Shows the source of Cynthia Vane's first name (in "The Vane Sisters") in an elegy of Propertius to his mistress, Cynthia. Elegy 7 of Book 4 starts off (to translate into English): "So ghosts do exist: death is not the end of all, and a pale shade vanquishes and escape the pyre." Propertius dreams of the spirit of dead Cynthia leaning over his bed.
Cynthia Vane: A Source in Propertius, Elegies 4:7
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