Definition of Bibliomaniac. Meaning of Bibliomaniac. Synonyms of Bibliomaniac

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Definition of Bibliomaniac

Bibliomaniac
Bibliomaniac Bib`li*o*ma"ni*ac, n. One who has a mania for books. -- a. Relating to a bibliomaniac.

Meaning of Bibliomaniac from wikipedia

- "bibliophily," but rather refers to its readers as either book collectors or bibliomaniacs. According to Arthur H. Minters, the "private collecting of books was...
- Eugene Field Sr. (September 2, 1850 – November 4, 1895) was an American writer, best known for his children's poetry and humorous essays. He was known...
- Look up bookworm, bibliomaniac, bibliophile, bibliophilia, or bibliophilic in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- William Whitcher (1832-1910), English cricketer Neil Whitcher, lead guitar of Cuff (band) W.F. Whitcher, a notorious 19th century obsessed bibliomaniac...
- life immersed in music, literature and the arts. A self-proclaimed 'bibliomaniac', his house in West Hampstead, London supposedly contains some 25,000...
- itself. Yomiko Readman, the protagonist in Read or Die, is an introverted bibliomaniac, often preferring the company of books over people. Don Vincente, a fictional...
- do not mention Todd or anyone similar. Don Vincente Spain 1834–1836 Bibliomaniac ex-monk and librarian said to have killed ten men in Barcelona in order...
- dedicated his book Reliquae Antiquae to Sir Thomas Phillipps, the noted bibliomaniac. Phillipps invited Halliwell to stay at his estate, Middle Hill. There...
- keithbwalters (2013-08-19). "An Interview With… Natasha Ngan!". the bibliomaniac book blog. Retrieved 2019-05-16. "Career inspiration: Natasha Ngan –...
- the remainder of the great m****cript collection of the 19th-century bibliomaniac Sir Thomas Phillipps, which after the better part of a century of auction...
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