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Globe Staff / January 25, 2004

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IN HIS NEW book, "A Brief History of the Smile" (Basic), Australian-born art historian Angus Trumble offers a charming scholarly analysis of simpers and grins across space and time, from the "strange smile of benign comprehension" on a 12th-century Cambodian Buddhist statue to the "particular lewdness" of AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott's smirk. Ideas asked Trumble, reached at his office ... (Full Article: 525 Words)

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