• Reaction on Was Rizal an American Sponsored Hero?
    Jose Rizal – a name not so uncommon to many Filipinos. Perhaps because of him being the National Hero or because of his great and famous teachings taught to each and every Filipino child. Since the imposition of the compulsory Rizal courses, Rizal has been a part of every Filipino student’s...
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  • Pilipinong Manunulat
    Desai. 7. Gilda Olvidado is a popular Filipino novelist and writer, known for her extraordinary love stories. She became famous during the 1970′s with her remarkable novels “Sinasamba Kita (I Worship You)”, “Babangon ako’t Dudurugin Kita (Sweet Revenge)”. She also wrote screenplays that later...
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  • Echosei's Channel
    . The awit as a popular poetic genre reached new heights in Balagtas' "Florante at Laura" (ca. 1838-1861), the most famous of the country's metrical romances.        Again, the winds of change began to blow in 19th century Philippines. Filipino intellectuals educated in Europe called ilustrados...
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  • How May
    writing then those famous short stories and essays which I admired." He married Lydia Villanueva, another talented writer in English, and they lived in Ermita, Manila. Here, F. Sionil José, another seminal Filipino writer in English, recalls often seeing him in the National Library, which was then in the...
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  • Reviewer
    the author had an experience of going to other country and by this, being far from the Philippines, gave her the craving for our own food and delicacies. In the said essay, the author mentioned some of the Filipino dishes that are really mouth-watering and delicious. There’s a part in that essay...
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  • Paper Archi
    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 be mentioned professors Dean S. Fansier and his wife Harrlott Ely Fansler, George pope Shannon, Tom Inglis...
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  • English Lesson Plan for First Year (Literature)
    in a group work. 6. Write a short letter stating an opinion supported by reasons. 7. Create an effective slogan/motto empowering Filipinos. 8. Act out a short visualized scene in the essay. 9. Give helpful advice to someone in need. 10. Make a four-line stanza expressing what they’ve learned...
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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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  • review(veneration without understanding)
    skeletons in the colonizers closet through his works and writings. Though he died in the hands of the colonizers, he fought the bloodless way and sparked the spirit of nationalism of the Filipino as an individual. Renato Constantino’s essay, “Veneration without Understanding” is not one those...
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  • Phillipine Literary Periods
    . Planted seeds of nationalism in Filipinos 2. Language shifted from Spanish to Tagalog 3. Addressed the masses instead of the “intelligentsia” B. Literary Forms 1. Propaganda Literature - Reformatory in objective a. Political Essays – satires, editorials and news articles were...
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  • Loves
    | * Where he was welcomed by the Filipinos, most of them were his former schoolmates from Ateneo Municipal. | Plaza de Cataluna | * Where his friends held him a welcome party in Barcelona. | El Amor Patrio | * Love of Country * Essay he wrote when he was 21. * First nationalistic essay...
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  • Nick Joaquin
    Philippine novelist, poet, playwright, and essayist writing in English, the National Artist for Literature. Joaquin is widely considered the best postwar author in his country. He has written largely about the Spanish colonial period and the diverse heritage of the Filipino people. Often he deals...
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  • outline in research paper
    . FATHER OF PHILIPPINE LITERATURE II. Types of literary works in the Philippines A. NOVELS B. LEGENDS/MYTHS C. EPICS D. SHORT STORY III. Famous literary works and its authors A. LITERARY WORKS B. INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHOR C. LITERARY WORKS AS THE MIRROR OF PHILIPPINE LITERATURE RESEARCH...
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  • Literature: a Tool for Philippine Liberation
    poems including, In Memory of my Town, To the Youth, and a lot more. But José Rizal's most famous works were his two novels, Noli me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. These writings angered both the Spaniards and the hispanicized Filipinos due to their insulting symbolism. They are highly critical of...
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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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  • 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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  • My Works
    his nom-de-plume Francisco Balagtas, was a prominent Filipino poet, and is widely considered as the Tagalog equivalent of William Shakespeare for his impact on Filipino literature. The famous epic, Florante at Laura, is regarded as his defining work. Balagtas learned to write poetry from José de la...
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  • F Sionil Jose
    the life of the Filipinos both socially and economically. Being one the greatest writers at this time, we can picture out what may happen to the life in the future. With his famous line “Authors like myself choose the city as a setting for their fiction because the city itself illustrates the...
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  • Region 1
    late Carlos Bulosan, a California immigrant born to Ilokano parents in Pangasinan. And currently, the most internationally translated Filipino author is an Ilokano from Rosales, Pangasinan--Francisco Sionil Jose, popularly known as F. Sionil Jose. He is famous for his Rosales saga, a five-novel work...
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  • Essays on Literature
    literary heritage. Though, Alibata – the old Filipino alphabet is already known during this era, the production is very limited to writings on dried leaves, bamboo, or bark of a tree which aside from the fact that they were burned by the Spanish colonizer, they are often said to be perishable which...
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