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Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons announce the preparation and early publication of a critical Text and Translation of the Poem of Cid, the national Epic of Spain, in three volumes. This most ancient monument of Castilian Poetry is dated in the era 1245 (A.D. 1207 ?) and is a spirited description of the national hero, Rodrick or Ruy Diaz, Mio Cid semper vocatus, the only popular Spanish heroic character whose reputation may be said to have been European. It describes his life from the moment of his exile from Castile by Alfonso VI. to his capture of Valencia, and his subsequent rule over that city until his death, especially describing the marriage of the Cid's daughters, the treachery of their husbands the Counts of Carrion, and the punishment of the latter in single combat. This poem, which corresponds to the Chansons de Geste of France, is unquestionably the finest creation of the sort south of the Pyrenees, and superior in vitality and originality to nearly every production of its kind of the Middle Ages.
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