Phrases with "yawned"

It yawned just like a dog or a human being, and this not from love of imitation but from being sleepy. Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino by Samuel Butler [1881]

Gustave Flauber The seventh compartment yawned empty still. Salammbo by Gustave Flauber

M. P. Shiel Between us yawned an early grave for one or other of our bodies. The Purple Cloud by M. P. Shiel [1901]

For two or three days I had been in a kind of twilight state of health, neither ill nor what you may call well: I yawned and felt weary without exercise, and my sleep was merely slumber. Wanderings in South America by Charles Waterton [1825]

F. Scott Fitzgerald She had beckoned him and yawned at him and beckoned him again and he had responded often with bitterness and narrowed eyes. All the Sad Young Men by F. Scott Fitzgerald [1926]

Henry Handel Richardson I can hardly keep my eyes open;” and Evelyn yawned heartily. The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson

H. G. Wells The Hungarian, the Italian peasant, yawned and thought the morning dark, and turned over to fall into a dreamless sleep; the Mahometan world spread its carpet and was taken in prayer. In the Days of the Comet by H. G. Wells [1906]

Sinclair Lewis As the door closed he yawned voluptuously, chest out, shoulders wriggling, and turned cynically to his wife. Babbit by Sinclair Lewis

E. Phillips Oppenheim Peter Ruff yawned for a moment, but covered the indiscretion with his hand. Peter Ruff and the Double Four by E. Phillips Oppenheim [1912]

But an earthquake had changed the sceneunder our very feet the earth yawneddeep and precipitous the gulph below opened to receive us, while the hours charioted us towards the chasm. The Last Man by Mary Shelley

F. Scott Fitzgerald She yawned and asked the man nearest her if he couldn’t run in somewhere and get her a glass of water. Tales of the Jazz Age by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Elizabeth Gaskell While I was thinking how to begin, he yawned weariedly. Cousin Phillis by Elizabeth Gaskell [1864]

Edith Wharton At the Theatre Francais, the next afternoon, Darrow yawned and fidgeted in his seat. The Reef by Edith Wharton [1912]

In all these years no olive-bearing dove had spanned the gulf that yawned between the prodigal and his father. Charlotte’s Inheritance by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1868]

He yawned indeed, raised a bony hand, but did not hide a cavernous mouth. Rogue Herries by Hugh Walpole [1930]

Rudyard Kipling An’ now —’ Mulvaney yawned portentously. Life’s Handicap by Rudyard Kipling [1891]

The gaping mouth of the mine yawned near the tall chimney, and on approaching the brink they saw a very perpendicular ladder going down into the depths. The Crowned Skull by Fergus Hume

Walter Scott I can tell you, if you do not yet know, that the Scots are in arms in this vicinity, and that even the earth has yawned to conceal them from the sight of your garrison. Castle Dangerous by Walter Scott [1832]

Virginia Woolf He yawned openly, and lit a cigarette. The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf [1915]

Henry Handel Richardson As Maurice and Ephie came up, he yawned long and heartily, and, in so doing, showed all his defective teeth. Maurice Guest by Henry Handel Richardson

Abraham Merri Change your play, Klaneth.” He yawned and seated himself upon a low settle. The Ship of Ishtar by Abraham Merri

She yawned dolefully, and kissed her mother and father at the end of the gallery, without a word; and then scudded off, swift as a scared rabbit, to her own room. Vixen by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1879]

Willa Cather It yawned before her like the sunken road at Waterloo. She rushed into her bathroom and locked the door. The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather [1915]

Sinclair Lewis He yawned at the guards, in the blood-reeking cellar, “Better cut out the lashes or this ——— will pass out on you. It Can’t Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis

Washington Irving A rumbling sound was heard, and the solid stones yawned apart, leaving an opening as wide as a door. The Alhambra by Washington Irving

As these things flashed across his brain, he yawned and stretched himself, looking round in a leisurely way as he did so. The Mystery Queen by Fergus Hume

He yawned and stretched himself when I came up, and then suddenly suggested we should go for a ride in his car. The Shadow of Larose by Arthur Gask [1930]

Rudyard Kipling Winton swung round, yawned in Pot’s astonished face and staggered towards the window-seat. A Diversity of Creatures by Rudyard Kipling [1917]

George Meredith As they came near at marching pace, Lorenzo yawned and raised his hand to his cheek, keeping the thumb pointed behind him. Vittoria by George Meredith [1867]

The parterre grew thin, the students yawned or talked to each other in loud whispers while the dancer was executing her most brilliant steps. The Cloven Foot by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1879]

H. G. Wells The great carnivore stretched and yawned and stretched again. The Holy Terror by H. G. Wells [1939]

She yawned at the thought, but remained well awake, tracing idly in her mind, as various slight sounds rose from the lower floor, the different things Soulsby was probably doing. The Damnation of Theron Ware by Harold Frederic [1896]

Sinclair Lewis Mrs. Babbitt yawned with it, and looked grateful as he droned, “How about going to bed, eh? Don’t suppose Rone and Ted will be in till all hours. Babbit by Sinclair Lewis

He got up, yawned again, stretched himself, and looked around him dully. A Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay [1920]

Edith Wharton Never had it yawned so wide as when she fled up to her room carrying with her the echo of Mr. Royall’s tale. Summer by Edith Wharton [1917]

H. G. Wells He lifted weary eyes to the pink flush in the sky, yawned immensely, and crawled back whispering to himself across the cabin to the locker. The War in the Air by H. G. Wells [1908]

A minute later and he yawned as if he were rather tired. The Lonely House by Arthur Gask [1929]

Edgar Allan Poe In the centre yawned the circular pit from whose jaws I had escaped; but it was the only one in the dungeon. The Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan Poe

Anthony Trollope As soon as the tea-things were gone, Uncle Bat yawned and shook himself, and asked if it was not nearly time to go to bed. The Three Clerks by Anthony Trollope

F. Scott Fitzgerald But gee! With a line like Bernice’s ——” “Really?” yawned Marjorie. “What’s her latest bon mot?” No one seemed to know. Flappers and Philosophers by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Elizabeth Gaskell One didn’t expect that,’ and she yawned wearily. Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell [1865]

I can tell what they are like without looking in!’ Charles yawned again, sighed, and moved wearily. The Heir of Redclyffe by Charlotte M. Yonge [1853]

Olaf Stapledon Then he remembered himself, and carefully yawned in the face of the moon. Collected Stories by Olaf Stapledon

Sinclair Lewis It was late when Sam yawned up to bed, for their poker-game had lasted till after one. Dodsworth by Sinclair Lewis

Virginia Woolf Rose yawned again; but it was a sigh rather than a yawn. The Years by Virginia Woolf [1937]

Virginia Woolf She yawned and stretched herself. The Years by Virginia Woolf [1937]

H.P. Lovecraft The black tunnel yawned indefinitely off at a steep, descending grade, its aperture adorned with grotesquely chiseled jambs and lintel. At the Mountains of Madness by H.P. Lovecraft [1931]

F. Scott Fitzgerald She yawned again — life was a thing for youth. Flappers and Philosophers by F. Scott Fitzgerald

At his feet yawned a gulf in which steps appeared. The Secret Passage by Fergus Hume

H. G. Wells Outside was the soughing of a coming storm, a chill wind drove a tumult of leaves along the terrace, the door slammed and yawned open again, and then came the rain. The Passionate Friends by H. G. Wells [1913]

I don’t complain there, but my state of health,” he yawned wearily, “is a private matter for me alone, and does not add to the force of your arguments in any way. The House on the Island by Arthur Gask [1931]

There was no door and no wall; in place of either there yawned before me a dark corridor, in which I continued to advance for some time without encountering the smallest opposition. The Wrecker by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne

Kate Chopin They realized this, and so did Mr. Pontellier. He yawned and stretched himself. The Awakening by Kate Chopin

My steward and my waiting-woman carried them all they wanted, while I dawdled in my rose-garden or yawned over a novel. The Infidel by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1900]

Olaf Stapledon Today, as on a thousand days, they had yawned themselves out of bed, dressed, breakfasted, set off about their business,’ then suddenly, or slowly and miserably, they had stopped being. Death into Life by Olaf Stapledon

A wide gulf yawned around the altar of her home, separating her from every other man in the universe, and leaving her alone with that one man whom she had accepted as her husband. Aurora Floyd by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1863]

H. G. Wells But close at hand the big French window of the drawing-room yawned inviting and suggestive. Tono Bungay by H. G. Wells [1909]

When the piece of music came to an end the relief was so great that he felt slightly dizzy, as if a chasm of silence had yawned at his feet. Victory by Joseph Conrad [1914]

Sinclair Lewis She looked no more at the Minniemashie House. A man in cuffless shirt-sleeves with pink arm-garters, wearing a linen collar but no tie, yawned his way from Dyer’s Drug Store across to the hotel. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis

Rudyard Kipling McTurk yawned in his chair and Beetle mopped his face. Stalky & Co. by Rudyard Kipling [1899]

Edgar Rice Burroughs Then she was dragged toward those awful fangs which yawned at her throat. Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs [1912]

Arnold Bennett The front-doorway yawned black like the portal of a tomb. These Twain by Arnold Bennett [1916]

She had not yawned once in all her talk with Lord Mallow. Rorie stifled another, and Lord Mallow walked up and down among the pine-needles, like a caged lion. Vixen by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1879]

Wilkie Collins She yawned perpetually; she read innumerable novels; she corresponded with her friends. The Black Robe by Wilkie Collins [1881]

Wilkie Collins He yawned and fidgetted over the emblazoned pages of his own family pedigree, whenever they were opened before him. Basil by Wilkie Collins [1852]

H. Rider Haggard He was sleepy, for he yawned and lit a roll of paper to smoke it. The People of the Mist by H. Rider Haggard

Presently Ralph, who had been out all day, yawned himself into the house, and left Charles to pace up and down by himself. Sir Charles Danvers by Mary Cholmondeley [1889]

Virginia Woolf Everybody fidgeted and those who had fans yawned behind them. Orlando by Virginia Woolf [1928]

Inspector Badger yawned and put away his notebook. The Eye of Osiris by R. Austin Freeman [1911]

George Meredith Mr. Tuckham laughed, and half yawned and sighed, ‘Dear me!’ His laughter was catching, and somehow more persuasive of the soundness of the man’s heart and head than his remarks. Beauchamp's Career by George Meredith [1875]

Jules Verne The whole period of my life seemed to be concentrated into that terrible moment when the planks bent below my feet and the ocean yawned beneath me. The Survivors of the Chancellor by Jules Verne [1875]

The Captain yawned stealthily into his hand at intervals, and at last stole away. The Wyvern Mystery by J. Sheridan Le Fanu

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle A black hole yawned beneath into which we all peered, while Musgrave, kneeling at the side, pushed down the lantern. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle [1894]

G. K. Chesterton He yawned so wide as to swallow the world. George Bernard Shaw by G. K. Chesterton [1909]

James Joyce She raised her small gloved fist, yawned ever so gently, tiptapping her small gloved fist on her opening mouth and smiled tinily, sweetly. Ulysses by James Joyce [1922]

Sinclair Lewis When the salesman yawned that he had to write up his orders, Babbitt left him, left the hotel, in leisurely calm. Babbit by Sinclair Lewis

Abraham Merri It’s an hour till moonrise still,” he yawned at last. The Moon Pool by Abraham Merri

M. P. Shiel And presently Sueela yawned vast, complaining: “Me sleepy!” “Yes, poor thing,” said Spiciewegiehotiu, “go to sleep, you done up, Caray wear you out. Children of the Wind by M. P. Shiel [1923]

H.P. Lovecraft Still nothing occurred to reward my watching; and I yawned repeatedly, fatigue getting the better of apprehension. The Shunned House by H.P. Lovecraft [1924]

Flory yawned as he came out of the gate. Burmese Days by George Orwell

H. G. Wells A time came when each remarked in a tone that rang false, ‘You’re getting such a Swell now, you know,’ and he saw a new light in the erstwhile friendly eye, and therewith yawned a gulf. An Experiment in Autobiography by H. G. Wells

Sinclair Lewis The fourth evening he yawned pleasantly, stretched, and inquired, “Well, what’ll we do tonight? Shall we go to the movies?” “I know exactly what we’re going to do. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis

The little windows yawned in the quiet, and the bright blue door stood hospitably open, disclosing in the shadow the gleam of a brass warming pan on the wall. A Shilling for Candles by Josephine Tey [1936]

Wilkie Collins The elder children, admitted to the family festival, ate till they could eat no more; stared till they could stare no more; yawned till they could yawn no more — and then went to bed. Poor Miss Finch by Wilkie Collins [1872]

On all sides of the tower yawned a gulf of some fifteen feet wide. Run to Earth by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1868]

Wilkie Collins Below the pictures, midway down the length of the wall, yawned a huge cavern of a fireplace, surmounted by a towering mantel-piece of black marble. No Name by Wilkie Collins [1862]

G. K. Chesterton In a tree that yawned and twisted The King’s few goods were flung, A mass-book mildewed, line by line, And weapons and a skin of wine, And an old harp unstrung. The Ballad of the White Horse by G. K. Chesterton [1911]

H. G. Wells There was a faint shimmer of light in the hall, but the study doorway yawned impenetrably black. The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells [1897]

There’s a difference which you will never understand, Mr. Tame Schomberg.” He yawned slightly. Victory by Joseph Conrad [1914]

George Gissing He yawned violently, half remembering that he had passed two nights without sleep. Will Warburton by George Gissing [1903]

Between them the square opening yawned into a black emptiness. The Franchise Affair by Josephine Tey

Charles Dickens As long as he might play with, and plague, and caress Bessy, he had not been sleepy; but now he yawned loudly. The Haunted House by Charles Dickens [1859]

Jacques Futrelle She sat down primly on the extreme edge of a chair which yawned to embrace her. The Chase of the Golden Plate by Jacques Futrelle [1906]

Arthur Conan Doyle The Lieutenant yawned and coughed with over-acted nonchalance, while honest Sol felt very hot and uncomfortable, and continued to stare gloomily at the paper in his hand. Our Derby Sweepstakes by Arthur Conan Doyle

It seems to her as if the fiery pit has yawned between her and the rest of the human race. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns [1906]

Wilkie Collins Captain Newenden, taking out his handkerchief, and using it as a screen, yawned behind it to his heart’s content. Man and Wife by Wilkie Collins [1870]

H. G. Wells Abyss after abyss yawned open wider and wider. The Holy Terror by H. G. Wells [1939]

Arthur Conan Doyle No human ingenuity could suggest a means of bridging the chasm which yawned between ourselves and our past lives. The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle [1912]

Victor Hugo A hideous depth yawned in the shadow. The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo [1869]

Katherine Mansfield Herr Brechenmacher yawned and stretched himself, and then looked up at her, grinning. In a German Pension by Katherine Mansfield [1911]

George Gissing Her sister disregarded the question, yawned again, and turned to Beatrice. ‘Who shall we ask to take Fan’s place on Tuesday? Whoever it 15, they’ll have to pay. In the Year of Jubilee by George Gissing [1894]

W. W. Jacobs Roger responded with a deep growl, and, rising to his feet, yawned expressively. The Skipper’s Wooing by W. W. Jacobs [1897]

Charles Kingsley I wonder if you are the great Trebooze of Trebooze.” “I say,” yawned the young gentleman, “where’s old Heale?” and an oath followed the speech, as it did every other one herein recorded. Two Years Ago by Charles Kingsley

Henry Lawson Presently I yawned and stretched myself, and said in a careless way: “Ah, well! How’s the slate?” He scratched the back of his head and pretended to think. While the Billy Boils by Henry Lawson

H. G. Wells If it proved intolerable the canyon yawned below. Men Like Gods by H. G. Wells [1923]

Do you want me to tell it when you know it all already?” I believe I yawned and I felt so tired I could hardly put the sentences together. The Three Hostages by John Buchan [1924]

His black cloak was blowing straight out from his throat, his mouth yawned wide; he shouted directions, but in an instant darkness sealed my eyes with its impenetrable impress. Romance by Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford [1903]

George Meredith It is all right over there, Father Boyle, I suppose?’ ‘A walk over! a pure ceremonial,’ said the priest, and he yawned frightfully. Celt and Saxon by George Meredith [1910]

H. G. Wells Andoo yawned and went on along the cliff, and they followed. A Story of the Stone Age by H. G. Wells [1897]

E. F. Benson We all went to bed rather early, and personally I yawned my way upstairs, feeling hideously sleepy. Caterpillars by E. F. Benson

Julian Wyllard was an ideal husband, who never yawned in a tête-à-tête with his wife, who shared every joy and every thought with the woman of his choice. Wyllard's Weird by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1885]

E. Phillips Oppenheim The young man stood up, yawned and stretched himself. The Great Impersonation by E. Phillips Oppenheim [1920]

Virginia Woolf No, no, no! She yawned, turned on her pillow, and listening to a belated bell that went walloping like a slow porpoise through the thick drizzling air, yawned once more and fell asleep. The Years by Virginia Woolf [1937]

Radclyffe Hall The air was foetid with drink and all the rest; unbreathable it appeared to Stephen. Dickie yawned an enormous uncovered yawn; she was still young enough to feel rather sleepy. The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall

Westfield stretched his arms and yawned through his nose. Burmese Days by George Orwell

Then I yawned behind my whip as if I were bored and looked among the crowd again; my glance went through Hooker as if he were no more to me than any of the others there. The Secret of the Garden by Arthur Gask [1924]

Rudyard Kipling Some last servant yawned on his way to bed. Debits and Credits by Rudyard Kipling [1926]

They’ll never fight against the Bolsheviki. They will vote to remain neutral — and then the yunkers and Cossacks-” The door of the great Mikhailovsky Riding–School yawned blackly. Ten Days That Shook the World by John Reed

Sinclair Lewis She studied him all out, with almost as much interest as a policeman gives to a passing trolley-car, yawned delicately, and forgot him. Our Mr. Wrenn by Sinclair Lewis

Edgehill yawned an immense yawn. The House on the Island by Arthur Gask [1931]

Henry Handel Richardson She thought of music, of the theatre, as a remedy for the long evening that yawned before her: then dismissed the idea from her mind. Maurice Guest by Henry Handel Richardson

He yawned once more, and thrust into my hand a small bottle containing a black liquid. Roads of Destiny by O. Henry [1909]

H.P. Lovecraft Upon investigation it was seen that a new abyss yawned indefinitely below the seat of the blast; an abyss so monstrous that no handy line might fathom it, nor any lamp illuminate it. The Transition of Juan Romero by H.P. Lovecraft [1919]

Virginia Woolf He swallowed down the last drops of his wine, stretched himself, yawned ostentatiously and rose. The Years by Virginia Woolf [1937]

He sickened at the thought of his two comrades drinking away their reason upon stolen wine, quarrelling and hiccupping and waking up, while the doors of the prison yawned for them in the near future. The Ebb-Tide by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne

But at two o’clock the average man is fast asleep; at a quarter after one, therefore, I start with Sergeant Cameron and Constable Tyler.” Hardcastle yawned again. Stingaree by E. W. Hornung [1905]

Gustave Flauber But an abyss had yawned and thrown them far back to an infinite distance from her. Salammbo by Gustave Flauber

H. G. Wells He yawned silently, stretched his painful limbs and stood up very cautiously. Men Like Gods by H. G. Wells [1923]

Arthur Conan Doyle At the sound of his voice the huge, lithe creature rose, yawned and rubbed its round, black head affectionately against his side, while he patted and fondled it. Tales of Terror and Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle [1923]

E. Phillips Oppenheim She yawned in the faces of the men who laid themselves out to entertain her, she found punting and polo equally without charm. A Sleeping Memory by E. Phillips Oppenheim [1902]

Henry Handel Richardson The next day was Sunday. Between breakfast and church-time yawned two long hours. The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson

His head was so closely shaven that the skin of his skull could be seen; and the yellow collar of his tunic yawned widely behind, displaying his sunburnt neck. A Love Episode by Émile Zola [1878]

He yawned as he rose to receive his visitor. Wyllard's Weird by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1885]

At nine o’clock Burle woke up, yawned and announced that he was going off to bed; he apologized but declared that he could not keep his eyes open. Captain Burle by Émile Zola

Naughton Jones yawned as if nothing in the world could surprise him, and Professor Mariarty looked most uneasy. Gentlemen of Crime by Arthur Gask [1932]

It was — Lastaola.” A cloud of tobacco smoke from Mills’ pipe drove between my head and the head of Mr. Blunt, who, strange to say, yawned slightly. The Arrow of Gold by Joseph Conrad [1919]

Jules Verne Not merely had there been a submersion of the land, but the impression was more and more confirmed that the very bowels of the earth must have yawned and closed again upon a large territory. Off on a Comet by Jules Verne [1877]

Close beside it yawned the entrance, a large black gap through which nearly a century of storms had rushed with their winds and wet till the lintels were green with moisture and slippery with rot. The Old Stone House and other stories by Anna Katharine Green

Marjorie Bowen He shook her bare shoulder till she yawned out of her heavy sleep. Florence Flannery by Marjorie Bowen

Victor Hugo She yawned as she spoke, and her very yawn was graceful. The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo [1869]

F. Scott Fitzgerald Evidently it surprised her as much as it did me, for she yawned and with a series of rapid, deft movements stood up into the room. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

There was the dais, and before it yawned the pit, open again and glaring upward like a red eye set in the milk-white floor. The Heads of Cerberus by Francis Stevens

Sinclair Lewis He’s brought in lots of souls on that,” yawned Sharon. “Mangy little souls. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis

George Meredith We shall have queens when kings are fossils, mark me!” Ammiani muttered a courtly phrase, whereat Corte yawned in very grim fashion. Vittoria by George Meredith [1867]

Andrew Lang But as soon as the water from the golden flask touched him he yawned and stretched himself, and slowly rose to his feet. The Crimson Fairy Book by Andrew Lang

E. T. A. Hoffmann At the tea-gatherings everybody, in order to ward off suspicion, yawned to an incredible extent and never sneezed. The Sand-Man by E. T. A. Hoffmann

Arthur Conan Doyle Presently a dark hole blacker than the night around them yawned at their feet, and their swords could touch no bottom to it. Sir Nigel by Arthur Conan Doyle [1906]

Wilkie Collins Mr. Goodworth put his hands in his pockets, yawned disconsolately, and looked, with a languidly satirical expression in his eyes, to see what his grandson would do next. Hide and Seek by Wilkie Collins [1854]

Nip, the pointer, blinked at the intruders, yawned desperately, stretched himself a trifle longer, and relapsed into slumber. Vixen by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1879]

She, too, became reserved, and a cruel breach yawned between the husband and wife who, a few short days before, had been so happily united. Run to Earth by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1868]

H.P. Lovecraft When I came to the space I saw that the trap-door yawned widely open. The Shadow Out of Time by H.P. Lovecraft [1935]

John Galsworthy When the last boom died, the door yawned inward, and a man, almost hairless, said: “Yes, sir?” The young man removed a soft hat from a dark head. The Silver Spoon by John Galsworthy

Henry Handel Richardson The big house yawned inhospitably still and empty — but for a common-looking child in copper-toed boots and oilcloth apron, which he unexpectedly ran across: it fled from him like a startled cat. The Way Home by Henry Handel Richardson

Elizabeth Gaskell Tom yawned and went up to bed. Bessy’s Troubles at Home by Elizabeth Gaskell [1852]

Henry Handel Richardson He had swung round in the piano-chair, and he yawned as he spoke, without attempting to disguise it. Maurice Guest by Henry Handel Richardson