Excursus



[ek-skur-suh s] /ɛkˈskɜr səs/

noun, plural excursuses, excursus.
1.
a detailed discussion of some point in a book, especially one added as an appendix.
2.
a digression or incidental excursion, as in a narrative.
/ɛkˈskɜːsəs/
noun (pl) -suses, -sus
1.
an incidental digression from the main topic under discussion or from the main story in a narrative

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