To the Editor:
I would like to congratulate COMMENTARY on the publication of Lionel Abel’s brilliant memoir, “The Surrealists in New York” [October 1981]. . . . It is beautifully perceived and written. . . .
Jean Martin Frumkin
New York City
In Lionel Abel’s article, the name of the art dealer Julien Levy was misspelled. We regret the error.—Ed.
In Herb Greer’s article, “Ulster: In the Empty House of the Stare” [January 1982], a line was inadvertently omitted from page 61, column 1. The correct passage should read: “As Mussolini said of himself and Italy in 1932: their aim is simple—they wish to govern Ireland. Their stoutest backing in this noble enterprise comes not from Ireland but from the United States.”—Ed.