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A bookend is an object, or often one of a pair of objects, used to hold a row of books upright on a shelf.
Bookend or Bookends may also refer to:
- Bookend terrace, an architectural term for a terrace of identical houses, framed at each end by a pair of enlarged houses
- Framing device, an element of a story or musical composition occurring at its beginning and repeating at its end
- "Bookend" is a nickname for rugby league football's prop forward position
- Book End, the finishing move of professional wrestler Booker T
- Bookends (software), reference management software for Mac OS
- The file format (with extension .bdb) used by the software
- Bookends (album), an album by Simon and Garfunkel (1968)
- Bookend, an album by Aska (2011)
- Bookends, a jazz album by David Liebman and Marc Copland (2002)
- "Bookends", a song by Simon and Garfunkel
- "Bookends", a song by Jerry Fuller, covered by Mark Lindsay
- "Bookends" or "Book Ends", a song by Joe Walsh from The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get
- "Bookends", a song by Alfie from Bookends
- "Bookends", a song by The Boggs from Forts
- "Bookends", a song by Pullman from Viewfinder
- "Book-Ends", by Cannonball Adderley from Pyramid
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