The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers

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I would draw your attention particularly to that last sentence, whichoffers an explanation of what the writer rightly calls the "distressingfact" that the intellectual skills bestowed upon us by our educationare not readily transferable to subjects other than those in which we acquiredthem: "he remembers what he has learnt, but forgets altogether howhe learned it."

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Paul M. Bechtel writes that Dorothy Leigh Sayers (1893-1957) brieflyentered on a teaching career after graduating from Oxford. She publisheda long and popular series of detective novels, translated the "DivineComedy," wrote a series of radio plays, and a defense of Christianbelief.

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