Hooray! I have found a PDF of Elizabeth Anscombe's 1958' paper Modern Moral Philosophy.
I am also working through After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory (Third Edition) by Alasdair MacIntyre.
I can't help but conclude from this turn events, that I am spending too much time alone with my thoughts and that - for me at least - lock-down can't end soon enough.
Finding yourself pondering whether virtue ethics qualifies as a rival approach to deontology and utilitarianism, can't be good can it? It's not like everyone else needs to be rescued from agonizing about how Jeremy Bentham or Immanuel Kant's take on life's little challenges might unfold.