Lit Snob [lit snob]: noun, one who acts superior in matters of taste regarding written works that are considered to be very good and to have lasting importance.
Example #1: “He acts like such a lit snob, but he only carries the book around, he never actually reads it.”
Example #2: “He’s such a lit snob, he won’t admit that he never finished Ulysses, either.”
Example #3: “If that lit snob makes fun of my books one more time, I’m going to punch him in the face.”
The Dictionary of Cari, created by yours truly because Webster’s doesn’t always get it quite right.