That's a no for me! I'm curious to whom that would be appealing, though. I did volunteer proofing OCR texts of public domain books for Project Gutenberg for a while. It was always something in public domain and I always got assigned pages from the middle of forgettable Victorian novels. A couple hours a day staring at this stuff and modern, conversational English seemed strange.
I typed the first 6 pages on there last night of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four until my wrists were over it. Hit 110 WPM but it would get old after much more than that. I do love typing. Hunter S. Thompson would famously type out entire favorite novels to practice typing and to spark writing creativity. That's funny about reading all the old Victorian English. I sort of feel that way after reading long classics as well.
It can become automatic, stream of consciousness type activity. If do it all day every day. Luckily I'm past that.
Conan: To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women
The True And Detailed Racist History Of The Democrat Party: 1830-2020 by Robert R. Zerfing
An informative book, that should be part of the curriculum in public schools.
"Governments may think and say as they like, but force cannot be eliminated, and it is the only real and unanswerable power. We are told that the pen is mightier than the sword, but I know which of these weapons I would choose."~Sir Adrian