You'll notice the “Side by Side Compare” window is divided
into 2 mirrored sections below the horizontal separator line. Each side
can display one Chapter of whichever Edition of this Book is selected
in the top pull-down list. The pull-down list below the Edition list is
the Chapter selection list. It will change, depending on which edition
When selections are complete for both sides of the window, simply click
on the <Compare> button that is between the 2
mirrored sides. Your selections will appear in the 2 frames below the
selection boxes. In addition, Cover images will be displayed next to
their respective selection boxes. You may click the Cover image to bring
up a window of a larger Cover image, and some information on the edition
you have selected.
Directly above each selected Book/Chapter frame is a Search form
you can use to search the respective document. Simple enter the text to
search for — case insensitive — and click on the Search
button. The text will be highlighted in the text frame. Please note:
this feature may not work properly in some versions of some browsers.
As you peruse the documents, you may come across some error/typos that
need correction: below each set of selection boxes there is a link to our
Text Correction form, one for each of the 2 texts. There is also a link
to the Correction Help instructions. Be sure to click on the Corrections
Link that corresponds to the Text you are correcting.
Some notes on the correction process: we strive to present Steiner's
material in the same way it was presented in the original publication
— typos and all. We may add a clarifying remark at points, but if
your correction points to one of these instances, we may or may not add
the clarification. We will, however, change any and all errors/typos we
have made in bringing the document to the Web.
Another point to remember: there are quite a few German words, even in
the English translations. Umlauts may run rampant in a particular
text. Be sure you have the correct character set turned on for your
We hope you enjoy this feature,
— The e.Librarian