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Our languages may be different, but our hearing is not. In spite of that, why do different cultures have different words for the same animal sounds? In other words, why oink-oink – the sound associated with pigs – is not the same in other languages?
History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs
Here’s a review of a book on Rock ‘n’ Roll that not only talks about the contents of the book but also talks a lot about rock ‘n’ roll and the way history is perceived by different historians.