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There are many human emotions - sadness, anger and happiness, for example - but there are some that, however hard we try, we just can’t quite put into words. Tiffany Watt Smith, a research fellow at the Centre for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary University of London, wrote The Book of Human Emotions due to the fact that we now understand human emotions more than ever before.