Books, Miscellaneous

A Cold Winter in Poland

Have you ever wanted to count every sentence in War and Peace and plot them on a horizontal axis of a graph, and then count every word in those sentences and plot them on the vertical axis of the graph? What is wrong with you? Some very kind nuclear physicists in Cracow, Poland, have spared us this necessary task. And not just War and Peace, because they have completed it for Ulysses, The Ambassadors, Moby Dick and a further 109 literary classics, written in English, Italian, French, German, Polish and Russian.

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