Katie Grubbs, Marie Hause, and Alexis Neal discuss the feminism of Dorothy Sayers as expressed in the essays “Are Women Human?” and “The Human-Not-Quite-Human” and the novel Gaudy Night. This episode, Part 2, includes our thoughts on Gaudy Night and our recommendations.



  • Gaudy Night: our general reactions to the novel; what ideas from the essays that we see appearing in the novel; other connections between the theories/opinions expressed in the essays and the narrative of the book; final thoughts



Marie: Gabrielle Bellot’s “Hayao Miyazaki and the Art of Being a Woman”

Alexis: the Thin Man series of films and Jerram Barrs’ Tea With Jerram lecture series on Dorothy Sayers

Katie: Margery Allingham’s Campion series of mystery novels

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