There is no reason why one should follow from the other, and the original sentence does not say or suggest that it should. It merely says that both points are true.I just don't understand why someone will be an object of exacting analyses by his contemporaries if he is a demanding reader of the fictions of his contemporaries.
What is your question, amismael? Always explain clearly what you want to know so people can give a useful answer.Ever a demanding reader of the fictions of others, the novelist Chase was likewise often the object of meticulous analyses by his contemporaries.
My question is: What's the meaning of "a demanding reader"?What is your question, amismael? Always explain clearly what you want to know so people can give a useful answer.
You also should tell us where you saw or heard the sentence you are asking about.
I found this sentence on a website called Quizlet in a set of contextless flashcards: news Flashcards | Quizlet
The sentence is a an example of the use of the word 'likewise'.
It possible that amismael saw it somewhere else.