Zilpha Keatley Snyder | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Alice Fleming

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Critical Essay by Alice Fleming

The story [of "Eyes in the Fishbowl"] is told from Dion's point of view and suffers from the limits of a 14-year-old's vocabulary and descriptive powers. Moreover, Madame Stregovitch's mischievous ghosts are only slightly amusing. It is especially hard to smile when they finally cause so much confusion at Alcott-Simpson's that the store is forced to go out of business.

Alice Fleming, "For Young Readers: 'Eyes in the Fishbowl'," in New York Times Book Review (© 1968 by The New York Times Company; reprinted by permission), May 26, 1968, p. 30.

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