“Not a bit of it. He tips a glossy wink to yours truly and yours truly reads the the truth” (Sayers 12).
Dorothy L. Sayers, Whose Body?, (New York: Boni and Liveright, 2009), 12.
Notes: It’s interesting to see after Stein and Joyce that Sayers continues this theme of repetition that’s been so central throughout the course. Sayer’s too continues repetition, not only in stand alone sentences like the one above, but in these lyrical verses that are also found throughout, again, very much like Stein and Joyce.