"Forgive me if I exaggerate. But if any patch of our culture can be said to be post-Christian, it is literature. Half a century after Flannery O’Connor, Walker Percy, Reynolds Price and John Updike presented themselves as novelists with what O’Connor called 'Christian convictions', their would-be successors are thin on the ground."
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Has Fiction Lost Its Faith?
Essay by Paul Elie in The New York Times.