In TheDescent of the Dove, Charles Williams' theme is that of the coinherence of all people with each other, God, and the created world. If we all believed in the sacramental reality of Coinherence, we would treat each other and ourselves with respect and veneration. We would see, in every person and created thing, the image dei. We would begin to base our actions towards others on a mutual respect for a fellow Coinheritor. Great literature does that; it reveals the Coinherence of all things. Great works of art of all kinds do that. The reason the kind of modern art that disassembles reality is so unattractive (to most) is because at its core it is fighting Coinherence. No one can properly disassemble reality, exept for its Creator. This is also the problem with Deconstructionist literary theory: a critic attempts to analyse a work, apart from the intent of its maker, in the hope of making something new. But the creator of the work already made that thing, in light of the Coinherence, and it is the job of the reader and critic, it is, in fact, his place (dare I say) to attempt to receive and understand that.