overpopulated imagination veers between a fiercely maintained desire for independent authorship and the gravity of a loaded memory.
He has a loving wife, a fine career and - at 71 - a bookishly
intellectual retirement to look forward to.
The text is generously, one might almost say bookishly
It doesn't matter if the incumbent is as dumb-looking as Bush or as bookishly
inflexible as Gore, the advisers are top-notch.
They ran the little businesses, the little stores, and the men, whose role was bookishly
and liturgically defined, went out to the study house and spent the day there.
When studying even so bookishly
inspired a text as Frankenstein, it may be well to bear in mind that a writer -- and Mary Shelley was perhaps less protected from reality than many young women in her milieu -- exists within a popular, as well as an intellectual, culture.