Which of the following can be inferred from the passage concerning the majority of the nineteenth-century reviewers of woman's fiction? A. They considered the position taken by the clergy in regard to woman's fiction self-serving. B. They did not make fine distinctions between different authors. C. They placed a higher value on plot than on social significance. D. They subscribed to the view of writers as purveyors of popular entertainment rather than as artists. E. They regarded woman's fiction as high as publishers did.