The author of the passage suggests that critics' complaints about the structure of Dust Tracks are A. not valid, because Dust Tracks should not be judged by the standards of conventional autobiography. B. unjustified, because they have not been directed at other Hurston texts that are similarly structured. C. justified, given the extent to which Dust Tracks is autobiographical. D. inexplicable, given the critical response to Their Eyes Were Watching God. E. compelling, because Huston's warmest admirers have complained the most strenuously.