The complete text
of a written work
. This phrase is often used to describe a book
that is uncut
Several works have their full text reproduced within Everything. Most notably, Webster 1913, a revised printing of Merriam-Webster's New International Dictionary of 1909.
Before adding the full text of some work into Everything, consider the copyright status of the work; make note of its publication date. (Of course, this hasn't stopped people from noding some copyrighted material, but use good judgement. There's no way you're going to get away with noding the full text of Stephen King's latest novel.)