Nicholas Friesner's Web-Based Stretch-text: A Demonstration (2)

George P. Landow, Professor of English and the History of Art, Brown University

[Nicholas Friesner '05, Brown University, created the Javascript that produces this version of stretchtext. Clicking on bold tags will open the text. Clicking again on the bold text or on the open text will close that section of text.]

Victorian architecture employed many styles, which range from the strict classicism of the

Original Two-Storey Version of The Athenaeum Club by Decimus Burton 1824. Waterloo Place and Pall Mall. [Compare the external view to
the interior]

Library of the Athenaeum Club

to the
Albert's Hall's

Rear View, Royal Albert Hall. View from Prince Consort Road, across (and behind) which are Sir Arthur Blomfield's Royal College of Music and the Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine, University of London. Architect: Fowke. 1871 Height: 735 feet. Capacity 8000.

use of classical elements to the rogue gothic of
San Pancras railway station.

St. Pancras Station and Midland Grand Hotel, London. Architect: George Gilbert Scott. 1868-77

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Last modified 13 April 2005