Book summary: Spiritual Writings


Admirers of Sayers' detective fiction are not always aware of her talents as a writer of spirituality, translator of Dante, and forerunner of Christian feminism. Ann Loades interweaves Sayers' life experiences with her theology to produce a complete portrait of Sayers from her childhood to her later writings and discovery of Dante. Includes excerpts from both poetry and fiction, broadcast plays, popular religious essays, biography, satire, and her mature reflections on work, vocation, creativity, and imagination.

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