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This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

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(adjective) characterized by abundance; copious / (adjective) generous in amount, extent, or spirit / (adjective) being full and well developed / (adjective) aesthetically, morally, or generally offensive / (adjective) exceeding the bounds of good taste; overdone / (adjective) excessively complimentary or flattering; effusive

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it was Bloch in Czechoslovakia who volunteered fulsome affadavits for the Moscow trials

—p.15 Presentation I (9) by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Lukács's neo-naivety does not even call a halt before Thomas Mann, whom he plays off against Joyce in a fulsome flattery which would have nauseated the great chronicler of decay.

this is so scathing I love it

—p.171 Reconciliation under Duress (151) by Theodor W. Adorno
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For him, a more fulsome embrace of technology capitalism will serve to strengthen society.

—p.116 Technological Utopianism Is Dangerous (95) by Lizzie O'Shea
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Fulsome explainers like George Eliot

—p.162 Dialogue (161) by James Wood
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Such a reduction of labour to a fulsome economic zero

—p.160 The Theatre of Loss … Work (130) by Peter Fleming
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