Dorothy L. Sayers quotes on writing

  The making of miracles to edification was as ardently admired by pious Victorians as it was sternly discouraged by Jesus of Nazareth. Not that the Victorians were unique in this respect. Modern writers also indulge in edifying miracles though they generally prefer to use them to procure unhappy endings, by which piece of thaumaturgy they win the title of realists.  
Dorothy L. Sayers

Quotes by author Dorothy L. Sayers

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