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Date: 2016-11-01 01:02 (UTC)
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I think the whole scope of the books is such the way to go -- even people who mostly love Harriet would find much to love in the other books.

I agree that in GN Oxford is not presented as claustrophobic but as a refuge, as a safe place, despite the oncoming storm.

The thing about this entire series that it so amazing is that it works as so many things -- as purely a detective series, as literary novels, as social commentary, as feminism. I never get tired of them all. I've read the whole thing many times.

Nine Tailors in particular offers more every time I read it; the plotting and choice of scenes alone is astonishing in its effective rule breaking.

And one of the overlooked talents of Sayers is her masterful command of POV.

Thanks for the post.
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