In his essay “The Business of Theory,” William Deresiewicz argues which of the following about Terry Eagleton’s book After Theory ? A. It offers a strong outline for how theory can be conducted in the 21st century. B. It should not be read or considered by any student or scholar. C. It offers some valid ideas and critiques, but its author is not entirely trustworthy. D. It offers a strong counterpoint to Jacques Derrida’s notion of deconstruction.