Ultimately, the book raises questions about how a person becomes who and what he is.
Some felt the book raised important questions but failed to adequately make its case.
And so a book like this one raises many questions.
The other books do not raise an issue of such gravity.
Longer books and special features like color photographs raise costs, however.
So together their new books raise the same questions: What purpose is served by a written account?
Both the music and the book will raise further funds for aid groups in Africa.
These books raise the obvious question: Where is the human resources department in all this?
The book, though, has raised the hormone levels of at least seven medical doctors.
The question, like so many of the questions this odd book raises, is hard to answer.