Item 70 - Letter from J. Rasch to Sir James Frazer

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Letter from J. Rasch to Sir James Frazer


  • 16 June 1932 (Creation)

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Uitgevers-Maatschappij 'Eigen Volk', Utrecht - Thanks him for 'Heures de Loisir'; is impressed that Lady Frazer is his French translator, encloses a copy of his folklore journal 'Eigen Volk'; notes in response to a comment in 'Heures de Loisir' that during the time the 'Spectator' was published, the Netherlands was busy publishing Bayle's 'Dictionnaire Historique et Critique' which would influence many, including Addison.

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