Text in Russian, 2007 y., 288 pages;
Format: 84x108/32.
By Engus Trambl.
Why are we smiling? As smile is "fashionable" and then "out of fashion"? Who really invented the smile emoticon? Why, taking pictures, the English say "cheese" (cheese), Danes - "appelsin" (orange), the Finns - "muikku" (kind of fish), and Koreans - "kirn chi" (pickled cabbage)? And what is there in the smile of the Mona Lisa, if until today, it still continues to fascinate us? "A brief history of the smile" is a scholarly study written in a humorous and accessible language, which addresses all aspects of the smile - physiological, psychological, historical and aesthetic. For a wide range of readers.

A brief history of the smile

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