The journalist Christopher Schmidt (Feuilleton of the Süddeutsche Zeitung) in 2011 led a full-page interview with todays best known german Shakespeare translator Frank Günther and asked him on a receent book about the Marlowe theory of a Munich neurologist?
It is noticeable that Mr. Christopher Schmidt
* did neither mention the name of the author nor the title of this book
* did accept Günthers disparagement of the book
* and gave large room to Günters bizarre theory of the Queen as Shakspeares most likely candidate
What is your most plausible interpretation for Schmidts journalistic approach?