Considers Sayers as the Inkling-related author who best articulates the theme of man as sub-creator. Finds this theme manifest in the Lord Peter Wimsey novels—the criminal plotting the crime and the detective re-creating it are both practicing sub-creativity—as well as more explicitly in her religious plays. Also discusses the themes of academic and intellectual honesty essential to the novel Gaudy Night.
Whitaker, Christe Ann
"An Introductory Paper on Dorothy Sayers,"
Mythcon Proceedings: Vol. 1:
4, Article 8.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/mythpro/vol1/iss4/8