While the Mishna articulates the concise, compacted form of the Oral Law as organized by Judah the Prince (Yehudah HaNasi), the Talmud contains the Mishna, commentary on the Mishna, and commentary on commentary. The Talmud (also called "the Gemara") is a sea of rabbinic discussions on a wide range of topics. Interestingly, the layout of a page of Talmud resembles the "frames" technology of a web page. ArtScroll's Schottenstein Edition of the Babylonian Talmud, comprising a set of 73 volumes, offers the most comprehensive elucidation of the Gemara in English today. Listed below are some of most popular volumes for the beginning Talmud student.