Jan 23, 2011
(measured by acceptance rate.) Journal of Universal Rejection
Jan 5, 2011
More theologically conservative classmates, who were quietly ridiculed for taking the Bible “literally,” understood literature more thoroughly as a symbolic artform that communicated on multiple levels. The ones who thought that the Bible was a “nice story” that shouldn’t be taken literally all tended to view literature in a way that was almost slavishly literal.