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comment Is there a word that represents both a rant and a musing?
Haha nice, I think that fits. Funny enough Google definition gives an example use of farrago as "a farrago of fact and myth about Abraham Lincoln". This is another related use case and I may be easily and more specifically translated as say, a 'didactic farrago on Abraham Lincoln's life as a republican.' no?
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comment Is there a word that represents both a rant and a musing?
The second definition would have been suitable but definitely not referring to the case of speaking to oneself. The reflection is presented for the purpose of the listener(s) and in a way that it can be remembered using humor or maybe some other tool.
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