Bibliophile (noun) - ‘An 'ape-descended life form' who prefers books to other 'ape-descended life forms'. One who doesn't like people less, but loves reading more.’
Guide (noun) - ‘Everything about something of interest - in one place, updated at regular intervals and arranged in reading order. Usually in the form of a handbook designed to be useful for visitors, first-timers and veterans alike, both 'ape-descended' as well as other-worldly.’
Project (noun) - ‘An individual or collaborative effort consisting of a series of experiments created to achieve a particular aim. For example, to chase the blues away, one book at a time.’
Bibliotherapy (noun) - ‘The use of books to aid people in solving the issues that they may be facing at a particular time.’ First coined during the trying times of World War I.
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(This version updated on 29th October, 2020 includes - Know Your Bibliophile / The Origin Story, The Bibliophile's 35 under 35, Read More with Project Bibliotherapy)
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Know Your Bibliophile / the origin story
The bibliophile's 35 under 35
The debut post - the tale of my journey as a reader, told through nine montages, nine quotes...
My post-'gap year' take on Life, the Universe and Everything...
read more with project bibliotherapy
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