Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Gilbert Meilaender on Reading Dorothy Sayers’s Play Cycle for Lent

"The Greatest Drama Ever" (Touchstone, February 19, 2013):
On June 4, 1955, C. S. Lewis wrote to Dorothy Sayers to thank her for a pamphlet and letter she had sent him. He noted, in passing, that “as always in Holy Week,” he had been “re-reading [Sayers’s] The Man Born to Be King. It stands up to this v. particular kind of test extremely well.” We might, I think, do far worse than imitate Lewis in our own Lenten reading... Read more >>
[Hat tip to JM]