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bookworm

A popular term for an inveterate, voracious, indiscriminate or “addicted” book reader.
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In its way the exhibition was a survey of book collecting today, illustrating the many and varied interests of bibliophiles.
and well-known bibliophile, today announced that it has signed cooperative licensing agreements with the Library of Congress, Bridwell Library at Southern Methodist University, the Library Company of Philadelphia, and the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology to publish and sell a variety of rare publications from these collections in state-of-the-art digital formats.
Bromer teams up with scholarly bibliophile and book collector Julian I.
LANCASTER - Antelope Valley College Professor Roger Robinson is an incurable bibliophile.
As well as a bibliophile clad in frogman's gear inspecting water-damaged books, Searle's bizarre and somewhat voyeuristic imagination presents booksellers in all manner of contorted poses.
of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign) is uniquely qualified to relate the saga of a larcenous bibliophile who stole some $18 million of rare books and letters from Columbia U.
and the 16th-century farmer and bibliophile Henry Gurney, among other topics.
It is outstanding and such a wonderful courier for the bibliophile.
Art books make excellent gifts for your favorite bibliophile.
Brian Kovar, a 17-year-old bibliophile from West Hills, said he ripped through the two-inch tome in four hours while watching ``The Slayers,'' a Japanese animation fantasy, on TV.