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This collection of books was sold to a French bibliophile for the tidy sum of forty thousand pounds, and is now in the Louvre.
Julius, with the true bibliophile's interest in all originals, examined his find carefully.
He had laboriously saved his pennies, and had, with the magic of the bibliophile, turned them into rare volumes!
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According to the learned Doctor Morton, these were just the things that the rich bibliophile demanded!
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For over six months the forlorn bibliophile remained away from the Lady of the Breviary.
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He had been the underbidder, but what chance had a poor devil of a bibliophile against the wealthy captains of industry?
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Yes, this talk of books had become decidedly distasteful to the once enthusiastic bibliophile.
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He did not dream that an old book would affect even the most ardent bibliophile in this manner.
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As the poor and crushed bibliophile turned to go, the proprietor interrupted him.
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The bibliophile asks about his books the question which the metaphysician asks about his soul.
THE LIBRARYANDREW LANG

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