The Golden Bough

@article{CrawleyTheGB,
  title={The Golden Bough},
  author={A. E. Crawley},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={93},
  pages={157-157}
}
THE concluding instalment of Prof. Frazer's famous book may be regarded as demonstrating in a vivid manner and at an appropriate juncture the qualities both of itself and of its author. As has been the case with the other editions, this, which, it seems, is final and definitive, contains more than one change of view. It is characteristic of the author's mind that it is receptive of fresh ideas, and grows, instead of hardening into dogmatic attitudes. Prof. Frazer now, for instance, regards the… Expand
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