2. a list of books or other printed works having some common theme, such as topic, period, author, or publisher.
3. a list of the published (and sometimes unpublished) sources of information referred to in a scholarly discourse or other text, or used as reference materials for its preparation.
4. the branch of library science dealing with the history and classification of books and other published materials.
Bib`li*ol"a*trist(bb`l*l"*trst), } n. [See. Bibliolatry.] A worshiper of books; especially, a worshiper of the Bible; a believer in its verbal inspiration. De Quincey.
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