- Henry HandelHenrietta Richardson Robertson, 1870–1946, Australian novelist.
- Henry Hob·son [hob-suh n] /ˈhɒb sən/, 1838–86, U.S. architect.
- Jack (Carter),1934–2012, U.S. playwright and novelist.
- Sir Owen Williams,1879–1959, English physicist: Nobel prize 1928.
- Sir Ralph (David),1902–83, English actor.
- Samuel,1689–1761, English novelist.
- Tony,1928–91, English motion-picture and theatrical director.
- Walter Hart,1880–1961, U.S. journalist.
- a city in NE Texas, near Dallas.
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For a shorter introduction to Richardson, read Journey to Paradise: Short Stories and Autobiographical Sketches.These Female Contemporaries Weren’t Afraid of Virginia Woolf
November 20, 2014
Suffice it to say, we hoped, with Governor Richardson as our veteran QB, to advance the ball down the field a bit.
I called it “ding-dong diplomacy”; Governor Richardson wisely pointed out that “basketball diplomacy” is better than none.
“It has yet to receive the recognition it deserves,” said Richardson.
Richardson placed the small, black and white image next to Le Repos, a large-scale painting of Olga rendered in 1932.
If you have, you may have seen—nay, you must have seen—Richardson's immortal show.
Richardson gives the following minute description of this marvel.Browning's England
Helen Archibald Clarke
He saw the art of Richardson and Balzac in an entirely new aspect.A Great Man
Richardson was committed to jail, tried, and condemned to death.Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times
Charles Carleton Coffin
If Richardson created one school in France, Sterne created another.Diderot and the Encyclopdists
- Dorothy M (iller). 1873–1957, British novelist, a pioneer of stream-of-consciousness writing: author of the novel sequence Pilgrimage (14 vols, 1915–67)
- Henry Handel . pen name of Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, 1870–1946, Australian novelist; author of the trilogy The Fortunes of Richard Mahony (1917–29)
- Sir Owen Willans . 1879–1959, British physicist; a pioneer in the study of atomic physics: Nobel prize for physics 1928
- Sir Ralph (David). 1902–83, British stage and screen actor
- 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)
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