Sir, I gotta tell you, I finished the book and had no clue what you were talking about. So, I went through it again and found nothing that overtly caught my attention. On my third reading, I wondered if my mind was so torpid and dull that I couldn’t perceive some sort of cleverness in the allegory that you were warning me about.
Then I went to the internet to learn that the copy I picked up at a yard sale is a very neutered version. There will be no Giant Popes for me. :D… :rotfl:
I am disappointed, but it is comforting to know the book isn’t supposed as insipid as it read.
But I’d be interested to hear what you think a Catholic could take from this book?