At 09:51 PM 4/25/2006, you wrote:
>I don't see anything wrong, if it be from an ENglish
>professor or a layman,
I didn't say anything was wrong. Rather that Carrol's pronouncement was
what?....say narrowly construed, and that Mother Theresa might have a point
of view worth as much as or more than Carrol's.
>in finding one a scoundrel by
>what one read of that person provided it was
>authentic. And Hitchens certainly was.
Haven't read it, but would think , judging by his inauthentic technique in
the Eliot piece, that if he was authentic here, he is one of those leopards
that can change its spots. At will, it would have to be. I don't think he
is credible. At the level of character.
And now I'm off for a couple days sampling gas prices around our great state.