By James George Frazer
London   Macmillan & Co.
9" by 5.5" xi, 151pp.
The first edition of this work on the primitive beliefs on creation and evolution by anthropologist Sir James Frazer.
By James George Frazer

1935 Creation and Evolution in Primitive Cosmogonies

London   Macmillan & Co.
9" by 5.5" xi, 151pp.
The first edition of this work on the primitive beliefs on creation and evolution by anthropologist Sir James Frazer.
£75.00
: 0.5kgs / : 878Z8

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First Edition, Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, Uncommon

The first edition.

In the publisher's original cloth.

This work is written by Scottish anthropologist Sir James George Frazer. Frazer is best known for his influence on the modern study of mythology and comparative religion, including this work that examines the creation theories from early societies. The work originally was submitted as an essay for the memorial volume published by the Cambridge University Press called 'Darwin and Modern Science', which commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Darwin's 'Origin of species'.

Publisher's advertisements to the rear.

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In the original publisher's cloth. Externally very smart with minor bumping, fading to the spine and to the head of the rear board and to the extremities of the front board and the odd mark. Offsetting to the front and rear free endpapers. Internally firmly bound with bright and generally clean pages with light spotting to the front few pages only.

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