Women, Work and Wimsey
James Brabazon: Dorothy L. Sayers;
Charles Scribner's Sons; New York.
by Keirh Bower
"I like the Gargoyle best," Dorothy1.
Sayers wrote in a poem from her mid
teens. She continues, ". . . while the
parson, full ofprideI Spouts at his weary
flock insideIThe Gargoyle, from his lofty
seatI Spouts at the people in the street."
The figure was prophetic, for, though
she could never have known it at the
time, Dorothy 1. Sayers would someday
find her vocation imit...