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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 13 (search)
of the time set. Catullus has not quite yet determined the important question when he will offer his Barmecide feast. But some critics understand paucis diebus to imply that Fabullus is not yet in the city, and the time of his arrival is uncertain. bonam atque magnam cenam: i.e. a dinner of fine quality and many courses. candida puella: i.e. a psaltria, as in the invitation of Horace to Hirpinus, Hor. Carm. 2.11.21ff. With the adjective cf. Catul. 68.134 candidus Cupido ; Catul. 35.8 candida puella ; Catul. 68.70 candida diva ; Catul. 86.1 Quintia est candida ; Hor. Epod. 2.27 ardor puellae candidae . et vino: cf. Catul. 12.2n. sale: wit, as in Catul. 16.7; Catul. 86.4.