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English citations of diurnal

  • 1983 — It is the peasant's entertainment, the drunkard's license; even the church in her wisdom has granted the moment of feast, carnival, fair, this diurnal pollution that releases humors and distracts from other desires and other ambitions. — Umberto Eco, Foucault's Pendulum, 1980. As translated by William Weaver