The list ran the gamut from Aristotle to Zen, from The Catcher in the Rye to The Cat in the Hat, from epic novels to unabridged dictionaries.
When I was a kid, I used to enjoy doing something very much like this by following cross-references in the unabridged dictionary at the library.
It used to be that an unabridged dictionary and an encyclopedia would be kept accessible in middle-class homes, for settling questions of language or fact.
You'll find it in Karrada - whether it's a gold bracelet or fuzzy slippers or the complete, unabridged collection of the late Al-Hakeem's religious lectures on CD.
Johnson and Patterson, both English professors, edited a new unabridged edition of Rural Hours and some of Cooper's other writings as well as Essays on Nature and Landscape.
This reprint is the original, unabridged text.
What follows is probably a gross violation of copyright law, since it's the whole obituary, complete and unabridged .
Rachmaninov, who put up with truncations to most of his works, absolutely refused to shorten the concerto and played it complete and unabridged in a state of tangible tension.
You can also try reading the whole unabridged book here, but I bet you don't make it even a quarter of the way to the end of the first chapter.
So, for Tim's peace of mind and history's record, here's the Diarist's excerpt in its unabridged entirety.