• Echosei's Channel
    time appealing enough for readers. Types of fiction - drama, poem, novel and short stories are totally different from nonfiction literature like biography, essay, diary and journal. The elements of fiction, when used by the author to his story's best advantage, succeed in getting unending...
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  • A Nation Aborted
    written for Japanese readers, then translated into English by Michiyo Yoneno-Reyes. The essay analyzes the contributions of the three Filipino authors to Philippine historiography, to post-colonial studies broadly, and to post-colonial studies in Japan in particular. eScholarship provides open...
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  • Understanding Literature
    both Spanish and Tagalog were included in early catechism and were used to teach Filipinos the Spanish language. Fernando Bagonbanta's "Salamat nang walang hanga/gracias de sin sempiternas" (Unending thanks) is a fine example that is found in the Memorial de la vida cristiana en lengua tagala...
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  • Essays on Literature
    universities, where Filipino intellectual giants are continuously produced. They are the assets of Philippine literature. Thus, writings in different fields are unabatedly flourishing to portray the society. 2. What is the literary perspective in terms of time and subject of literary work? Literary...
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  • Enc Final Portfolio
    families to create customs of their own and preserve stability. In contrast to Keillor, Alex Espinoza in his essay My Filipino Roots feels lucky and appreciates diversity in his family. In his conception of diversity he finds that his grandfather from his mom side was Filipino, but because the author...
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  • Book Evaluation
    can be interpreted as if it talks of the farmer alone and his self-reliance. Famous people speak of in the essay are Pythagoras, Socrates, Jesus, Luther, Copernicus, Galileo and Newton and the greatness of their self-reliance. No ordinary person or a famous Filipino is mentioned. On page 358, a...
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  • Rizal Without the Overcoat
    experiences of the author? Yes, Peter Bacho is a writer and teacher best known for his book Cebu which won the American Book Award. The book is considered literary significant among Filipino American literature because of its explorations in themes such as neocolonialism and Filipino-American...
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  • Kabataan Sa Makabagong Henerasyon
    . This magazine printed the works of the first promising writers in English. These early selections were mostly ghost stories or folk tales explaining natural phenomena. Often the authors taught a moral message which was evident even at a first reading. Among the famous early teachers of English might...
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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.
    literature that the Filipinos became acquainted with are not Philippine-made, rather, they were works of Spanish authors. So successful were the efforts of colonists to blot out the memory of the country's largely oral past that present-day Filipino writers, artists and journalists are trying to correct...
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  • El Fili
    Kabata [To My Fellow Youth], which, as any Filipino schoolteacher will tell you, was written by the national hero, Jose Rizal, when he was only eight years old. Even though generations of children have heard this poem hailed as an example of Rizal’s natural genius, a few academics such as Virgilio...
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  • assignment
    publication. It was founded by Manuel L. Quezon and its magazine section was edited by Paz Marquez Benitez.• 1921- First Filipino novel in English, A Child of Sorrow, is written by Zoilo M. Galang. 8. • First volume of essays in English, Life and Success, is published by Zoilo M. Galang.• 1924- Philippine...
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  • Ang Kaisipanjg Pilipino Batay Sa Sini9Ng Biswal by Alice Guilermo
    with F.B. Sebastian and A.D.G. Mariano. * Maiikling Katha (Short Stories) - together with Commission on Filipino Language head Ponciano B.P. Pineda. * Mga Piling Sanaysay (Several Essays). * Parnasong Tagalog: Katipunan ng mga piling tula mula kina Huseng Sisiw at Balagtas hanggang sa...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    no different in style from those written before the onset of activism. Some of the books that came out during this period were: I Married a Newspaperman (essay) by Maria Luna Lopez (wife of newsapaperman Salvador B. Lopez), 1976 The Modern Filipino Short Story by Patricia Melendrez Cruz, 1980...
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  • Philippine Literature
    the minds of children to events that can mold their ways and attitudes. Example: THE MONKEY AND THE TURTLE f. Anecdotes. These are merely products of the writer’s imagination and the main aim is to bring out lessons to the reader. Example:THE MOTH AND THE LAMP g. Essay. This expresses the...
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  • Philippine Literature
    .      Example: THE MOTH AND THE LAMP      g.   Essay.  This expresses  the viewpoint or opinion  of the writer about  a particular problem  or event.  The  best example of this  is the Editorial page  of a newspaper.      h.   Biography.  This  deals with the life  of a person which  may be about...
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  • Writers and Their Works
    by the Free Press to writers of exceptional works 1939 - Philippine Writers League was put up by politically conscious writers Famous Authors and Their Works * Filipino Poetry (1924) by Rodolfo Dato * English-German Anthology of Filipino Poets (1934) by Pablo Laslo * Jose Garcia...
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  • Philippine Lit.2
    - a form of learning, however, that led to ultimate awakening of Filipinos regarding the unreasonable colonial rule in the country. Famous examples of these Spanish-adapted writings are the novels of Jose Rizal, El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere. Nowadays, Filipino writers have continued to...
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  • Rizal as a Hero
    Philippine revolution, and his death ignited it.  3. He empowered and influenced not only his countrymen but also the other oppressed peoples of Colonial Asia. 4. His life, his literature and his death continue to influence & inspire Filipinos to this day. Through the various authors who...
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  • Social Network of Jose Rizal
    subsequent years following his death in 1896. For example, in 1901 after the bloody Filipino-American War, the United States colonized the Philippines shortly after it gained independence from Spain in 1898. However, in 1902 an Organic Act was passed by the U.S. Congress calling for the Philippines...
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  • Philippine Literature
    a poem by Jose Rizal while he was incarcerated at Fort Santiago and is one that can compare favorably with the best in the world. It was only after his death when his name was affixed to the poem. d) Sobre La Indolencia De Los Filipinos (On the Indolence of the Filipinos). An essay on the so...
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