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Mircea Eliade, Zalmoxis, the Vanishing God: Comparative Studies in the Religions and Folklore of Dacia and Eastern Europe, Translated by William R. Trask, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1972. x, 260 pp. $9.50

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