"But these bookmen are not often heroes," remarked Ellinor, laughing.
I do not think the greatest things have been done for the world by its bookmen.
Altogether, Day is a man of whom English bookmen may well be proud.
As to the bookmen, music, and libraries, I'll give ye a free hand.
There are some authors whom we think of as bookmen; there are others whom we think of as men first, and as writers secondarily.
A certain largeness of idea and nobility of impulse often made him act the sentiments of which bookmen write.
We shall take Budæus as our first example of the French bookmen in the period that followed the invention of printing.
To own one or two examples from his library is to take high rank in the army of bookmen.
No man of his day, not even Lowell the "last of the bookmen," abandoned himself more unreservedly to the delight of reading.
He was chiefly concerned with Doria and had prepared for him various messages to bookmen in Turin.