Norman Cousins, whose recovery from a crippling disease was assisted by a liberal dose of laughter, once told an interviewer that he had used laughter "as a metaphor for the full range of positive emotions: hope, faith, love, laughter, determination. " Los Angeles Times , September 25, 1990.
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