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Dante Alighieri. The Comedy of Dante Alighieri the Florentine. Cantica I: Hell; Cantica II: Purgatory; Cantica III: Paradise. Translated by Dorothy L. Sayers. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, 1949, 1955, 1962. The first two volumes include Sayers's theological introduction, notes, and commentary on her translation; the third volume required completion of the translation by Barbara Reynolds, and appropriate notes and commentary.

Loades, Ann. "The Sacramentalist's Agenda: Dorothy L. Sayers." In Feminist Theology: Voices from the Past by Ann Loades, pp. 167–192. Oxford and Malden, Mass., 2001. This chapter assesses Sayers's critique of the deficiencies of Christian anthropology so far as women are concerned, and the resources she found for her critique in the work of Dante.

Reynolds, Barbara. The Passionate Intellect: Dorothy L. Sayers' Encounter with Dante. Kent, Ohio, 1989.

Reynolds, Barbara. Dorothy L. Sayers: Her Life and Soul. London, 1993. Major biography by Sayers's collaborator, who also edited the letters of Sayers, published in four volumes...

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