The image above is the Google books word cloud from my book, Outside the Hat (The link is to the full text -- with music -- of the book that Coach House created when they were exploring alternatives to 'the fetish item formerly known as book.') Many words, which are in pseudo-Middle English appear only once in the book, but shown up in the cloud. It appears as part of the overview of the book. This is a fascinating word collection, given a strange alliterative music by being alphabetical. And I marvel at the word clouds that other books would create and the possibilities for exploring these lexicons. You can find the word clouds using the "overview" feature of Google books.
Here is the Google Outside the Hat Word Cloud prose poem. It's fascinating the difference when the original is rendered as a same-size homogeneous text:
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Synaptic Labyrinth at the Mouth of Vowels and their Alphabetic Neighbours.