Most of the self-important literature in the market is hard to read. Some of the best and most important literature is so readable that it is overlooked by the critics. It is hard for a critic to accept that a piece, which is interesting, even exciting to ordinary people, could possibly be rich, deep, multi-layered art. However, the man who writes for the sake of the critics is like a politician who tries to only to win the votes of the elite. In a society where one man equals one vote, the approval of the elites should not be enough.