Manipulating filesystem paths as string objects can quickly become cumbersome:
multiple calls to ``os.path.join`` or ``os.path.dirname``, etc. This module
-offers a set of path objects featuring all the common operations on path in
-an easy, object-oriented way.
+offers a set of classes featuring all the common operations on paths in an
+easy, object-oriented way.
This module requires Python 3.2 or later. If using it with Python 3.3,
you also have access to optional ``openat``-based filesystem operations.
-Indexing a path helps create child
ren paths, similarly to ``os.path.join``::
+Indexing a path helps create child paths, similarly to ``os.path.join``::
The string representation of a path is the raw filesystem path itself, which
-you can pa
th to any function taking a file path as a string::
+you can pa to any function taking a file path as a string::