The Use of Cryptography in Real and Fictional Crimes
About the author
Marcel Danesi (Ph.D., University of Toronto) has published extensively in semiotics and linguistics, including Signs of Crime (2015), The Dexter Syndrome (2016), and (with M. Arntfield) Murder in Plain English (2017). He is currently full professor of anthropology at the University of Toronto and editor of Semiotica, the major journal in the field of semiotics.
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