• Wala Lang
    ancient Philippines are those that are rhymed and having equal number of syllables in each line, making them classifiable under the early poetry of this country. Riddles were existent in all languages and dialects of the ancestors of the Filipinos and cover practically all of the experiences of life in...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    following:   A. Narrative Poetry. This form describes important events in life either real or imaginary. The different varieties are: 1. Epic. This is an extended narrative about heroic exploits often under supernatural control. Example: THE HARVEST SONG OF ALIGUYON translated in...
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  • Literature and Culture
    Literature 17 * Pre-Colonial Times 18 * Literature under Spanish Rule 20 * Literature under American Colonial Rule 22 * Contemporary Period 23 * Review Questions 26 III. Epochal Development of Philippine Literature 31 * Pre-colonial Times 31...
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  • Philippine Literature
    . Example: Balagtas FLORANTE AT LAURA by Franciso 7. Corridos (Kuridos). These have measures of eight syllables (octosyllabic) and recited to a martial beat. Example: IBONG ADARNA C. Dramatic Poetry 1. Comedy. The word comedy comes from the Greek term “komos” meaning festivity or revelry. This...
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  • Philippine Literature
     accompaniment  of a guitar or  banduria.  Example: FLORANTE AT LAURA by Franciso Balagtas  7.   Corridos (Kuridos).   These have measures  of eight syllables (octosyllabic)  and recited to a  martial beat.  Example: IBONG ADARNA       C.   Dramatic Poetry       1.   Comedy. The word  comedy...
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  • assignment
    , TheGraphic, The Philippine Magazine and collegepublications like the UP Literary Apprentice,poetry and the short story flourished duringthese times. 42. Other writers during this time includeOsmundo Sta. Romana, Arturo Rotor, PazLatorena’s Sunset, and Jose Garcia Villa’s Mir-in-isa. From 1930 to 1940, the...
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  • Aaaaaaaaaaa
    in Philippine Literature 15 * Pre-Colonial Times 16 * Literature under Spanish Rule 18 * Literature under American Colonial Rule 20 * Contemporary Period 21 * Review Questions 24 II. Epochal Development of Philippine Literature 29...
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  • Philippine Lit.2
    Give 2 objectives of Propaganda Movement to seek reforms and changes. 4. This is a sequel for the NOLI ME TANGERE 5. Marcelo H. Del Pilar established the _______in 1882, where he expressed the evils of the spanish government in the Philippines 6. This became the official voice of the Associacion...
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  • Philippine Literature
    printers who took interest in printing the manuscripts of ancient Filipinos. The Spaniards who came to the Philippines tried to prove that our ancestors were really fond of poetry, songs, stories, riddles and proverbs which we still enjoy today and which serve to show to generations the true...
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  • Philippine Literature
    forces. The full-scale war to regain the Philippines began when General Douglas MacArthur landed on Leyte on October 20, 1944. Filipinos and Americans fought together until the Japanese surrendered in September 1945. Much of Manila was destroyed during the final months of the fighting. In total, an...
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  • Philippine Lit
    Spaniards who came to the Philippines tried to prove that our ancestors were really fond of poetry, songs, stories, riddles and proverbs which we still enjoy today and which serve to show to generations the true culture of our people. Pre-Spanish Literature is characterized by  A. LEGENDS. Legends...
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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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  • Rizal
    prevalent at the time among Spanish Masons. Rizal quickly became involved in Filipino expatriate circles in Spain and revealed a remarkable ability to write both poetry and prose. He soon commenced work on his famous novel Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not). In this seminal work, Rizal dissected the...
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  • War Poets
    the fact that his poetry gives away so little – the sheer lack of information can seem like a refusal to interrogate specific con-texts. Arjuna Parakrama picks up on one example in ‘Jerusalem,’ where the obliqueness of the poem means that an apparent reference to the Intifada (‘Ill stone you. I...
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  • Module for Physical Education Student
    alone today I can see so much of me still living in your eyes Won't you share a part of a weary heart that has lived a million lies University of Southeastern Philippines College of Arts and Sciences ESP Module for the Bachelor of Secondary Education...
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  • JP Rizal
    Philippines.[6] He was the author of Noli Me Tángere,[7] El Filibusterismo,[8] and a number of poems and essays. He was executed on December 30, 1896 by a squad of Filipino soldiers of the Spanish Army.[9][10] Contents [hide] 1 Family and early childhood 1.1 Ancestry 1.2 Birth and early childhood 2...
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  • Phillipine Literary Periods
    literary outputs such as Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo which are considered to be precious treasures of the Philippine Literature. •Claro M. Recto was a Filipino politician, jurist, poet and one of the foremost statesmen of his generation. He is remembered mainly for his nationalism, for...
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  • Rizal
    not gained in school. On January 20, 1872, the liberal ideas that had been rapidly gaining in the Philippines received a terrible setback through an insurrection in Cavite which was made the pretext for removing the progressive leaders though their guilt was never established and the people believed...
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  • Hell
    Tuba Gatherer's Child) Iluminado Lucente (May 14, 1883 - February 14, 1960) was a Philippine writer, primarily writing poetry and drama in the Waray language. He is considered by many as the greatest writer in the Waray language.[verification needed] Lucente was a member of the Sanghiran San...
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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.
    . Another popular type of secular poetry is the metrical romance, the awit and korido in Tagalog. The awit is set in dodecasyllabic quatrains while the korido is in octosyllabic quatrains. An example of this is the Ibong Adarna (Adarna Bird). There are numerous metrical romances in Tagalog, Bicol, Ilonggo...
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