Bound album of 72 cuttings and offprints, primarily reviews of 'The Fear of the Dead in Primitive Religion' and 'Aftermath'.
Reviews of 'The Fear of the Dead' include a presentation offprint of a review in 'Revue de Synthèse' signed by André Varagnac (possibly originally with his letter to Sir James and Lady Frazer dated 18 Sept. 1935, housed as FRAZ 33/433); other reviewers include Ruth Benedict ('New York Herald Tribune'), Warren Dawson ('Folklore'), E. Dhorme ('Revue de l'Histoire des Religions') and Paul Valéry ('Revue de France'). Reviews of 'Aftermath' include those by E. N. Fallaize ('Manchester Guardian'), R. R. Marett ('The Observer'), E. E. Kellett ('News Chronicle'), Sir Alexander G. Cardew ('Literary Guide'), E. H. Blakeney ('Record'), A. L. Morton ('Criterion'), and H. J. Rose ('Man'). There are also several miscellaneous cuttings, including the announcement of William Wyse's estate bequests, with a description of the bequest in support of social anthropology; and Frazer's poem 'Trumpet Call of Peace' printed in the 'Times' 17 Oct. 1935, and a manuscript translation of the poem into French in an unidentified hand.