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The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers - 1899-1936 - the Making of a Detective Novelist

£9.99

Product description

The letters of Dorothy Sayers to family, friends and professional colleagues bear the imprint of her vigorous mind, reflecting the social, cultural and religious issues in which she took a passionate interest. In this volume, Barbara Reynolds has selected letters which provide a portrait of a young woman who loved and lost and a mother who could not acknowledge her own child but who poured her frustrated love for him into her letters.

Hardback book in very good condition, signed by the editor on the title page. Ends of spine bumped. There is a 1cm horizontal closed tear at the bottom right corner of the title page. The fore edge and top edge of of the text block has some light staining.
The dustjacket is in good condition. It has shelfwear and creasing along the top and bottom edges. There is some bumping at the top and bottom ends of the spine and the top corners of the flaps. It is price clipped.

Item details

Added value:
Chosen and edited by Barbara Reynolds, with a preface by P.D. James.
Author(s):
Sayers, Dorothy L; edited by Barbara Reynolds
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition 1995
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0340536233
ISBN-13:
9780340536230
Number of pages:
421
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton
Title:
The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers - 1899-1936 - the Making of a Detective Novelist

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The letters of Dorothy Sayers to family, friends and professional colleagues bear the imprint of her vigorous mind, reflecting the social, cultural and religious issues in which she took a passionate interest. In this volume, Barbara Reynolds has selected letters which provide a portrait of a young woman who loved and lost and a mother who could not acknowledge her own child but who poured her frustrated love for him into her letters.

Hardback book in very good condition, signed by the editor on the title page. Ends of spine bumped. There is a 1cm horizontal closed tear at the bottom right corner of the title page. The fore edge and top edge of of the text block has some light staining.
The dustjacket is in good condition. It has shelfwear and creasing along the top and bottom edges. There is some bumping at the top and bottom ends of the spine and the top corners of the flaps. It is price clipped.

Added value:
Chosen and edited by Barbara Reynolds, with a preface by P.D. James.
Author(s):
Sayers, Dorothy L; edited by Barbara Reynolds
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition 1995
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0340536233
ISBN-13:
9780340536230
Number of pages:
421
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton
Title:
The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers - 1899-1936 - the Making of a Detective Novelist

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