Published between 1923 and 1936, the titles in this set reflect a time before firm lines were drawn between the emerging disciplines of anthropology and psychology and show just how far both areas have moved since then. Titles such as The Primitive Mind and Modern Civilization, which has a foreword by C.G. Jung, show contemporary thinking on the so-called 'primitive psyche' and others explore themes such as possession, magic, religion and politics. The set includes three titles by the renowned scholar W.H.R. Rivers.