Sorry, no definitions found.
“Siegel was merely voicing, in exaggerated form, a worry that any book-lover must have: that serious literature, and our culture's ability to appreciate it, is under threat.”
“I think it really strikes a chord with any book-lover, and I'm always struck to deep thought by what it says about censorship.”
“But where did I get the idea that he was at least as much a book-lover as Truman the auto-didact and Kennedy the would-be history professor?”
“As a book-lover, I find it absurd someone would try to sell these for $300 each.”
“My only concern is that the movie will not carry the same amazing feel as the books do (as in Harry Potter 5), but I think that I won't be put off if they are - I'm still a book-lover!”
“But, really, I was there as an unreformed book-lover.”
“It is for the book-lover who might occasionally buy a first, a signed or a special edition.”
“He later won acclaim for his role as a disabled book-lover in The Book Group and had a brief but important role as a policeman in the excellent State of Play.”
“As an English major and book-lover, that seemed to be one of the things that turned off my non-Eng major friends.”
“If you're a book-lover who lives in New York or are just visiting, Bluestockings is always worth the trip.”
Looking for tweets for book-lover.