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HUMOUR AND COMEDY IN ARABIC LITERATURE (From the Birth of Islam to Ottoman Period)
Haris Mubeen
Published 2008
Art
Laughing and mocking is natural disposition in human being and it is found in every society in its various manners. It is special human excitation that distinguishes him from other animals and for… Expand
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