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    Title: El metal como repelente del mal
    Authors: Fernando Darío González Grueso
    Date: 2008-12-01
    Issue Date: 2016-04-22 13:42:54 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: There are many storm arousers in the oral tradition. We shall nevertheless start by
    selecting a few examples of storm arousers who do not enjoy the fame of, let’s say,
    the mythological Thor, and we shall suggest a series of motifs applicable to all of
    them.
    This article explores the methods of expulsion of evil and focuses on the
    relationships that it establishes with water/tempest/sea, song, and metal. Hence that
    – after a short introduction to the role played by such elements– we shall attempt
    to determine the functions that they bear over evil beings and storm arousers. From
    the main part of this article, we shall draw a conclusion of a social and literary
    nature. Finally, in the appendix, we shall add what looks like an exception, belonging
    to Japanese oral literature and for which we suggest a very probable precedent and
    direct influence. This seemingly exception will lead us to a more general reflection on
    the utility that folk literature offers to a given community and/ or society
    Relation: ELO. Estudos de Literatura Oral, pp.175-188
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