The Bookman

Author: Lavie Tidhar
Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
ISBN: 0857665987
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But that wasn't what scared him: for, watching the Bookman under the lights,
Orphan realised something that had never occurred to him before. The Bookman
was old. And time had not been kind to it. The segments of the body were the
colours of earth and rotting vegetation: at places, a green pus oozed out of open
sores. There were scars on that body, gashes made as if by some giant
mechanical lizard, and the Bookman's small, many legs seemed barely able to
hold his massive ...

The Bookman S Tale

Author: Charlie Lovett
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101622806
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“With The Bookman's Tale, Charlie Lovett tells us a terrific story—there's mystery
and suspense, murder and seduction—but more important, he shows us how it's
all connected, all of this: the reading and the keeping and the sharing of books. It
forms a chain long and strange enough to tie a heartbroken young scholar from
North Carolina back to the Bard himself, who might or might not have been
William Shakespeare. Every link along the way is a bookman's tale all its own,
and Lovett ...

Joseph The Book Man

Author: Alexander Anderson (of Edinburgh.)
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... possible that sum I'll pay you?” * Good Sir!---be not so angry, now”--- Exclaim'd
the lass:—a sneer gave JoE, And most o' the gentlemen gave a laugh, Beholding
such a stupid calf.--- “Angry!” Sir Footman said “I swear “I am a ta'en in stranger
here; “Who'd not be angry to the bone 2 “I am d.,,...d angry now I own 'I 3 “What,
cut your beef in such thin slice, “And ask THE BOOK-MAN. 10.

The Bookman S Wake

Author: John Dunning
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439117322
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She read The Raven and read The Raven and read The Raven, and with each
reading her knowledge grew and her wisdom deepened. Her entire
understanding of life came from that poem, but it was enough. She heard the
bump at the door and looked up from the table where she read The Raven by
candlelight. Tis some visitor, she muttered, tapping at my chamber door. . . The
visitor was me. She was six years old, what could she know? But her face bore
the mark of the bookman: ...

The Bookman S Tale

Author: Ronald Blythe
Publisher: Canterbury Press
ISBN: 1853119806
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... winds whipped our robes around us, and the earth let in one more poor body,
and what we still call “the sky” let in one more dear soul. The congregation drives
away to the village hall for the bakemeat, or tea as it is now called, and I drop off
at the village shop to buy Felix for one whose need is greater than mine.
Stitchwort and Coca-Cola tins decorate the ditch. I think of the post-resurrection
appearances as a mighty sculptor 27 The Bookman's Tale The Limits of our

The Bookman S Promise

Author: John Dunning
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743258363
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A Cliff Janeway Novel John Dunning. The Bookman's Promise A C L IF
F J A N E W A Y N O V E L JohnDunning l scribner 1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY. SCRIBNER New York London Toronto Sydney. Title Page.

The Bookman S Tale

Author: Berry Fleming
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504009843
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Berry Fleming. The Bookman's Tale If he changed his eye focus the tall window

Joseph The Book Man A Heroi Comic Poem By A Gent

Author: Alexander Anderson (of Edinburgh.)
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THE BOOK-MAN. Much sleep is lost upon the blessed ; The wretched are by
sleep redressed ! Those may be vex'd by nightly dream; To these, in sleep, revers
'd may seem Their cheerless lot; and all the night May yield aerial delight
Unspeakable. — Alas I now broke The spell of Somnus — Joe awoke ! And like a
man half dead look'd he. Or mere lump of stupidity. He felt confoundedly confus'd,
And nigh distracted : — thus he mus'd. " What now ? — where am I ? — is't my
doom, '' To ...