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📙 X-Rated!: The Power of Mythic Symbolism in Popular Culture by Marcel Danesi (auth.) — download pdf


This book delves into the reasons why pop culture, and all of its "X-Rated" features, are so appealing to masses of people, even though they may hate to love it.



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