Finding errors in my book(s) keeps me up at night, and I wish I could go back in time to fix them. Sadly, I can’t, so here’s what I’ve caught.
In Epistolophilia (first print edition):
p. 156 The word “freshly” should be cut (3rd line from the bottom). It’s a remnant from an incomplete edit.
p. 95 Two instances of 1944 should be changed to 1946: last line & 7th line from the bottom. I have no explanation as to how this error crept into the text, except that I, like Šimaitė, am very, very bad with dates. It’s only one of the reasons I’m not actually an historian.
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