I removed the following passages from the text, because they are editorialising and therefore not appropriate in an encyclopaedic article:
- [...] it actually was a bona-fide, soft-cover, educational text book, Prentice Hall was renowned for. Nevertheless, Prentice Hall, the reputable publisher of such works and very much against their grain, [...]
- Considering the reputation of Prentice Hall, one might be excused for considering this edition as a flippant one, were it not for the quality of writing, as well as the high production value of the book, i.e. full color representation of illustrations on high grade gloss paper.