Definition of Bookmen. Meaning of Bookmen. Synonyms of Bookmen

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Definition of Bookmen

Bookmen
Bookman Book"man, n.; pl. Bookmen. A studious man; a scholar. --Shak.

Meaning of Bookmen from wikipedia

- Bookman may refer to: Bookman (Caribbean folklore), one of several traditional representations of the Devil in Trinidad Carnival. Bookman (Black Order)...
- People who engage in bookselling are called booksellers, bookpeople, bookmen, or bookwomen. The founding of libraries in 300 BC stimulated the energies...
- religious orders of Catholicism. Likewise, in Gelug monasteries, the 'bookmen' monks have a similar position within the monastery to the Catholic choir...
- retrieved 7 November 2011 Lord Kinross, Love conquers all in Books and Bookmen, vol. 20 (1974), p. 50: "He indeed remarked to me, some twenty-five years...
- Frederic G. Melcher: Friendly Reminiscences of a Half Century Among Books and Bookmen. New York: The Book Publishers' Bureau. American Library ****ociation Newbery...
- the Seven Arts Group. The other titles were Art and Artists, Books and Bookmen, Films and Filming, Music and Musicians, Plays and Players, and Records...
- also active as a musician in this era, forming the folk punk band The Bookmen with Dave Kiner and Tim Mech, and releasing the independent album Volume...
- 1989 was controversial. She was also a regular book reviewer for Books & Bookmen and later at The Evening Standard in the 1990s. A family friend, James...
- Harper's (1973), Critique (1973), Hudson Review (1973), and Books and Bookmen (1973). Retrieved December 16, 2012. Adamczyk-Grabowska, Monika (2001)...
- another major influence. In May 1963 Fleming wrote a piece for Books and Bookmen magazine in which he described his approach to writing Bond books: "I write...
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