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“The Golden Bough” is the fourth and final book. It looks at concepts of the afterlife and the possibility of moving between this world and the next. The text opens with Frazer’s discussion of a famous painting, by the English painter William Turner, of Aeneas’s golden bough. The Golden Bough offers many paperback books at just $2. You can find most of these books completely unmarked or unharmed. The Golden Bough also carries a variety of new books as well as out-of-print books. Upon request, you may be able to order any book from the Golden Bough and buy it at a lower cost than Barnes & Nobles or Books-a-Million.5/5(4). The Golden Bough, the monumental study of religious rites and practices in ‘primitive’ societies, was one of the earliest influential texts in lfcmalta.com author, Sir James Frazer, surveyed the wide range of cultural habits, taboos and beliefs in communities across the world concluding that there was an observable pattern in the way magic developed into religion, though formal. The Golden Bough book. Read 46 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sir James George Frazer's comparative study of anthropology, folkl 4/5.
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