|Statement||edited by Robert Ackerman.|
|Contributions||Ackerman, Robert, 1935-|
|LC Classifications||BL303.6.F73 A4 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005018647|
Selected Letters of Sir J. G. Frazer by Frazer, James George Sir; Frazer, J. G.; Ackerman, Robert [Editor] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Frazer was read by virtually everyone working in those fields in the first third of the twentieth century. Selected Letters of Sir J. G. Frazer - J. G. Frazer - Oxford University Press This is a fully annotated edition of selected letters by (and in some cases to) Sir J. G. Frazer (), the eminent anthropologist, classicist, and historian of religion. Read Book Online Now ?book=Read Selected Letters of Sir J. G. Frazer Ebook Free. Table of contents for Selected letters of Sir J.G. Frazer / edited by Robert Ackerman. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher.
for Books and Writers by Bamber Gascoigne. Sir James (George) Frazer () British anthropologist, historian of religion and classical scholar, whose best-known work The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion traced the evolution of human behavior, ancient and primitive myth, magic, religion, ritual, and taboo. The book appeared. of results for Books: Sir James George Frazer. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Translated with a commentary by J. Vol. IV. by Anonymous and Sir James George Frazer | Paperback $ $ A bibliography of Sir James George Frazer, O.M. / compiled by Theodore Besterman with portraits and facsimiles and a note by Sir J.G. Frazer Besterman, Theodore, [ Book: ]. An edition of selected letters by (and in some cases to) Sir J. G. Frazer (), the eminent anthropologist and historian of religion, and author of The Golden Bough. It offers an invaluable insight into British intellectual life at the turn of the century, and also illuminates the composition, and reception, of The Golden Bough itself.
LETTERS OF J.G. FRAZER ACKERMAN (R.) (ed.) Selected Letters of Sir J.G Frazer. Pp. x + Oxford: Oxford University Press, Cased,? ISBN: doi: /SXX Ovid was in several minds over the meaning of May. In . In the end, Frazer was baled out by the Royal Literary Fund through the hard work of Edmund Gosse. The editor divides the book into four parts, grouped around Frazer’s magnum opus, The Golden Bough, which was first published in , and which went through a substantially revised edition in Each part is contextualized with a brief introduction which outlines the important characters and debates of Author: Mark D. Chapman. "This is a fully annotated edition of selected letters by (and in some cases to) Sir J.G. Frazer (), the eminent Scottish anthropologist, classicist, and historian of religion. Frazer was read by virtually everyone working in those fields in thefirst third of the twentieth century. His great work, The Golden Bough, offered a grand vision of humanity's mental and spiritual evolution. Books listed by ISBN. James George Frazer. title media type ISBN year of publica-tion Selected Letters of Sir J. G. Frazer: Hardcover: J. G. Frazer Robert Ackerman: The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead: The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and.