Book review. Pakzad, Sorush. (2012). Craposyncrasies. H&S Media.
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Zekavat, M. (2020). Book review. Pakzad, Sorush. (2012). Craposyncrasies. H&S Media. The European Journal of Humour Research, 7(4), 157–160. Retrieved from https://www.europeanjournalofhumour.org/ejhr/article/view/333

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Devil’s Weblog: Satirising Religion in a Totalitarian Theocracy

Book review. Pakzad, Sorush. (2012). Craposyncrasies. H&S Media.
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