Her prose reflected her position. It was by no means fancy. She liked short, declarative sentences, but not in the assertive manner of Esther McCoy. The founding full-time architecture critic for the New York Times (between 1962 and 1982), her language stood in service of what she was trying to say, and so it did not always follow the Chicago Manual of Style or even Microsoft's Read more
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