Noticed in the Press – December 29, 2012

 

An op-ed in the December 27 edition of The Washington Post by Ray D. Madoff: "The IRS's Income Gap"   'Tax fairness and the wealthy'

 

A book review by Leon Botstein in the December 22-23 issue of The Wall Street Journal: "An Opening That Echoes Endlessly" The book reviewed is  "The First Four Notes" by Matthew Guerrieri, Knopf, $26.95, 359 pages The review includes a Reader’s Guide to Beethoven, that includes a volume on the Hungarian composer Ferenc Liszt.

 

In the same edition, a book review by D. J. Taylor: "The Mystery of Charles Dickens"    ‘A paucity of evidence clouds the question of whether the great writer had a long affair with a young actress.’ The book are "Great Expectations" by Robert Gottlieb, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $25, 239 pages "The Great Charles Dickens Scandal" by Michael Slater, Yale, $30, 215 pages "Charles Dickens in Love" by Robert Garnett, Pegasus, $29.95, 440 pages

 

    

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