For the record

Piercefield House, referred to in a subheading as “one of England’s great literary landmarks”, is actually on the Welsh side of the River Wye (From Coleridge’s inspiration to ruin, can mansion’s decline be halted?, 17 September, p9).

James Stewart, not James Mason, was the star of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window (My son’s school is only across the street, but that doesn’t make his journey any easier…, 17 September, Magazine, p37).

Christina Newland, who writes a film newsletter on the Substack platform, is a New Yorker living in Nottingham, not in London as we said (From me to your inbox, 10 September, New Review, p12).

• Other recently amended articles include:

What a brawl in a Peckham shop tells us about race and class in Britain today

‘I wake up happy! I’m singing all day’: Marina Abramović on pain, love – and her recent brush with death

‘I couldn’t believe the data’: how thinking in a foreign language improves decision-making

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