They had looked at and they capsize. (…) Viu a strong woman who fought. Aluta was its miracle. It started if to carry through. In the wharf the marines viamIemanj, of the five names. (…) Thus they count in the side of the wharf. (LOVED, 2001, P. 262).

As Lavalle (2003) ' ' In arcabouo amadiano parecempreexistir pure representative visible contents of an animistic vision msticae, conferring to the text beyond the aesthetic beauty, a movement detranscendncia that becomes it nico.' ' (In: OLIVEIRA; SOUZA (Org.), p.48). In MarMorto, Loved Jorge leads its reader to the mythical world Mrs. of the guasSalgadas and shows the force of devotion between its proud children. Public Presenteiaseu with a set of information and the unit necessary to paracompreender the cult to the Iemanj, as sacred link that fortifies osafro-Brazilians around a common cultural formation, that of the meaning vida. The cult to the Iemanj if constitutes as source of identity and representaosimblica, that crossed the limits of Mother-Africa to feed, in terrasbrasileiras, the feelings of a population that learned, through reafirmaoda its culture, recriando and redefining symbols, to open new eperspectivas ways, to evidence our true face, confirming, thus, asobrevivncia of a myth in the sea of the time.

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