Definition of James george frazer
1. Noun. English social anthropologist noted for studies of primitive religion and magic (1854-1941).
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1. Theology as an Empirical Science by Douglas Clyde Macintosh (1919)
"STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY RELIGION, LEGEND AND LAW BY james george frazer In 3 vols., 8°, ... Sir james george frazer presents some very remarkable studies in ..."
2. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1910)
"... Andrew Cecil Bradley, Robert Bridges, Samuel Henry Butcher, Joseph Conrad, William John Courthope, Austin Dobson, james george frazer, Edmund Gosse, ..."
3. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1917)
"With a preface by Sir james george frazer... London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1917. ix, 279(1) p., 1 map. 8°. GIV Scollard, Clinton. The last dream of Attila. ..."