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Definition of Dorothy L Sayers from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Dorothy L Sayers

 
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(1893-1957) an English writer. She is famous for her detective stories, such as Strong Poison (1930), in which the main character is Lord Peter Wimsey. She also wrote plays on religious subjects and translated the poetry of Dante into English.