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The Bookman: "A more entertaining narrative whether in biography or fiction has not appeared in recent years."
The London Bookman wanted to find out if novelists generally drew their characters from actual people.
Milton Raison is a young writer, known especially to readers of The Bookman, whose verse has appeared in various magazines.
The idea gradually took shape as a form of foundation, naturally to be called The Bookman Foundation, with a double purpose.
In what way could The Bookman serve the interests of American literature in which it was not already serving them?
It wasn't "Bookman stuff" at all, all about a couple of "old rounders," as Mr. Huneker called them, taking a stroll.
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Campbell tasted pretty sharply of the good and ill of the present state of society, and, for a bookman, had beheld strange sights.
They might prove delightful traveling companions, as the bookman had said, but they were most uncomfortable things to sit on.
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We can never think of St Bede as a mere bookman, a purely "literary man."
The box was larger than our bookman wanted, but apparently it soon found a purchaser.

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