Item 28 - Letter from J. G. Frazer to William James Lewis

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Letter from J. G. Frazer to William James Lewis


  • 28 Dec. 1919 (Creation)

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Hotel Lutetia, Paris - Refers to Lilly's recovery from illness; his distaste for [Godfrey Harold] Hardy, then leaving for Cambridge for Oxford; discusses Darwin's theories, having just read 'The Origin of Species'; has also read Einstein's explanation of his theories in an article and finds his arguments 'cloudy and confused'.

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      Published in Ackerman, Robert, ed. 'Selected Letters of Sir J. G. Frazer'. Oxford: Oxford University Press, [2005].

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