If you have ever known a bibliophile, you would know that the mere sight of books is appealing to them. Help them out by pointing them to this story, and if you are one yourself, take a look at these Instagram accounts for every bibliophile.
As you know, they are people who love books, but that is simply the textbook definition because bibliophiles are so much more than that. They don’t just love books, they admire them, cherish them, sigh at them, hoard them, steal them, spend a fortune on them, borrow them but no, they will never end them! That’s just how they are, and within the confines of Instagram, a community of book lovers thrives.
Present these Instagram accounts to a friend or to yourself, and treat your eyes at the sight of these beautiful classics that embody the perfect visuals for such works of art. Go on, revel in their supreme excellence.
Catcher In The Rye by J.D. Salinger, the book Mark David Chapman began reading after he shot John Lennon dead; F. Scott Fitzgerald’s timeless classic, The Great Gatsby, and Aaron’s Rod by D. H. Lawrence.
Leo Tolstoy’s The Sevastopol Sketches, written from his experiences during the Siege of Sevastopol contains three chapters, namely, Sevastopol in December, Sevastopol in May and Sevastopol in August.
A short glimpse of an envious collection where The Lord Of The Rings stands out remarkably.
An out and out Harry Potter fan and a proud Hufflepuff, this collection is a printed embodiment of every child’s dreams and wishes.
Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita, a controversial novel that has twice been adapted into films, in 1962 by Stanley Kubrick and in 1997 by Adrian Lyne. Regarded as a literary achievements of the 20th Century, it is also one of the most controversial and polarizing works of literature.
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