"A surfeit of elitist sensitivity undermines the novel's genuine intelligence and sensory delights."
At the center of Winthrop's latest (Fireworks, 2006), which concerns a Manhattan family in crisis, is an abnormally sensitive, artistic and bright 11-year-old girl who has not spoken a word in nine months.
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