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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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(verb) to wander or stray from a course or subject; diverge digress

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the time is coming to serve and to encourage their errant divagation over all the surfaces

weird word

—p.167 Energumen Capitalism (163) by Jean-François Lyotard
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I repeat it exclusive of any pertinence; it comes out of the language, it divagates—where?

—p.147 by Roland Barthes
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At the time—one interpretation might divagate—humanity had been nomadic, tribal, hunter-gatherers following the seasonal animal migrations.

—p.526 A (Short) History (509) by Joshua Cohen
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Thus all of the heteronym forger’s mysticism, nationalism, and other ardent divagations came back to none other than himself

—p.22 Introduction: The Drama and Dream of Fernando Pessoa (1) by Richard Zenith
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Modernism was a brief divagation into difficulty; but Richard was still out there, in difficulty.

—p.125 by Martin Amis
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