Check out the command 'manpath' which is used by 'man' to get the paths to search for manpages (at least on linux)
Usually at the end of every man page is a paragraph 'See also' where you can find the names of other man pages that are thematically linked. In my case I see nroff mentioned (which is the name of the utility and of the language that the man pages use). Also I see man(7) which is another man page of man, just in another section. You can read that by issuing 'man 7 man' (if your version of man is similar to mine)
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