Volume 38 - Editorial and Contributors
For writing of her convictions in a way that is “undaunted, quick-witted, and without any hint of an apology—but above all, in a way that is joyful and that causes joy in turn . . . one must be grateful to [Dorothy L. Sayers]” writes Karl Barth in the introduction to his German translation of Sayers’s The Greatest Drama Ever Staged. That foreword, along with a letter from Barth to Sayers, is translated into English for the first time here by David McNutt, who explores . . .
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