bibliophobia


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bibliophobia

[‚bib·lē·ə′fō·bē·ə]
(psychology)
An abnormal fear of books.
References in periodicals archive ?
Will Fitzhugh, "Bibliophobia," Education Week, 4 October 2006; and Dennis Shirley and Andy Hargreaves, "Data-Driven to Distraction," Education Week, 4 October 2006.
Finally, Brian Cummings writes on 'Iconoclasm and Bibliophobia in the English Reformation, 1521-1538', and shows how Tyndale and More acknowledge the force of their opponent's case in the moment of making their own.
Catherine, Kinghton's Lollards, and the Breaking of Idols"; Michael Camille, "The Iconoclast's Desire: Deguileville's Idolatry in France and England"; Wendy Scase, "Writing and the 'Poetics of Spectacle': Political Epiphanies in the Arrivall of Edward IV and Some Contemporary Lancastrian and Yorkist Texts"; Brian Cummings, "Iconoclasm and Bibliophobia in the English Reformation, 1521-58"; and David Wallace, "Afterword."