Book–rest



a support for an open book, usually holding it at a slight angle.
Contemporary Examples

Does Jeffrey MacDonald Belong in Jail? Megan McArdle January 2, 2013

Historical Examples

The Imported Bridegroom Abraham Cahan
Mission Furniture H. H. Windsor

noun
a cradle for holding an open book so that it may be read comfortably

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