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Please tell Albert Williams that his otherwise excellent review of The Vietnamization of New Jersey [September 8] incorrectly identifies Liat as named for a character in The King and I--she's actually Bloody Mary's daughter in South Pacific and a closer match for the comparison he is making.

Jerry A. Schulman

Oakbrook Terrace

Albert Williams replies:

Of course, I was thinking of Tuptim. Thanks for the correction.

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