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Though she ardently defended the church, she was not blind to its shortcomings nor afraid to poke fun at it when it became merely moralistic or institutional: "The Church's approach to an intelligent carpenter," she wrote in Creed or Chaos? What the Church should be telling him is this: that the very first demand that his religion makes upon him is that he should make good tables. At age 51, she picked up Dante's Divine Comedy for the first time, and she became mesmerized: "I bolted my meals, neglected my sleep, work, and correspondence, drove my friends crazy …," she wrote "until I had panted my way through the Three Realms of the Dead from top to bottom and from bottom to top.
What she discovered, she said, was that Dante "was not grim and austere, but sweet and companionable … an affable archangel … [and] that he was a very great comic writer—which is quite the last thing one would ever have inferred from the things people say in their books. She decided that one of her last efforts would be a fresh translation of Dante to help more readers delight in his great work.
Her translation was immediately criticized by scholars who felt Sayers was dabbling in areas beyond her expertise, but the translation remains in print and is, according to one biography, "the most influential and popular translation on the market. In her lifetime, she counted among her friends T. Eliot, Charles Williams, and C. Lewis, and after her death, she still holds the devotion of millions of mystery fans, as well as Christians who want the faith explained with energy, reason, and a twinkle in the eye. Make the Church more beautiful.
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