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An It It Yourself Mysterium by Pseudonym Bosch
So I really enjoy this short pause from my normal, more intensive read. Pseudonym Bosch was one of the writers of his early years, and I always liked his feet and the way he wrote in general, and this one was no exeption. There were more notes and more of his character, if anything.
It was the only reason I liked the textbook, and not even in view of the potentially valuable information it provides for younger people. As it is not an "ordinary" work, it will not be an usual comment. Although I have already learned the same things in my lessons, I still enjoy it and see that it is worthwhile for younger people to find an interesting way to find out more about the typing experience or to test their abilities with the "tasks" in the work!
It' not a "real" work. It' got the appearance of a tale, but that's not the point of this one. The most important quality of his work is to educate others to spell better, or to give an idea of how Bosch is writing. The teachings of this book:
Much of POV's basic typing is covered in this volume (excellently illustrated by naming POV 3 an observational title, "he cracked the glass", POV 2 an indictment, "you cracked the glass", and POV 1 a plea, "I cracked the glass"), down to the whole of genres, using straight forward samples of Gothic, Fantasy and Classic Crime in conjunction with enigma to show the distinction a particular style can make on a work.
He also talks about the technological aspect of a textbook, from the cover to the epigraphy to the copyrights page (and of course the meaning of pseudonyms). But even if you know all this, the small tasks can be a rather calm exercise in typing, and the volume is even only interesting because of the humour of Bosch.
Throughout the whole process, a mixture of fun notes, breaks in quiche, the rabbit, and "postponement pages", which are far too real, kept me on the hook, even though the information was all just repeated. You can also find this Review on my blog: https://paragraphsandpages.wordpress....