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John the Baptist also possesses the saint's prophetic attribute of the dispeller of darkness.
Ruby Cohn divides the sentences thematically into the following six groups or families (265): (1) the ruins as "true refuge"; (2) the endless grey of earth and sky; (3) the little body; (4) the space "all gone from mind"; (5) past tenses combined with "never"; (6) future tenses of active verbs and the "figment" sentence "Figment dawn dispeller of figments and the other called dusk" (199; 201).
His reputation for wit and merriment was such that Cervantes dubbed him Quitapesares ( " Dispeller of cares " ).
Her second novel, The Dispeller of Worries, was published in Malaysia in 2009.