Sayers, Dorothy L. and Lord Peter Wimsey by Maren Göpffarth

Sayers, Dorothy L. and Lord Peter Wimsey

byMaren Göpffarth

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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,5 (B), Technical University of Braunschweig, course: Detective Story Inside/Outside the classroom, 4 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Dorothy Leigh Sayers was born at Oxford on 13th June 1893, the only child of the Rev. Henry Sayers, of Anglo-Irish descent. Her father was at the time headmaster of Christ Church College, and she was born in the headmaster's house. Henry Sayers made an impressive clerical and schoolmasterly career.1 Her mother, Helen Mary Leigh Sayers, was the daughter of a solicitor.2 The maiden name of Helen Mary Sayers was Leigh. This name was given to Dorothy as her second first name. This initial 'L' was always very important for her and if somebody forgot it he or she had to expect a reproach. 3 Dorothy Sayers was brought up at Bluntisham Rectory, Cambridgeshire. She was already sixteen years old when she started to visit a school. Before she was thaught latin, french, music (she learned to play the violin and had singing lessons) and german by her father, aunt and mother. But she was not good in mathematics and science. 1 Dorothy L. Sayers - A Literary Biography, Ralph E. Hone, S. 1f 2 Dorothy L. Sayers - A Literary Biography, Ralph E. Hone, S. 2 3 Dorothy L. Sayers, Manfred Siebald, S. 9
Title:Sayers, Dorothy L. and Lord Peter WimseyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 9, 2004Publisher:GRIN VerlagLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3638323714

ISBN - 13:9783638323710

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