Mr. Frazer gives to all four Tsimshian clans the names of animals.
Sir,—Give me leave to recommend the bearer, Mr. Frazer, to your notice and regard.
For rabbits he uses Frazer's axle grease, and kills borers with knife.
See the authorities cited by Frazer in Totemism and Exogamy.
In Mr. Frazer's theory these magic-men finally develop into both kings or chiefs and man-gods.
He wanted to keep three o'clock, the hour of Frazer's lecture, from coming.
Mr. Frazer clearly means that when man was no longer primitive, he conceived the gods to be mortal like himself.
It was plain that he was known as a belligerent, a supporter of Professor Frazer.
"Old Greek 's going to take notes and make a report to the faculty about what Frazer says," reflected Carl.
It's an insult to Frazer to have a horse-faced guy listen to him.