Book review: Marsh, Moira (2015). Practically Joking. Logan: Utah State University Press. 195 pp.

Dorota Brzozowska

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Book review: Marsh, Moira (2015). Practically Joking. Logan: Utah State University Press. 195 pp.

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Marsh, M. (2014). ‘On going too far’. European Journal of Humour Research 2 (4), pp. 126–139.

Palmer, W. P. (2013) ‘The Wood’s way: Brilliant experimental physics and practical jokes’, Curtin University of Technology, Australia. Retrieved February 2nd, 2016 from http://ipsitransactions.org/journals/papers/tar/2013jan/p1.pdf, pp.1-5.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7592/EJHR2016.4.2.brzozowska

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