The retranslation merely reduces the redundency of the instruction to its most logical elements in order to make it easier to read by modern eyes, and includes footnotes. The text block has been slightly rearranged so that most of the text has moved toward the front, while the art galleries have been moved toward the back. The chapter headings have been rendered in text only to save space. "I wanted to produce a book which is instructive as well as entertaining to the 21st century mind," the author said. "And for a lower price. I did not want to produce it in the smaller format because the art would have been scrunched, so it is as inexpensive as it can be, given all the variables involved."
Theresa M. Moore is an author and illustrator who publishes under the Antellus imprint. She writes in a strong cinematic style to bring the full experience of the story to the reader. Moore also writes nonfiction essays and books on genre related subjects like history, mythology and science, with a view to educate as well as entertain.
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