New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1978. First Thus. Octavo, original purple cloth over lavender boards, original dust jacket. Upper right corner bumped. About-fine. Item #80
"SIMPLE, POWERFUL REFLECTIONS ON THE HUMAN CONDITION IN THE SCIENTIFIC AGE" First edition thus of this collection of essays. Dorothy Sayers was something of a jack-of-all-trades with the pen, issuing a steady output of drama, poetry, essays, crime novels, and translations. As a devout Anglican, her lasting contribution in these efforts may well have been her Christian perspective. Originally published in 1969 as Christian Letters to a Post-Christian World (Eerdmanns). This title was part of the Macmillan series that reprinted collections of C. S. Lewis, J. B. Phillips and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. With a Foreword by William Griffin of Macmillan, dated April 1, 1978.