Corrections and clarifications

Corrections and clarifications column editor

A review of Thomas Dilworth’s biography David Jones: Engraver, Soldier, Painter, Poet (1 April, page 7, Review) said that Jones “didn’t return to the front” after being shot in the leg in June 1916 at Mametz Wood, an engagement in the Battle of the Somme. Dilworth writes to point out that Jones did in fact return to the front in October of that year and stayed until he was evacuated with trench fever in March 1918. “All in all, he spent 117 weeks in the trenches, longer than any other British war writer,” the biographer adds.

• We hugely understated the size of a gallery extension at Tate St Ives in saying it would be “500 sq ft (46 sq metre)”. The extension, due to open this autumn, will have an area of 500 square metres, doubling the gallery’s exhibition space (Tate St Ives reopens with splash of colour from sea, 1 April, page 15).

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