• Critic About Biag Ni Lam-Ang
    Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University South La Union Campus College of Computer Science Agoo La, Union TERM PAPER IN LITERATURE OF THE PHILIPPINES Submitted To: Ms. Marissa Fangon Instructor Submitted By: Jollibee L. Geneta III-A Biag Ni Lam-ang The story dates its...
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  • Life of Lam Ang
    Life of Lam-ang (Biag ni Lam-Ang)- Anatomy of an Ilocano Epic Life of Lam-ang (Biag ni Lam-Ang)-  Anatomy of an Ilocano Epic Dr Abe V. Rotor  Living with Nature School on Blog Paaralang Bayan sa Himpapawid with Ms Melly C TenorioDZRB 738 AM, 8 to 9 Evening Class, Monday to Friday Lesson...
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  • Biag Ni Lam-Ang
    . Supernatural strength of body, character or mind 7. Supernatural forces entering the action BIAG NI LAM ANG (Epic of Ilocos Region) The story dates its origin during the Pre-Hispanic period of the Philippines. It is one of the greatest epic of the pre-colonial literature of the country. Like...
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  • Lam Ang
       Biag ni Lam-Ang story is about a boy who was very extraordinary. He started to talk at a very young age and he is the one who choose his name.             The characters in the story were of course Lam-Ang the magical one and his love interest the beautiful Ines Kannoyan. His father named Don...
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    fought with the chieftain and his tribesmen. The hero emerged victorious from the battle with little effort, finally avenging his murdered father. (b) Author (origin of the story) The Iloko Biag ni Lam-ang is the oldest recorded Philippine folk epic and the only complete epic to come down to...
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  • Biag Ni Lam-Ang
    Biag ni Lam-ang Epic Characteristics ● The epic used simple words that makes it easy to understand. ● The epic is unrealistic in the ff. parts of the epic: 1. Lam-ang was able to talk from the moment he was born. 2. So much dirt and so much evil was the smell taken of Lam-ang’s body, the...
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  • Phil Literature 1- Region 1
    Bucaneg, a Filipino Poet and blind since birth who collaborated with Lopez in the translation of the Doctrina into Iloko, for having been the first known Ilokano poet, and as the "Father of Ilokano Poetry and Literature." Bucaneg, blind since childhood, authored the popular epic known as"Biag ni Lam-ang...
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  • I Will and Im Going to
    visual shape of the poem contributes to its meaning. Biag ni Lam-ang (Summary) BIAG NI LAM-ANG (Life of Lam-ang) is pre-Hispanic epic poem of the Ilocano people of the Philippines.  The story was handed down orally for generations before it was written down around 1640 assumedly by a blind Ilokano...
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  • Plilippine
    of Philippine epics and folk tales. The narratives and descriptions of various magical characters, mythical objects and supernatural are surreal, distinctly adhering to the ideologies and customs of the natives. Ethno-epics such as Biag ni Lam-ang or the Life of Lam-ang, Agyu or Olahing, Sandayo...
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  • Investigatory Project
    * Philippines - * Maradia Lawana * Hudhud * Florante at Laura * Ibong Adarna * Biag ni Lam-ang * Indarapatra at Sulayman * Tibet - Epic of King Gesar * Thailand - Ramakien * Vietnam - * Au Lac myths * The Tale of Kieu * Luc Van Tien...
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    bottom part and the monkey took the upper part, because he thought it would grow faster so they went home and planted their banana trees. Biag ni Lam-ang (English: "The Life of Lam-ang") is an epic poem of the Ilokano people from the Ilocos region of the Philippines. Recited and written in its...
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  • Hey Its Your Birthday!
    Filipinos believed in the “sacred,” in the importance of family honor and in personal courage and dignity. Daramoke-a: Is a sequel to Bantugan. It recounts the bravery and might Bantugan. In the battles, no one equals his courage and fighting skills. His Bravery led him to countless victories. Biag ni...
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  • Bi-ag ni Lam-ang epic
    Biag ni Lam-ang (Summary) BIAG NI LAM-ANG (Life of Lam-ang) is pre-Hispanic epic poem of the Ilocano people of the Philippines.  The story was handed down orally for generations before it was written down around 1640 assumedly by a blind Ilokano bard named Pedro Bucaneg. BUOD (SUMMARY) OF BIAG...
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  • Biag ni Lam-ang
    Biag ni Lam-ang Biag ni Lam-ang (The Life of Lam-ang) is an epic poem of the Ilokano people from the Ilocos region of the Philippines. Recited and written in the original Iloko, the poem is believed to be a composite work of various poets who passed it on through the generations, and was first...
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    , lamentations called dung-aw, and epic stories in written or oral form. Ancient Ilokano poets expressed themselves in folk and war songs as well as the dallot, an improvised, versified and at times impromptu long poem delivered in a sing-song manner. "Biag ni Lam-ang" ("Life of Lam-ang") Fr. Jacinto...
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  • Biag Ni Lam-Ang
    BIAG NI LAM-ANG  Nine months before Lam-ang was born to a noble family, his father Don Juan left for the mountains to defeat an evil tribe of Igorots. Unfortunately, he was beheaded, and his head was displayed at the center of the village as a prize. When Lam-ang's mother Ina Namongan gave birth to...
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  • Ullalim
    classics of the Malayo-Polynesian language family. The most skilled poets would memorize epic cycles that took two to four days to recite during all-night dramatic performances. Two examples of precolonial (before the Spanish came) epics that survive today are Biag ni Lam-ang (Legend of Lamang) in...
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  • Region 1
    "Father of Ilokano Poetry and Literature." Bucaneg, blind since childhood, authored the popular epic known as"Biag ni Lam-ang" ("Life of Lam-ang") written in the 17th century. The earliest written form of the epic poem was given by Fr. Gerardo Blanco to Isabelo de los Reyes, who published it in El...
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    of verse chanted or sung Lam-ang (Biag ni Lam-ang) Christian Ilokos Ines Kannoyan eaten by monster fish – rarang brought back to life by his rooster and dog Tuwaang Pagan Epic Manuvus of Central Mindanao “The Maiden of Buhong Sky” Hinilawod Pagan Epic Sulod of Panay Longest epic part 1...
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  • Biag Ni Lam Ang
    BIAG NI LAM-ANG Namongan (Lam-ang’s Mother) and Don Juan (Lam-ang’s Father) had recently beenunified in marriage. Shortly after, Namongan became pregnant and Don Juan performed thevarious tasks needed to prepare for the birth. Don Juan sets out to engage into a fight with thecheckered Igorots...
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