Four Sacred Plays Paperback – Aug by Dorothy L. Sayers (Author)5/5(1). Four Sacred Plays - Kindle edition by Dorothy L. Sayers. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Four Sacred Plays.5/5(1). Genre/Form: Drama: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sayers, Dorothy L. (Dorothy Leigh), Four sacred plays. London: Gollancz, , © For the first time in one volume: The Devil to Pay was also written for the Canterbury Festival and was based on the Faust Just Vengeance was written for the Lichfield Cathedral Festival in The plot involves around an Airman who has been shot down. His spirit returns to his home in Lichfield where he is shown the meaning of Atonement, his conversion takes .
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This book contains four short plays by Sayers on a religious theme. The Zeal of Thy House was written for Canterbury Cathedral and dramatises an episode in its construction. The Devil to Pay is a reworking of the Faust legend. /5(25). One Two Three Four hasn’t the authority or the insight of Ian MacDonald’s sacred Revolution in the Head, and lacking an index it isn’t as useful as . Four Sacred Plays by Dorothy L. Sayers, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14). Dorothy L. Sayers, known as a novelist, also wrote the following plays. Busman's Honeymoon ; Dorothy L. Sayers began writing plays for public performance in with Busman’s Honeymoon, a dramatic incarnation of the characters from her Lord Peter Wimsey books. She collaborated on this script with her friend from her college days at Oxford, M. St. Clare Byrne who was a .