• Haha
    , Aurelio Alvero, Horacio de la Costa, Amador T. Daguio, Salvador P. Lopez, Angela Manalang Gloria, Trinidad Tarrosa, Abelardo Subido and Jose Garcia Villa, among others. A third pre-war collection of poetry was edited by Carlos Bulosan, Chorus for America: Six Philippine Poets. The six poets in this...
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  • Brick by Brick
    BERNABE, JESUS BALMORI III. LITERATURE IN ENGLISH A. POETRY- JOSE GARCIA VILLA, “I CAN NO MORE HEAR LOVE’S”, “I, IT, WAS, THAT, SAW” LUIS DATO, “THE SPOUSE”, CARLOS ANGELES, “LANDSCAPE II”, AMADOR DAGUIO, “MAN OF EARTH”, “LUIS CABALQUINTO, “HOMETOWN”, ANGELA MANALANG-GLORIA, “REVOLT FROM HYMEN...
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  • rizal
    coat material was called rayadillo FIRST YEAR IN ATENEO (1872-1873) • Father Jose Bech- Rizal’s first professor in Ateneo whom he described as a “tall thin man, with a body slightly bent forward, a harried walk, an ascetic face, severe and inspired, small deep-sunken eyes, a sharp nose that was...
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  • Reaction Paper of the Makings of a Writer
    these views.  Personally, I am not against Salvador Lopez's “socially conscious literature” or Jose Garcia Villa's “art for art's sake”. I just think that both serve their own purpose and value in the society. There's no problem in writing a poem which is just about a coconut or about the corrupt...
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  • Ok Lang
    Recommendation Bibliography ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The researchers, Emmanuel G. Burgos, Daryl Pura and Christian Garcia of third year Bachelor of Science in Computer Science would like to thank the following: First, our Lord God for the knowledge and wisdom He gave us through the time we have to...
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  • Sdfsdfs
    Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa is a short story as well as the title of a short story collection published in 1933. Villa was a Filipino poet, critic, painter and short story writer born in 1908. Villa, along with other writers, belonged to a group called "artsakists", who believed that art...
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  • Reacting
    : if fate this life may snip, its fervent wish is that love won’t cease. Gleaming bloom of my mind, Celia whose symbols are M, A, and R; here I am adoring at the Virgin Madonna’s altar, F and B, your loyal servant. Ballad of a Mother's Heart by Jose la Villa Sierra The night was dark...
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  • Aerl
    you have to open up yourself to the flesh Because you will recieve Help and blessings abondantly They bones are the whole house Of Nigeria,Our bones are dry We are cut off and Hopes are being lost But God said I will open Your grave and save you And course you to come out Bring you to the...
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  • Rizal and Bonifacio
    Father Sanchez, his former professor, who failed in his mission. The task was resumed by Father Pastells, a prominent member of the Order. In his letter to Pastells, Rizal sails close to the ecumenism familiar to us today. "We are entirely in accord in admitting the existence of God. How can I...
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  • Local Color
    , T. M. Locsin, Salvador P. Lopez, Maria Luna-Lopez, A. J. Malay, I. V. Mallari, Federico Mangahas, Ignacio Manlapaz, Camilo Osias, Vicente Albano Pacis, Carlos Quirino, Godofredo Rivera, Eulogio B. Rodriguez, Carlos P. Romulo, A. B. Rotor, Leon O. Ty, Jose Garcia Villa, Manuel A. Viray, and...
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  • Gingoog City
    the first Spaniards, on that significant day on March 16, 1521. The natives continued to grow in number. In 1723, Father Felix Garcia, a Jesuit missionary from Butuan, arrived. He was the first white man to visit Gingoog. His mission was to spread Christianity. He baptized the natives: Bingue to...
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  • Effectiveness of Ra 8049 or Anti-Hazing Law
    its preoccupation with the building of churches, chapels and cathedrals—structures that will show that man is a superior, creative being made in the image of God—the biggest business of the time was construction. These included painting, sculpting, window-making and, of course, masonry. After the...
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  • Sherlock Holmes
      for my warning, but told me that the rent had been paid in advance. Then I made my  way to town and called at the Spanish embassy. The man was unknown there. After  this I went to see Melville, at whose house I had first met Garcia, but I found that he  really knew rather less about him than I...
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  • hello
    POEMS AND STORIES Ballad of a Mother’s Heart by Jose La Villa Tierra The night was so dark, For the moon was young,  And the Stars were asleep and rare, The clouds were thick, Yet youth went out, To see his Maiden fair.   Dear one, He pleaded as he knelt before her feet in tears...
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  • Amazing Grace
    . Acknowledgements: I would like to thank these people who made this analysis effective and possible, first, God who always been there for me whenever I face many problems, I keep smiling because I have the reason to smile about-it is God.:) Second, to my parents who I admire the most, where I get my...
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  • Introduction to Rizal Course
    parents and they trained their children to love God, to behave well, to be obedient, and to respect people, especially the old folks. Whenever the children, including Jose, got into mischief, they were given a sound spanking. Every day the Rizal’s (parents and children) heard mass in the town church...
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  • Rizal Ch.10 by Zaide
    Spanish tyrants 3. To find out for himself how the Noli and his other writings were affecting Filipinos and Spaniards in the Philippines 4. To inquire why Leonor Rivera remained silent In a letter to Blumentritt, written in Geneva (June 19, 1887) Rizal said: “Your advice that I live in Madrid...
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  • Ykamp
    rTABLE OF CONTENTS: I. GEOGRAPHICAL HISTORY II. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE a. TOWN b. BARANGAY c. RIVER III. INDUSTRY AND STATISTICAL DATA IV. TOPONYMS d. VERNACULAR TERMS V. SYNTHESIS AND PRELIMINARY CONCLUSION VI. SOURCE I...
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  • JP Rizal
    [to our second surname Rizal], but now I had to use it, thus giving me the appearance of an illegitimate child!"[16] This was to enable him to travel freely and disassociate him from his brother, who had gained notoriety with his earlier links to Gomburza. From early childhood, José and Paciano...
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  • Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal
    this visit, Rizal says: "I owe to this religion almost everything that I am." This last remark confirms that when Rizal left Manila he was still a Catholic, not only a fervent one but an orthodox one as well. The many visits that Jose made that day are proofs that there was nothing secret about...
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