On his return to Nalbuan he had passed the river Amburayan. This warning proved true, as Lam-ang was swallowed by a big bercacan, or shark-like fish. The hero emerged victorious from the battle with little. After a series of incantations performed by the rooster and the dog at which Kannoyan assists, Lam-ang is brought back to life. On his way to Kalanutian he met his rival sumarang they quarreled but Lam- Ang won the heart of Ines because he amazed all the people by his magical pets.
As they were about to leave the river, Lam-ang noticed a giant crocodile. The story was all happened somewhere in Valley of Naguilian River in La Union. They rhapsodized him as the first Ilokano man-ofletters. So strange because the baby after birth had just articulate it. This encounter led to another when he met a nine-headed serpent who, like Sumarang earlier, tried to dissuade him from going any further.
The story is set in the Northern Provinces of the Philippines. While on his way, he met a certain Sumarang, whose name connotes obstruction, who tried to dissuade him from proceeding and who taunted him into a fight. For that, as long as true love exists, it will conquer all boundaries because bravery, when displayed positively, makes one honorable. Lam- ang then went off to search for his father, leaving his grieving mother behind. Then he had his dog bark and the fallen house stood up again.
Ang panitikan ay tinitignan bilang isang dokumentong panlipunan dahil hindi ito isang uri ng sining lamang kundi ayon kay Richard G. He and his townsfolk sail on two golden ships to Kalanutian where Lam-ang and Ines have a Catholic wedding. As he is bathing, some of the maidens who were present at the river gladly attend to him. Pag pinuso, nasa-isip, kaya 't hindi mo makuro. Ines was ordered by the rooster to wrap the bones with her tapis while the hen was flapping its wings and the dog was growling. Blanco of Narvacan, working with the publicist and folklorist.
The dirt from his body caused the death of fishes, crabs and shrimps in the river. While on his way, he met a certain Sumarang, whose name connotes obstruction, who tried to dissuade him from proceeding and who taunted him into a fight. Others believe this Medina to be the real author of the poem, basing their contention on the alleged fact that of the four versions of the poem, Medina's is the oldest, and on the fact that Medina also wrote other romances in Ilocano. And when the tattooed Igorots had run out Of sharpened bamboo poles, spears, lances, But could not hit him even just once, The man Lam-ang said to them: Now comes my turn, I unsheath you, campilan, trustworthy weapon. Unfortunately for non-Ilocano and non-Spanish reading people, no translation of the poem in English or any of the native dialects exists.
The theme of the epic revolves around the bravery and courage of the main character portrayed by Lam-ang, who was gifted with speech as early as his day of birth, who embarked on a series of adventures which culminated in his heroic death and subsequent resurrection. Lam-ang found the house of Ines surrounded by many suitors all of whom were trying to catch her attention. In 1926 a new version appeared, the La Lucha, 10 considered to be the most literary. In the highlands him to fix the misunderstanding to a group of Igorots there, his mother says. Lam-ang went on until he found it necessary to rest and take a short nap. Having satisfied her parents, he went home to his mother and enjoined her and his townspeople to attend his wedding which was to take place in Cannoyan's town.
He prepared to leave and once there Went around the grove. He was cared for, loved and was sent to school until he became proficient in Spanish and Samtoy an Ilocano dialect. Although his mother discourages him, he goes anyway, dressed in gold and accompanied by his pet rooster and white dog. Satisfied with his revenge, he went home. And now I leave you battleground. For his deep appreciation for the help of his pets - the cock and the dog - and of Marcus the diver, he promised that each other would get his or its due reward.
They were mowed down in an instant. After waiting for nine months, he sets out to avenge his father's death at the hands of the Igrot. His adventures had never been that easy. Lam-ang complied with the condition and so, he and Ines got married. All the bones, fortunately, are recovered by a certain Marcos, a skilled driver.