Dorothy Sayers

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“Her aim was to tell the Christian story to the best of her ability within the medium of which she was most in command, to make as good a work of art as she was able. Though distinct, art and evangelism ‘turned out to demand one another’. For all she did and was, for delight and instruction, for her militant loyalty as a friend, for courage and honesty, for richly feminine qualities which showed through a port and manner superficially masculine and gleefully ogreish – let us thank the Author who invented her’.

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