Publisher, Macmillan & Co, 1909
Hardbound, no dust-jacket, pp.84 + ix
Condition, Used – Good, bound in dark green book cloth with gilt lettering to spine. No foxing, notes or highlights.
A series of lectures by Sir James George Frazer (1854-1941), author of the influential study “The Golden Bough.” In this book Frazer examines the role that superstition played in the early history of a number of standard institutions: Government, Private Property, Marriage, and Respect for Human Life.