Wednesday November 25, 2020

Sittenfeld grows in stature with skilful short stories

Curtis Sittenfeld has always written brilliantly about young adulthood, and her characters are often wrestling with the remnants of their younger selves

29th April, 2018
Curtis Sittenfeld has proved herself to be a clear-eyed chronicler of what it’s like to grow up and grow older in the US

FICTION: You Think It, I’ll Say It, By Curtis Sittenfeld, Doubleday, €14.95

Ever since the publication of her debut novel, Prep, back in 2005 , the American novelist Curtis Sittenfeld has proved herself to be a clear-eyed chronicler of what it’s like to grow up and grow older in America, writing with compassion and wit and without sentiment. These gifts are on full display in You Think It, I’ll Say It,...

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