: Book Collecting, Cultural Politics, and the Rise of Literary Heritage in Romantic Britain." Representations 71 (2001): 24-47.
," says Christina Burmeister, a Dubai-based clinical counsellor.
is an excessive fondness for collecting books; however, it is not a psychological disorder according to the American Psychiatric Association.
En representacion de la Universidad, Alvaro San Pio diserta sobre Sugestiones curiosas sobre libros y lectores, una propuesta levemente alejada de la retorica triunfalista imperante y mas cercana a elementos puramente cientificos que recoge las caracteristicas esenciales de conceptos como bibliofilia, biblioteconomia, bibliografia, bibliomania
Visitors always ask, "Have you read them all?" I answer that I have not read them word for word but while I plead guilty to tsun-doku, or bibliomania
if you like, I've skimmed through them all and know more or less what's inside.
The Story and Science of the Reading Brain (2007) de Maryanne Wolf y Theories of Reading: Books, Bodies, and Bibliomania
(2006) de Karin Littau.
Theories of reading: Books, bodies and bibliomania
. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
Flaubert--me cuenta Pacheco--escribe su primer novela, Bibliomania
(1837), para una revista de su natal Ruan, Le Colibri, con el tema del bibliopata.
In her article 'Bibliomania
: The strange history of compulsive book buying' for The Guardian, Lorraine Berry wrote: 'Perhaps today, bibliomania
does not feel like an irrational behavior, as books have become less venerated and libraries rarer.
Even the arrival of mass-market publications in the 18th century caused some panic; as more and more people became absorbed in the newly widely available books, terms emerged such as "Bibliomania
," "book madness," "reading rage," and "reading mania" (Furedi 2015, [paragraph] 5).
Whereas Osler's salutations to Jacobs usually read "Dear Jacobs," Grace confided to "Jacobus" frustrations with her husband's bibliomania
and propensity to charge large fees so that he could buy expensive books.
"Books in Space and Time: Bibliomania
and Early Modern Histories of Learning and <<Literature>> in France." Modern Language Quarterly 61.2 (2000): 253-286.