Bien se sabe que, en esos tiempos encendidos por la velocidad de la arqueologia y la antropologia, fermentaron para bien los estudios de lo "simbolico" y de la religion comparada; y que el interes cientifico y cultural en lo "primitivo" fue ingrediente vigoroso de la forma en que, bajo las polleras puritanas de la reina Victoria, se alborotase una robusta curiosidad sexual que incendiaba, por ejemplo, los estudios pioneros de Havelock Ellis y las pesquisas de sir James Frazer
hasta las novelas de D.
Because should Norwich City win at home tomorrow, we're all DOOMED as undertaker James Frazer
, played by John Laurie, used to lament with staring eyes in Dad's Army.
Next is James Frazer
, the author of the popular classic in comparative religions, The Golden Bough.
Richardson, 27, of Pottery Walk, Thornaby, disqualified from driving for 20 months, fined PS230 and ordered to pay PS258 costs for drinkdriving.
Then consultant James Frazer
said Jack might be helped by a procedure which would give him a 60 per cent chance.
The choicest morsel here derives from one correspondent from Chorley in 1902 who, clearly under the influence of Sir James Frazer
, writes: The rhythmic movements and fantastic gyrations of the dancers are a modified survival of a heathen war dance (p.
Perhaps some small consolation for Shufflebotham, winner of the Welsh Amateur Championship at Royal St David's just a week before, was the fact that two of his countrymen Rhys Pugh and James Frazer
filled the top two places in Ireland.
Bale is in joint 11th on 143 and Pugh tied for 20th, a stroke further back, but James Frazer
, Richard Bentham and Welsh champion Jason Shufflebottom all crashed out.
Despite all these achievements, what has forever cemented him in the national consciousness are the two immortal words that he regularly uttered as the lugubrious Private James Frazer
in Dad's Army - "we're doomed.
It was funny when Private James Frazer
said it in Dad's Army.
The headliner of the pair, James Frazer
Stirling: Notes from the Archive, is at the Yale Center for British Art, and is drawn from the architect's enormous archive--nearly 40,000 drawings in addition to countless documents, photographs, models, and other ephemera--acquired by the Canadian Centre of Architecture in 2000.
In this he is faithful to the ideas of Auguste Comte and the anthropologist Edward Tylor; he even shares some thinking with the Scottish social anthropologist James Frazer
, Saint Augustine, and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.