Medieval writers often attempt to Christianize pagan characters, thereby secularized

the supernatural. For example, faery ladies are not called faeries, but just show up as
human beings. Melusine has a human father and faery mother, somewhat the reverse of
Merlin’s origins. In the “Afterword,” Gareth Knight (2001) asks, “just how much of a
faery is Melusine (147)?” Consider Melusine’s mixed genes and write an essay answering
Knight’s question.
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