What is the difference between Unabridged, Abridged, and Audio Original titles?
An unabridged reading or dramatization is a complete word-for-word reading of the original work with very minor changes to aid audio comprehension.
Economical abridged titles are shorter, carefully edited versions of the original text, crafted to preserve the author's style and intent.
Audio Original works are considered unabridged if they are complete original material, adaptations, or performances.
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