• The Japanese Era
    (Essay) 4. HIS NATIVE SOIL – by Juan Laya (Novel) President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiography THE GOOD FIGHT was published posthumously. Radio broadcasts echoed the mingled fear and doubts in the hearts of the people.Other writers of this period were Juan Collas (19440, Tomas Confesor (1945), Roman A. de la Cruz and Elisa Tabuñar....
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  • Pointers in Humanities
    agoncillo-“ANG MAIKLING KWENTONG TAGALOG” 15. juan laya – “HIS NATIVE SOIL” 16. Rafael Zulueta da Costa – “Like The Molave” 17. Salvador P. Lopez – “Literature and Society” 18. The good fight- President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiographynarciso reyes 19. three poems- in Japanese period...
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  • Development of Philippine Literature
    story) Like the Molave by R. Z. da Costa (poetry) His Native Soil by Juan Cabreros Laya (novel) 1941-1945 – Japanese occupation; lit devt interrupted From romantic idealism to romantic realism (Arguilla, Gonzales, Joaquin, B Santos, C.V. Pedroche, E Alfon) 1935 – gave authors sense...
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  • The American Era
    they can now understand the language being used by the writer. Works like: * His Native Soil by Juan C. Laya * How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife by Manuel Arguilla * many other stories which depicted the Filipino life NOVEL * With the founding of the Philippine...
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  • Philippine Literature During the Japanese Era
    : 1. LIKE THE MOLAVE – by Rafael Zulueta da Costa (Poetry) 2. HOW MY BROTHER LEON BROUGTH HOME A WIFE – by Manuel E. Arguilla (Short Story) 3. LITERATURE AND SOCIETY – by Salvador P. Lopez (Essay) 4. HIS NATIVE SOIL – by Juan Laya (Novel) President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiography THE GOOD FIGHT was...
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  • Philippine Literature
    ; • Villa’s Footnote to Youth: Tales of the Philippines and Others (1933); • "The Wound and the Scar" (1937) by Arturo Rotor, a collection of stories; • "Winds of April" (1940) by N. V. M. Gonzalez; • "His Native Soil" (1941) by Juan C. Laya; • Manuel Arguilla’s "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a...
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  • Study Guide in Lit.
    *Dramatic Philippines- an organization of Filipino players *Panday Pira- written by Jose Ma. Hernandez *Sa Pula, Sa Puti- written by Francisco Soc Rodrigo Short Story- was being widened during the Japanese Occupation. Novel *His Native Soil- written by Juan Laya Essay *Literature and Society...
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  • Japanese Period
    . Arguilla (Short Story) 3. LITERATURE AND SOCIETY - by Salvador P. Lopez (Essay) 4. HIS NATIVE SOIL - by Juan Laya (Novel) President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiography THE GOOD FIGHT was published posthumously. Radio broadcasts echoed the mingled fear and doubts in the hearts of the people...
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  • Japanese Period
    Zulueta da Costa (Poetry) 2. HOW MY BROTHER LEON BROU`GTH HOME A WIFE –by Manuel E. Arguilla (Short Story) 3. LITERATURE AND SOCIETY –by Salvador P. Lopez (Essay) 4. HIS NATIVE SOIL –by Juan Laya (Novel) President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiography THE GOOD FIGHT was published posthumously. Radio...
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  • Ok Lang
    . LITERATURE AND SOCIETY by Salvador P. Lopez (Essay) 4. HIS NATIVE SOIL by Juan Laya (Novel) President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiography THE GOOD FIGHT was published posthumously. Radio broadcasts echoed the mingled fear and doubts in the hearts of the people. Other writers of this period were Juan Collas...
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  • Paper Works
    Arturo Rotor, a collection of stories; "Winds of April" (1940) by N. V. M. Gonzalez; "His Native Soil" (1941) by Juan C. Laya;[Manuel Arguilla's "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife and Other Stories" (1941); Galangs's "Life and Success" (1921), the first volume of essays in English; and the...
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  • Phil .Literature
    major Filipino fictionists in English during the American period. Thus, the major novels of the period, such as the Filipino Rebel, by Maximo Kalaw, and His Native Soil by Juan C. Laya, are discourses on cultural identity, nationhood and being Filipino done in the English language. Stories such as "How...
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  • Draft
    by Manuel E. Arguilla (Short Story) 3. Literature and Society by Salvador P. lopez (Essay) 4. His Native Soil by Juan Laya (Novel) The Good Fight – Pres. Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiography was published...
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  • Term Paper Literature
    (Essay) 4. HIS NATIVE SOIL by Juan Laya (Novel) President Manuel L. Quezons autobiography THE GOOD FIGHT was published posthumously. Radio broadcasts echoed the mingled fear and doubts in the hearts of the people. Other writers of this period were Juan Collas (19440, TomasConfesor (1945), Roman A...
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  • List of Filipino Novels
    /LITERARY FICTION] Labrador, Chinggay. Popped. Summit, 2010. [CHICK LIT] Laurel, Patricia. Only If You Can Find Me. Anvil, 2005. [YOUNG ADULT FICTION] Laya, Juan, His Native Soil. [1940] Kayumanggi, 1972. [HISTORICAL/LITERARY FICTION] __________. This Barangay. Inang Wika, 1950. [HISTORICAL...
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  • assignment
    THE MOLAVE – by Rafael Zuluetada Costa (Poetry)2. HOW MY BROTHER LEON BROUGTHHOME A WIFE – by Manuel E. Arguilla (ShortStory) 63. 3. LITERATURE AND SOCIETY – by Salvador P.Lopez (Essay)4. HIS NATIVE SOIL – by Juan Laya (Novel)President Manuel L. Quezon’s autobiographyTHE GOOD FIGHT was published...
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  • American Literary Periods
    writing in a borrowed tongue while dwelling on Filipino customs and traditions earmarked the literary output of major Filipino fictionists in English during the American period. Thus, the major novels of the period, such as the Filipino Rebel, by Maximo Kalaw, and His Native Soil by Juan C. Laya, are...
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  • Baclayon
    Guiwanon, Baclayon indicated that the land portion extended far beyond the present shorelines of Baclayon. In the 1960s, the land portion of Layâ, Baclayon was still very far seaward than the present situation. In all indications, the meaning of Baclayon is as defined by Fr Juan Felix de la Encarnacion...
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  • Waathelasand
    * wrote How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife and Other Stories (1941) Juan C. Laya (1911 – 1952) – had an early successful attempt to write long fiction in English in His Native Soil (1941) Deogracias A. Rosario (1894 – 1936) – honored by fellow writers who came after him with the title of...
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  • Wala Lang
    a Filipino enabled fictionists to produce great literary works. The public can now relate to the story because the public also experiences what the story has to say and they can now understand the language being used by the writer. Works like "His Native Soil" by Juan C. Laya, "How My Brother Leon...
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