By Maxwell Teitel Paule
This quantity is the 1st accomplished therapy of Canidia. It deals translations of every of the 3 poems which function Canidia as a primary personality in addition to the correct parts from the opposite 3 poems within which Canidia performs a minor function. those translations are followed by way of huge research of Canidia's half in every bit that takes into consideration not just the poems' literary contexts yet their magico-religious details.
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