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Long-lost siblings have been the subject of numerous novels and films, but real-life stories of such separations possess infinitely more poignancy than any contrivance. Nancy L. Segal's Someone Else's Twin explores surprisingly frequent cases of maternity ward mix-ups and their fascinating long-term consequences. She focuses particularly on separated-at-birth identical twins on what their development tells us about nature vs. nurture, sibling closeness, and personality traits. A fascinating probe of foundlings gone awry.