Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fair or market for books. The most noted book-fairs are those of Leipsic in Saxony, which occur at Easter and Michaelmas, and at which many other objects of commerce are disposed of be-sides books.
“Change was in the book-fair air, and it's hard not to admire much of it.”
“A strong breeze whisked into the kitchen, blowing the book-fair flyer off the table and onto the floor next to her.”
“French Word question out to the book-fair traffic as it flowed past my stand.”
“Though I do agree that the book-fair coordinators didn't do their homework as well as they could have.”
“The art of printing was first practiced in that country, and at present the number of books printed there is immense; while every year a book-fair is held at the city of Leipzig.”
“We see him passing backwards and forwards between this country and the book-fair at Frankfort, executing commissions for great nobles, and at the same time acting as the King's courier.”
“A book-fair will be held during the festival, and we welcome all distros and other vendors of literature to join.”
“Some of those events included a movie night and book-fair night.”
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