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“You ought to be ashamed of yourself to trifle with so beautiful a poem,” interrupted the Bibliomaniac, indignantly.
THE GENIAL IDIOTJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
It seems to me,” said the Bibliomaniac, “that that opera produced in the right place might stand a chance of a run.
THE GENIAL IDIOTJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
“Four thousand dollars is pretty steep for an address,” commented the Bibliomaniac.
THE GENIAL IDIOTJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
He was a bibliomaniac—a lover and collector of valuable and curious books.
MRS. OVERTHEWAY'S REMEMBRANCESJULIANA HORATIA EWING
A circumstantial history of this memorable sale was written by Dibdin the bibliomaniac.
Even the enumeration of his publications is amazingly inaccurate for a bibliomaniac's reply to the inquiries of his own guild.
For Anthony Gooch's library is remarkably free from all items that appeal merely to the bibliomaniac.
THE LIBRARIAN AT PLAYEDMUND LESTER PEARSON
The seated figure represents a bibliomaniac who treats his books as mere curiosities from which he derives no mental improvement.
THE CARE OF BOOKSJOHN WILLIS CLARK
"I should think the place for Bill would be on the trolley," sneered the Bibliomaniac.
"Doesn't look as though vacation agreed with you," said the Bibliomaniac.

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