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For The Record

September 09, 2009

"Parallel Play" book review: A review of Tim Page's book "Parallel Play" that ran Sept. 6 in Arts & Books incorrectly rendered a quote from the book about Page's connections to loved ones. The quote in the review read: "Once somebody becomes a part of my life, I will let them out only for the most urgent of reasons. Death doesn't count. I'm not priding myself on my loyalty here: I'm loyal enough but my brain simply isn't agile enough to comprehend such seismic changes, and the world with my parents . . . and other people I've loved, is no more imaginable to me than the world without clouds, the color green or the city of London." The line in the book actually reads "the world without my parents," not "with."

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