The book she was reading now was the first volume of The Golden Bough.
Must not the Golden Bough, like the golden fern-seed, be an emanation of the sun's fire?
Beginning with the first edition of the Golden Bough, I, pp. 30-32.
He must first pluck for Proserpine the Golden Bough and bury a dead comrade (163-198).
Readers of Mr. Frazer's Golden Bough are now in possession of facts which it would take a very long time to explain.
Nothing can be more unlike a branch, any accessible branch, of the Arician tree, than is Virgil's Golden Bough.
Mr. Frazers theory of Osiris as somehow connected with vegetation will be found in his Golden Bough.
Thus warned, neas went forward in silence, and at the direction of the Sibyl he offered the Golden Bough at the gate.
We have travelled far since we turned our backs on Nemi and set forth in quest of the secret of the Golden Bough.
The Golden Bough contains an instructive passage concerning the myth of Sardanapalus.