Have you tried Amazon's search feature called Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs)? It's cool. Here's the poop from Amazon first:
To identify SIPs, our computers scan the text of all books in Search Inside. If they find a phrase that occurs a large number of times in a particular book relative to all Search Inside books, that phrase is a SIP in that book.
SIPs are not necessarily improbable within a particular book, but they are improbable relative to all books in Search Inside. For example, most SIPs for a book on taxes are tax related. But because we display SIPs in order of their improbability score, the first SIPs will be on tax topics that this book mentions more often than other tax books. For works of fiction, SIPs tend to be distinctive word combinations that often hint at important plot elements.
The link for each SIP below opens a list of titles that contain that phrase. For each title, you can read all the occurrences of that SIP in context. Click the title of the book to go to the book's main reference page, where you can find a list of other SIPs in that book as well as a concordance of the hundred most-used words in that book, along with all the contextual excerpts for each word. This is word-lover heaven.
Homework for today:
Suggest some SIPs for Pussy Talk.