In the July 22 "Books," Judith Shulevitz misidentified a Kafka character as K. rather than Gregor Samsa.
In the July 22 "Green Room," Christopher Flavelle referred to "passenger-miles per gallon" as "miles per passenger per gallon."
In a July 21 "Moneybox," Chadwick Matlin mistakenly referred to Orange Park, Fla., as Orange Grove, Fla. No such place exists.
In the July 20 "Today's Papers," Ryan Grim stated that Diane McLeod received a credit card offer with a $300 monthly limit, half of which went to fees. The limit was an overall credit line, and the fees were annual.
In the July 14 "Books," Tim Wu neglected to mention that Michael Heller, the author under review, is his colleague at Columbia Law School.
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