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Marcel Danesi. 2017. The semiotics of emoji: The rise of visual language in the age of the internet. London: Bloomsbury Academic. Pp. 208. US $22.95 (softcover).

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Marcel Danesi. 2017. The semiotics of emoji: The rise of visual language in the age of the internet. London: Bloomsbury Academic. Pp. 208. US $22.95 (softcover).

  • Gretchen McCulloch (a1)

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