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Synonyms for bibliophile

someone who loves (and usually collects) books

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Yet Burton's bibliophilic art more than delights us in our reading; it informs, on the deepest level, the play of ideas in Burton's cento.
Hay-on-Wye, where there is one bookstore for every 40 people, is described as "a bibliophilic Mecca to be reckoned with" where bookshops "exist outside the space-time continuum", while hiking in Snowdonia yields a "rugged majesty", a "tightly packed kernel of soaring cliff faces, jagged pinnacles and plunging waterfalls" and, in the 3,200ft Tryfan, the only mountain in Wales that can't be scaled without using your hands.
Morgan-Cole (something of a mouthful that: she might consider dispensing with the initial if she wants her name to come more trippingly off the bibliophilic tongue) is so anxious to keep herself honest that she provides an "Afterword" to The Violent Friendship of Esther Johnson in order to set the historical record straight.
They have until now been considered more as bibliophilic objects than steps in the development of Lowry's talent.
Every so often, in our bibliophilic journeys, we come across a word or phrase that seems to stick in our minds.
As a book lover, I'm called to uphold the bibliophilic code and care for my brood.
Additional 34360 and Shirley's three surviving miscellanies, owe their survival to their usefulness as exemplars for the book trade in London and their intrinsic interest to bibliophilic antiquarians in London in the century when many paper manuscripts were being discarded for the more 'modern' printed copies of the same texts.
Chapter two discusses Lewis's love of books as physical objects in themselves and his bibliophilic habits during his school years (habits largely abandoned in his twenties when Lewis's meager income supported not only himself but also Mrs.
For instance, after a disappointing attempt to enter the fray of teenage makeout parties, Kwitney describes Manya's adolescence as centering on a kind of bibliophilic bulimia:
Program of this nature, while not outnumbering those with a bibliophilic theme, serve to attract a wider audience and signal that the Friends group is not only for book collectors.
Pennsylvanian Isaac Norris, II, inherited the country seat, Fair Hill, from his equally bibliophilic father.
The Alexandrian Mouseion combined the religious and intellectual attributes of similar Greek institutions with the religious and bibliophilic attributes of analogous Egyptian institutions.