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Michael Feingold replies: I should have said "in standard playing texts" since all three plays are full of material, which, like the Clown inOthello, generally is (and always used to be) omitted.
Due to a typographical error, a sentence in a letter by Timothy Gallagher in response to Irin Carmon and Amy Phillips's "Got Your Money Shot" (December 18) was misprinted last week. The sentence should have read: "Most red-blooded American fathers believe daughters and young girls are best ignored, a cost to be endured, especially since the smart ones, like Ms. Carmon and Ms. Phillips, who are on the path to Ivy League degrees, willingly obsess about self-referential pop deities, the image of women in the world, and how men perceive them."
VILLAGEVOICE.COM WINS ONLINE JOURNALISM AWARD
The Village Voice's Web site, Villagevoice.com, has won the National Press Foundation's second annual award for Online Journalism. Other 2001 award winners include CBS News, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Sacramento Bee, the Chicago Tribune, and The New York Times. The award will be presented on February 21 at the NPF's 19th Annual Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C.