Bibliophilia, a passion… Short Dictionary. By Pilar Ruiz Fresno. Edited in 2004 by the International Book Club. Unique and exclusive specimen in its presentation. Texts in Spanish.
Cicero said: “A house without books is like a body without a soul.” And the author of this practical and interesting dictionary tells us in her introduction: “There is an exclusive and select Club, with no limit on the number of members or restricted to any time period, which runs like an internal current through the stormy waters of the History. Club to which, as we have already indicated, belong emperors, popes, magnates, statesmen, illustrious clergymen and men of science or letters without distinction of class, race or religion, but with only two essential requirements to join it: special sensitivity and declared love for the book. And while it is true that Bibliophilia is a passion, this is the noblest of passions that a human being can possess. “
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