The fourth chapter examines British responses to German scholarship and the treatment of the Greek gods in the new context created in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century by anthropology, sociology, and the emphasis on the study of ritual. In particular, the chapter discusses the work of A. Lang (1844–1912), L.R. Farnell (1856–1934) and J.E. Harrison (1850–1920).
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