His Native Soil By Juan Laya Essays and Term Papers

  • The Japanese Era

    had an advantageous effect on Filipino Literature, which experienced renewed attention because writers in English turned to writing in Filipino. Juan Laya, who uses to write in English, turned to Filipino because of the strict prohibitions of the Japanese regarding any writing in English. The weekly...

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  • The American Era

    etc. Their writings clearly depicted their love of country and their longings for independence. * Imitation soon faded, writers began to turn to: native ideas and circumstances- inspiration for their writings. Movement Against the U.S. Colonialism * the printing press was used to block the American...

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  • Development of Philippine Literature

    Lit and Society by S.P. Lopez (essay) How… Wife by M.E. Arguilla (short 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...

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  • Pointers in Humanities

    mga Bituin” 13. palanca awards- Carlos Palanca Sr.; started in 1950; 14. teodoro 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...

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  • Philippine Literature During the Japanese Era

    of the New Philippine Musical Federation headed by Kosak Yamada. The Japanese nevertheless encouraged the creation and performance of music with native themes through music contests. Concerts were also a common form of amusement for Filipinos at the time and the Metropolitan Theater became an important...

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  • Study Guide in Lit.

    Joseph for an inn wherein to deliver the baby Jesus. *The Salubong (or Panubong)- an easter play that dramatizes the meeting of the Risen Christ and his mother. *Carillo (Shadow Play)- a form of dramatic entertainment performed on a moonless night during a town fiesta or on dark nights after a harvest...

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  • Paper Works

    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 Wife and Other Stories" (1941); Galangs's "Life and Success" (1921), the first...

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  • Japanese Period

    the Japanese had pressed large numbers of Filipinos into work details and even put young Filipino women into brothels. General MacArthur discharged his promise to return to the Philippines on October 20, 1944. The landings on the island of Leyte were accomplished by a force of 700 vessels and 174,000...

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  • Phil .Literature

    hopes in us remain. Vacation means a time for play For young and old in night and day My wish for all is to be gay, And evil none lead you astray- Juan F. Salazar    Philippines Free Press, May 9, 1909 | The poem was anthologized in the first collection of poetry in English, Filipino Poetry, edited...

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  • Japanese Period

    had an advantageous effect on Filipino Literature, which experienced renewed attention because writers in English turned to writing in Filipino. Juan Laya, who used to write in English turned to Filipino because of the strict prohibitions of the Japanese regarding any writing in English. The weekly...

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  • Ok Lang

    are presently exploring. Brother Azurin, said that literature expresses the feelings of people to society, to the government, to his surroundings, to his fellowmen and to his Divine Creator. The expression of one’s feelings, according to him, may be through love, sorrow, happiness, hatred, anger, pity...

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  • Philippine Literature

    black letter of the Spanish language, but also for having copies made in Tagalog, both in Latin script and the commonly used Baybayin script of the natives at the time, plus another translation in traditional Chinese. In 1610 - Tomas Pinpin wrote and printed the “Librong Pagaaralan nang...

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  • List of Filipino Novels

    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/LITERARY FICTION] Lim...

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  • Draft

    SPANISH PERIOD (1565-1872) The First Books 1. Doctrina Cristiana - first book printed in the Philippines in 159; written by Fr. Juan de Placencia and Fr. Domingo Nieva in Tagalog and Spanish; contained Our Father, Hail Mary, Hail Holy Queen, the Ten Commandments of God, the Commandments of...

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  • American Literary Periods

    Vacation means a time for play For young and old in night and day My wish for all is to be gay, And evil none lead you astray                        - Juan F. Salazar    Philippines Free Press, May 9, 1909 |         The poem was anthologized in the first collection of poetry in English, Filipino Poetry...

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  • Term Paper Literature

    This had an advantageous effect on filipino literature,which experience renewed attention becanse writers in english turned to writing in Filipino. Juan Laya,who used to write in english turned to filipino because of the strict prohibitions of the japanese regarding any writing in english. This weekly...

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  • Baclayon

    half kilometer from the municipal building in order to avoid going over the top of the cliff. The town was founded in 1595 by two Jesuit priests, Fr. Juan de Torres and Fr. Gabriel Sanchez who also built a stone church which is now considered as the oldest stone church in the country. In 1879, Baclayon...

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  • Waathelasand

    Bonifacio; masses the leadership of the revolution * Education – requirement for leadership * Wealth – requirement for education * Filipino native elite – succeeded in reserving for itself the role of determining Filipino response to independence and nation-building Philippine Republic in Malolos...

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  • Haha

    Uichanco, Jose Ledesma, Vicente Callao, Santiago Sevilla, Bernardo Garcia, Francisco Africa, Pablo Anzures, Carlos P. Romulo, Francisco Tonogbanua, Juan Pastrana, Maria Agoncillo, Paz Marquez Benitez, Luis Dato and many others. Another anthology, The English German Anthology of Poetsedited by Pablo Laslo...

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  • Wala Lang

    storyteller as long as he knew the language and had been attentive to the conventions f the forms.        In settlements along or near the seacoast, a native syllabary was in use before the Spaniards brought over the Roman alphabet. The syllabary had three vowels (a, i-e, u-o) and 14 consonants (b, d, g...

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