Golden Bough

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The Golden Bough
... The Golden Bough A Study in Magic and Religion is a wide-ranging, comparative study of mythology and religion, written by Scottish anthropologist Sir James George Frazer (1854–1941) ... The impact of The Golden Bough on contemporary European literature was substantial ...
Rex Nemorensis - The Golden Bough
... James George Frazer, in his seminal work The Golden Bough, argued that the tale of the priesthood of Nemi was an instance of a worldwide myth of a sacred king. 3, to celebrate the publication by Macmillan of the book "The Making of the Golden Bough" by Robert Fraser, itself timed to mark the centenary of the appearance of ...
Stephen Moorer - Director
... At the Golden Bough Playhouse in Carmel, Moorer directed Pacific Repertory Theatre's (PacRep) inaugural production of Death of a Salesman (1995), as well as A ... PacRep's inaugural production at the Circle Theatre of the Golden Bough of La Bete (1995), as well as Sylvia (1998), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (2000), Edward III (2001), Richard II (20 ... This production, starring Travis Poelle, opened at the Golden Bough Playhouse in Carmel and moved to San Jose, playing at the San Jose Stage ...
Lee Yeongdo - Background - Beginnings of The "typer"
... Raja accumulated 900,000 hits, and its publishing rights were soon taken by Golden Bough, an imprint of Minumsa Publishing Group ... on the same forum from October 1998 to June 1999, and published in August by Golden Bough in 7 paperback volumes ... published upon completion(and deleted from the forum) or collected in later publications by Golden Bough, which remains Lee's publisher today ...

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