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Bibliomania: A type of obsessive-compulsive disorder where the patient compulsively collects books. The books bought are generally not even looked but are simply bought and hoarded. Multiple copies of the same book are often bought. The quantity of books collected usually far exceeds and useful purpose. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Bibliomania is available below.
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