It recounts, in the Richardsonian
letter form, the experiences of a country girl of good breeding and ideally fine character who is introduced into the life of London high society, is incidentally brought into contact with disagreeable people of various types, and soon achieves a great triumph by being acknowledged as the daughter of a repentant and wealthy man of fashion and by marrying an impossibly perfect young gentleman, also of great wealth.
Portland's United Workmen Temple one of the last standing Richardsonian
Romanesque style buildings from the 1890s was demolished last year to accommodate an unremarkable office building.
Yet, the ensuing story of Archibald Evelyn's grand tour, cast in a standard Richardsonian
epistolary mode, deliberately violates the expectations generated by the verbal-visual text of its frontispiece and title page.
The Shingle style was an adaptation of several building traditions, including the Queen Anne, Colonial Revival and Richardsonian
Catherine Morland offers a pitch-perfect Richardsonian
response to John Thorpe in Northanger Abbey when he mocks her brother James's refusal to buy a horse and gig.
Richardson, eponym of the Richardsonian
Romanesque architectural style.
What are these Richardsonian
moments doing in Godwin's novel?
Taylor's argument sounds remarkably Richardsonian
. Language, as William Warner, Terry Eagleton, and Terry Castle all point out, is where Clarissa and Lovelace live and where they create who they are.
Romanesque architectural style of Stewart Hall is juxtaposed with the English Gothic revival style of the church next to it in the mural, the First Methodist Episcopal Church.
Henry Hobson Richardson, who created that style--we actually call Richardsonian
Romanesque--was based in Boston and did some amazing work all over.
* "Victorian Houses" (1860-1900)--Second Empire, Stick, Queen Anne, Shingle, Richardsonian
Romanesque, Folk Victorian