English version

screed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscreedscreed /skriːd/ noun [countable]  a very long boring piece of writing – used to show disapproval
Examples from the Corpus
screedAt three a.m. she was Jay-in-love-with-Lucy, writing bad poetry or self-indulgent screeds of what daylight sneered at as a journal.Long political screeds were attached about what the paper should be like, pleading justifications of position and talent.
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