Samuel Beckett, Ulysses, by James Joyce, Sodom and Gomorrah, by Marcel Proust, by Marcel Proust, by Marcel Proust, Flow Chart, by John Ashbery, and huge chunks of both the Mahabharata and the Tyndale Bible.
She very briefly lists major works of the fictional epistolary novel, from Samuel Richardson to Jane Gardam and Antonio Tabucchi, without, however, indicating their differences, which results in a hurried review containing imprecisions.
In Northanger Abbey, for instance, Baker traces out literary connections to Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, and John Gay (241-42); Alexander Pope, Thomas Gray, James Thomson, and William Shakespeare (243); Anne Radcliffe and Maria Edgeworth (252); and Francis Lathom, Eliza Parson, Regina Marie Roche, Peter Will, Eleanor Sleuth, and Peter Teuthold (253).
In part two, "Founding Fictions of Liberty," Doyle brings together paradigmatic transatlantic literary texts by Aphra Behn, Eliza Haywood, Samuel Richardson, Daniel Defoe, Susanna Rowson, William Hill Brown, Harriet Wilson, Olaudah Equiano, and Herman Melville.