The New York Times last week announced that Vargas Llosa had won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Said the subhead: "The Peruvian writer’s deeply political work examines the perils of power and corruption in Latin America."
What's the difference between "political literature" and "deeply political literature"?
My best answer: "Political literature" is literature whose subtle political messages we don't agree with.
"Deeply political literature" is literature that supports ideas that we do agree with.
Who can tell me I'm oversimplifying?