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literature-clock v0.2.0

Returns a random quote containing the passed time.

literature-clock

Returns a random quote containing the passed time.

Installation

yarn add literature-clock or npm install literature-clock.

Usage

Super simple. This:

const getQuote = require('literature-clock');

const now = new Date();

console.log(getQuote(now));

will result in something like this:

{
  time: '8.44!',
  book: 'Around the World in Eighty Days',
  author: 'Jules Verne',
  prefix: `The clock's pendulum beat every second with mathematical regularity, and each player could count every sixtieth of a minute as it struck his ear."`,
  suffix: '" said John Sullivan, in a voice that betrayed his emotion.Only one minute more and the wager would be won.'
}

Credits

Inspired by the webapp (which in turn was inspired by the Kindle project).

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