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What do you call a person who collects books?

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April 14, 2011 11:27PM

Bibliophile

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: It is called a bibliophile; one who collects book. Bibliophilia is a love of books.

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That person would be called a numismatist. ;)

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name of someone who collects books

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Bibliophilia is the love of the books. A bookworm loves books for their content, or otherwise loves reading in general. The practice of loving or collecting books is dubbed bibliophilism. A bibliophile may be a more common term, book collector.

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