The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers: Volume II: 1937 to 1943 from Novelist to Playwright.
Chosen and edited by Sayers's personal friend and acclaimed biographer Barbara Reynolds and P. D. James. During WWII, Sayers left Lord Peter Wimsey to become a playwright and a controversial figure. Writing about religion, she was accused of blasphemy by some and heralded as a great lay theologian by others. These letters were written at the height of this time of her life. The themes of her wartime experiences and her ideas about Christian doctrine are present throughout. Preface by P. D. James. 1998. Hb, Dj, plastic protector. St. Martin's Press. Excellent condition. USED. $18.00