The Literary Impact of "The Golden Bough" (Princeton Legacy Library)
Frazer, with Freud, Marx, and Jung, is one of the thinkers who have had a deep and pervasive influence on modern literature. One of the great nineteenth-century syntheses, The Golden Bough was the culmination of a century of investigations into myth and ritual. John Vickery locates The Golden Bough in the context of its age and shows how, by gathering up many strands of nineteenth-century thought, it embodied the dominant intellectual tradition shaping the modern spirit.
Specifications of The Literary Impact of "The Golden Bough" (Princeton Legacy Library)
|Author||John B. Vickery|
|Publisher||Princeton University Press|
|Number Of Pages||448|
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