Roberta Smith, "Putting Names to the Greats of Indian Art," NYT, 29 September, reviews "‘Wonder of the Age': Master Painters of India, 1100-1900," an exhibit at Manhattan's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Kevin Baker, "The Doctors Who Killed a President," NYT, 30 September, and Del Quentin Wilber for the Washington Post, 30 September, review Candice Millard's Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President.
Alison Light, "Servants in the twentieth century," TLS, 28 September, reviews Lucy Delap's Knowing Their Place: Domestic service in twentieth-century Britain.
Joshua Kurlantzick, "After Deng: On China's Transformation," Nation, 27 September, reviews Ezra Vogel's Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China and Henry Kissinger's On China.
Michelle Norris, "Old-Fashioned Letter Writing Meets Digital Age," All Things Considered, 30 September, interviews Shaun Usher, who blogs at Letters of Note. Usher has a contract to do a book of the letters he has published on his blog.
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