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Dorothy L. Sayers Striding Folly: TheEssential Founding Father (A ...
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by sunmeilan - written on 19/05/07 (Very useful, 197 readings)
concept of Bunter, who is more of a friend to Lord Peter than a servant, he is just a little too rough and ready to be true. I suspect that Sayers, who came from a relatively middle class background, didn’t really know all that many people of the servant class and had to base the character on caricatures. The story itself is strong and I did really enjoy it. What lets it down though is the constant reference to change ringing – this is all to do with the way in which church bells are rung in a pattern – I found that this was over-complicated and frankly not all that necessary for the story. I tended to find myself skipping these sections. The bells do play an important ...