The book reconstructs theoretical frameworks originally used in building up the concept of a field.
In this sense, his book reconstructs his own experience in studying the question of Iraq and how he arrived, even somewhat reluctantly, at his overall conclusion.
Their book "delightfully reconstructs the creation story," Lawrence Hunter wrote in the Book Review in 1996.
The book reconstructs the Miami-Illinois language and all its grammatical features.
The present book, except for its beginning, is a historical novel - specifically, a historical detective book - carefully reconstructing a historical past time with a lot of hindsight.
In particular, the book reconstructs a myth of a heavenly mill which rotates around the pole star, and grinds out the world's salt and soil, and is associated with the maelstrom.
This book is complemented with abundant photographic material and reconstructs step by step the process, planning, implementation and outcome of the strategic operation.
Thus, books about the visual arts of the United States, such as Francis Pohl's Framing America, start with the conquest and reconstruct manifold traditions.
The book carefully reconstructs the principal battles from primary sources including many interviews with both military leadership and front-line soldiers.
And Booth's scheme, as this book intricately reconstructs it, involved much more careful, long-range calculation than has previously been acknowledged.