Maker and Craftsman: The Story of Dorothy L. Sayers

Maker and Craftsman: The Story of Dorothy L. Sayers

Alzina Stone Dale / Dec 06, 2019

Maker and Craftsman The Story of Dorothy L Sayers Revised for the centennial celebration of the birth of Dorothy L Sayers this biography describes a life profuse with literary products as rich and varied as her past

  • Title: Maker and Craftsman: The Story of Dorothy L. Sayers
  • Author: Alzina Stone Dale
  • ISBN: 9780595266036
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • Revised for the 1993 centennial celebration of the birth of Dorothy L Sayers, this biography describes a life profuse with literary products as rich and varied as her past.

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    1. An easy to understand but badly written biography. Dale, an American writer, gives historical and cultural context to the events and forces in Sayers' life and explains in depth things that an English writer takes as a given. This can however feel like an irritating "dumbing down" and over-explanation. There are also handy maps of Sayers' London and England as well as sketches of buildings and a couple of photographs. Dale passes by what has already been said in the previous biography by Janet H [...]


    2. This biography was not the first to go against Dorothy Sayers' expressed wish not to have a biography written for 50 years after her death; that honour goes to Hitchman's "Such a Strange Lady." But it is an early one, and although Dale appears to have had some co-operation in terms of quotation permissions and access to Sayers' letters, the biography is certainly not the "authorized" (that is Brabazon's). Brabazon himself calls this a "juvenile" biography in his bibliography, but I didn't get th [...]


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