Sunday, October 26, 2008

Sunday Lit

A Close-Up of Pop-Up Books, Magical and Movable By AILEEN JACOBSON
The Tee Ridder Miniatures Museum of the Nassau County Museum of Art is exhibiting highlights of a 1,500-volume collection of pop-up books.

Ambivalence as Part of Author’s Legacy By EDWARD ROTHSTEIN
An exhibition about Irène Némirovsky at the Museum of Jewish Heritage includes the manuscript of her “Suite Française.”Slide Show

'Factory Girls' Reviewed by HOWARD W. FRENCH
Leslie T. Chang’s deeply affecting book tells the story of the invisible foot soldiers who made China’s stirring rise possible: the country’s 130 million migrant workers.

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