Dorothy L. Sayers

Dorothy L. Sayers: Selected full-text books and articles

Whose Body? By Dorothy L. Sayers Harper and Brothers, 1923
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Conundrums for the Long Week-End: England, Dorothy L. Sayers, and Lord Peter Wimsey By Robert Kuhn McGregor; Ethan Lewis Kent State University Press, 2000
Loving the Creation, Loving the Creator: Dorothy L. Sayers's Theology of Work By Harrison, William H Anglican Theological Review, Vol. 86, No. 2, Spring 2004
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After My Own Heart: Dorothy L. Sayers's Feminism By Haack, Susan New Criterion, Vol. 19, No. 9, May 2001
Authors Today and Yesterday: A Companion Volume to Living Authors By Stanley J. Kunitz; Howard Haycraft; Wilbur C. Hadden H.W. Wilson, 1933
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