The text of my book is composed of a “humanistic cursive” typeface. Each page is composed of a block of text centered on the page. The outer side margin and the bottom margin are wider than the inner side margin and the top margin. Each block of text is crowned with an inscription: on the right page, the name of the author and on the left page. the name of the book, with the page number of the book on the outside of each page. The text is written in continuous blocks of paragraphs. It does not contain any other type of more concrete separation other than a letter of introduction to the text between the title page and the beginning of the text.
The text is accompanied by a few images illustrating the author’s comments. These are hand-drawn diagrams referring to the author’s discourse on scientific analyses and hypotheses.
These diagrams appear randomly in the text. They are positioned as close as possible to the part of the text to which they refer, within the text itself, on the inner or outer sides of the pages.
These diagrams generally do not take up too much space on the page. 1/20 to 1/10 of the space in the text is devoted to them at most (when they are present on a page).
The way this text is written suggests the writing of a novel. Only the diagrams present in the book tell us that it could be a book dealing with an in-depth scientific theme.