Bibliography

Bib`li*og"ra*phy

(bb`l*g"r*f) n.;
pl. Bibliographies ().
[Gr. bibliografi`a: cf. F. bibliographie.] 1. a history or description of books and manuscripts, with notices of the different editions, the times when they were printed, etc.
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2. a list of books or other printed works having some common theme, such as topic, period, author, or publisher.
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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 a list of the published (and sometimes unpublished) sources of information referred to in a scholarly discourse or other text, or used as reference materials for its preparation.
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4. the branch of library science dealing with the history and classification of books and other published materials.
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Bib`li*ol"a*ter

(bb`l*l"*tr),

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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