A reader asks of Sontag:
The evidence, as they say, might be a bit thin. Put aside all of her politics, interviews, "works" and "happenings" and pronouncements. Indeed, the only -- only! -- text is "Old Complaints Revisitied", contained in the collection I, Et Cetera .My question is intellectual and biographical in nature: was Sontag ever Catholic, or at least Christian? Maybe a passing fancy, a youthful daliance? Like Umberto Eco (who once threw out in passing, "I have settled my accounts with Aristotelian-Thomism.")The language in the story OCR is that of a Struggling Believer, not particularly happy with The Organization, but also reluctant to leave.Your thoughts? Your readers would know.