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We are reading The Inklings for C. S. Lewis Society. Carpenter says that Sayers was really influenced by Williams, and that makes a lot of sense. She had not read Dante when she met him, and that was one of his main influences.


Obviously I made a mistake in scheduling this. It wa supposed to appear Monday morning as usual.

But anyway: that's interesting. Would not have occurred to me, but in C&C she is a bit dismissive of "Roman Catholic" theology, and it occurred to me to wonder how or why ten years or so later she was much more respectful (I think).

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