At 11:31 AM 5/13/2007, Nancy Gish wrote:
"It is not at all the case that at any point he.... in any way lost
popularity because of Christianity. That is simply a distortion of the
critical history and is not the point I made. My point was precisely that
this sort of simplification is inaccurate."
and previously wrote:
"Very few readers read him as proposing a religious idea when his first
work came out. Many were distressed at the turn in the late 20s and
30s. They were
If the first statement quoted above is true, does the second mean that
the mainsteam critics were distressed with their own reaction to "the turn
in the late 20s and 30s"?