Don't make fun of play;Correction;In Brief

30th July 1999 at 01:00
A line was accidentally omitted from Esther Thomas's article - "Don't make fun of play" - last week. It should have read "Margaret Hodge is right to denigrate 'cutting and pasting' if it is merely cutting and pasting to pass the time. However, she does inestimable damage when she allows the public to think cutting and pasting are inherently worthless pursuits. In their simplest form, cutting and pasting exemplify Tina Bruce's first necessary exploratory stage of play."

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