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Are you guilty of tsundoku or bibliomania?

Bibliomania

... or the collection addiction, was first spotted in Thomas Frognall Dibdin’s novels and it describes the unstoppable act of collecting first editions and illustrated copies of literature

Later on, the same term would describe a person who is more passionate about rather than obsessed with building up a collection of literature.

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The term was initially mentioned in the 14th Century and was then seen in the novel Kokoro (The Heart Of Things) by Natsume Soseki in 1912. As Japan emerged from an era of isolation and started embracing the international, industrial world, the new way of life started to interest the population.

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