delve into


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delve into (something)

To study something thoroughly. Because I was eager to delve into that novel further, I decided to write about it for my term paper.
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delve into something

to examine or study something carefully; to enter into the examination or study of something. He delved into the solution of the problem facing him. I am just now delving into a study of the Trojan War.
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The Great British Story - Ancestors in the Archives - will take place at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum on Saturday from 10.30am-4.30pm, offering the public a chance to delve into the history of the area and learn more about past generations.
Fiona Dye, from BBC Learning, said: "This is a brilliant opportunity to learn about Coventry's rich history and allow people to delve into their own ancestry."
The intent is to delve into the foundations of modern day China's system of education.
When he started his influential career over half a century ago, understanding the oeuvres of the still active Frank Lloyd Wright, Gropius and Le Corbusier had an urgency that compelled him to delve into the very origins of Modernism.
For the uninitiated reader, who still may mistake spare lines of poetry for a lack of content, I highly recommend that they delve into this tight collection by award-winning master poet, Lucille Clifton.
Locketz also recommends reading the fine print on applications, particularly the waiver agreement that gives a prospective employer permission to delve into your background.
To illustrate German communitarian values, the authors delve into German Mitbestimmung (worker codetermination).