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“Dec. 16th, 2007 at 8:06 AM erzebet, an amazing artist and book-maker, and one of my favorite people, surfaces to update all us fans of her work:”
“Lebrun is a worthy man, but he has no policy in his head; he is a book-maker.”
“BARON STERNBERG, a dilettante book-maker of Germany, who generally resides at Berlin, has just added a new romance, or rather the beginning of one, to his previous publications.”
“For, to make no mention of the vulgar buffooneries of Bunn or Grattan, we hold that neither the exalted and irrepressible prosiness of Dr. Charles Mackay, nor the cleverish magic-lantern pictures of that good-natured book-maker, Mr. Anthony”
“Might have been a book-maker -- you never can tell.”
“On the arrival of a gendarme, he explained that he was an English book-maker, and that”
“Instead of signing with their marks, the kings of modern times have turned ushers; instead of reading with difficulty, we have a mob of noblemen who write with ease; and, now-a-days, it is every duke, ay, and every duchess her own book-maker!”
“I am not a book-maker, and make no pretensions to literary attainments; and I have made no efforts to create for myself”
“It is one of the highest callings even for this reason: a teacher utterly unable to see any results of her labor, in black and white, at the end of her pupil's course, as the book-maker may see in the number of printed pages, is willing to trust that, because she has done what she could, good will come to her pupil.”
“Garrison was a thief and cur; and that he would have no book-maker and tout --”
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