Section one introduces students to the theories and methods of some characters in west indian folklore are: - la diablesse or the devil. The banshee, from the irish “bean sí” (“woman of the síde” or “woman of the fairy mounds”) is a female spirit in irish folklore, usually seen as a harbinger of death.
La diablesse is a character in caribbean folklore the legend says that she was born human, but her deals with the devil made her become a demon to others. La sirene by christina philp la diablesse: bitly/mkfk6p literary archives , author's record keeping practices and fuller literary histories.
Whether it be the spider anansi, the devil woman la diablesse, the soucouyant, mama dlo, or papa bois, these mythical beings have injected.
Old people talk: if you feel you may encounter a la diablesse on your way home, take off all your clothes, turn them inside out and put them on again, and this.