• Project in English
    in the courtroom sprang theirs tears for they knew ------------------------------------------------- that I spoke the truth. May God forgive me for stealing a piece of bread. The Face Upon the Floor... (author: Hugh Antoine D'Arcy) ------------------------------------------------- 'Twas a...
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  • Waathelasand
    Footnote to Youth and Other Stories (1931) – heralded the arrival of a Filipino author steeped in the Anglo-American literary tradition Jose Garci Villa (1906 - 1997) – his works propose the autonomy of art, freeing the artist from any obligations in society, whether moral or political, holding...
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  • Calilung
    written overall, he states that declamation has always been his first love since this was where he had started. Apparently, there are two types of declamation – basulto and polosa. He explains that both types have the same tone although the former is one wherein the literary piece is memorized while the...
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  • Paper on Juvenile Delinquency Philippines
    all of us have heard this famous declamation piece, but have we ever looked closer into the depths of the term, “juvenile delinquency?” Will juvenile delinquency be only remembered through a declamation or will juvenile delinquency be given justice through the House Bill 6052, or the amended Juvenile...
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  • Our Teacher, Our Hero
    times like this…be the best you can,okay?…Next, let’s have Susan for her Filipino Declamation…” “Basilio? Crispin? Mgaanakko? Nasaanna kayo?...Nandito n siNanay….Mgaanakko? Nasaan kayo?...Basilio? Crispin?...Basiliooooooooooo…Crispiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnn…” “Bravo, bravo, Susan…You’re getting...
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  • When the Knack, Knocks!
    said to be an institution that shaped a lot of great and talented Filipino artists. It was only then when we went to see the place that I discovered that not only singing lessons were offered in the center but also training on different musical instruments. The Center for Pop also told and emphasized...
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  • A House Divided Speech Analysis
    . Have we no tendency to the latter condition? Let any one who doubts carefully contemplate that now almost complete legal combination - piece of machinery, so to speak -- compounded of the Nebraska doctrine and the Dred Scott decision. Let him consider not only what work the machinery is adapted to do...
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  • outline in research paper
    Filipino literature passed down orally; oral pieces have a communal authorship – it was difficult to trace the original author of the piece since oral literature did not focus on ownership or copyright, rather on the act of storytelling itself; - Many oral pieces became lost in the wave...
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  • Reflection on a Reconstructed Portrait of Juan Dela Cruz by: Roger Don S.J. Cerda
    REFLECTION: Although some of his points were spot on, I can’t help but feel offended and insulted on how shallow, stereotype and just plain stupid this pigeonhole of an author must be. To go deeper with it, I’ll do it one by one as well. First point. He stated that, “Filipinos have a...
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  • Essays on Literature
    the study of literature. It is a general notion that historical backgrounds of the society or the biographical background of the author influence the subject of a piece. It is essential to investigate and critically analyze the history for it will serve as the key to understand and evaluate the...
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  • Literary Output of Filipinos are not Book Lovers
    Literature Teacher Mr. Ronald C. Mina Literary Piece Filipinos Are Not Book Lovers Author Arlene Babst-Vokey Thesis Statement Philippines is a nation of nonreaders. Reference (Publishing House) Phoenix Publishing House Literary Output #1 PAPER PROPER Introduction...
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  • Veneration
    Henelyn Joyce C. Casul Professor Paulo Benedicto Villar BSTM 3 - 1D SUMMARY When the goals of the people are finally achieved, Rizal the first Filipino, will be negated by the true Filipino by whom he will be remembered as a great catalyzer in the metamorphosis...
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  • Philippine Literature
    ------------------------------------------------- A Brief History of Philippine Literature in English I.                    Pre-Colonial Period -          Consisted of early Filipino literature passed down orally; oral pieces have a communal authorship – it was difficult to trace the...
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  • How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife
    why he wrote the piece the way he did. I especially liked how he used the places he felt connected to in his real life as settings in this fictional short story. I found myself asking more questions and wanting to know more about the author and the story. I think Arguilla was a brilliant writer and really epitomized Filipino culture in this story....
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  • Humanities
    Jungle FRENCH LITERATURE * A Piece of String ENGLISH LITERATURE * My Heart Lifts Up AMERICAN LITERATURE * Road Not Taken INDIAN LITERATURE Gitanjali Vocabulary: Use the words in a sentence. 1. respite - The bad weather has continued without respite. 2. ply – Jen ply two single...
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  • Book Review
    AUTHOR Nid Alcantara Anima Nid Anima is an aged Filipino writer whose books delve into the Filipino world – the Philippines and its peoples, the Filipino culture and our customs, among a number of other topics. He was born on March 3, 1940 at Bangued, Abra an currently stays in Paranaque...
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  • Review for English
    author got the idea Authors, characters, vocabulary Authors • Arlene Babst-Vokey o A Filipino essayist, fictionist and columnist. o Wrote the essay “Filipinos are not Book Lovers” o Most popular novella – Xenitea (1982) • Antoine de Saint-Exupery o “Lord of the Skies and of Literature” o...
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  • Jose Rizal’s Life
    in the La Solidaridad. He is a great author, his Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo brought a great impact for the Filipinos. He foreaw that these twoliterary pieces would make such a deep impression on his country. We believe he did not. He knew, of course, that it did something. He was guided...
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  • Music Study Guide
    pantomime, scenery and costumes Overture – an instrumental number heard at the beginning of most operas, which may introduce melodies from the arias Aria – lyric song for solo voice with orchestral accompaniment, generally expressing intense emotion Recitatives – solo vocal declamation that follows...
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  • AINTH
    AMERICA IS IN THE HEART Carlos Bulosan I. Authors Biography Carlos Bulosan is said to be one of the earliest and most influential of Asian American writers. 1 He was a Filipino born on November 2, 1911 in Pangasinan to a rural and peasant family in the village of Mangusmana located near the...
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