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Record #163119:

Da tyvene ble herrer i sjamanes land / Harald Gaski.

Title: Da tyvene ble herrer i sjamanes land / Harald Gaski.
Translated title: When the robbers lorded it over the land of the shamans.
Author(s): Gaski, Harald.
Date: 2000.
Publisher: Umeå, Sweden: Institutionen för Litteraturvetenskap och Nordiska språk, Umeå universitet
Language: Norwegian.
In: Bilden av de samiska. Samerna och det samiska i skönlitteratur, forskning och debatt. (2000.),
Abstract: At start of 19th Cent., epic joiks recorded clear political viewpoint on colonisation process in Sweden/Finland, Norway and Russia. Saami are portrayed as forest people or noiadit - shamans. Latter were apparently slandered to please Christian clergy. but text had double meanings. Such is antiphonal song "Suola ja noaidi" (thief and shaman). Although much has been eradicated, or simply forgotten, Saami poetry can still call on its imagery, as they did in priest Anders Fjellner's time in 19th Cent., even if his writings were not in mainstream. Examples include "Noiadi Gargias" describing great tussle between shamans Gargias and Doragas and Fellman's great work.
Notes:

In: Bilden av de samiska. Samerna och det samiska i skönlitteratur, forskning och debatt / Kjell-Arne Brändström.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
82 -- Literature.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 163119

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