• jose rizal humanities
    Ethnological Society and the Berlin Anthropological Society under the patronage of the famous pathologist Rudolf Virchow. Following custom, he delivered an address in German in April 1887 before the Anthropological Society on the orthography and structure of the Tagalog language. He left Heidelberg a poem...
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  • Literature
    in Tagalog. (J. Villa Panganiban, et al., 1987) 5. The Passion. This is the book about the life and sufferings of Jesus Christ. It is read only during Lent. There were 4 versions of this in Tagalog and each version is according to the name of the writer. These are the: 1. Pilapil...
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  • My Works
    his years in the elementary. His actual writing, however, started when he became a member of The Torres Torch Organization during his high school years. Arcellana continued writing in various school papers at the University of the Philippines Diliman. He later on received a Rockfeller Grant and...
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  • Ang Kaisipanjg Pilipino Batay Sa Sini9Ng Biswal by Alice Guilermo
    Night Monkeys” in The Night Monkeys, anthology of Palanca award-winning short stories for children, published by Tahanan Books, Makati, Manila, 2008 “Zenaida Amador” in Ten Outstanding Filipino Biographies for high school readers, published by Insular Life, Inc., Makati, Manila, 2007 “Shut up and...
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  • The Passion of the Christ
    predecessor, along with Rizal's last poem, are now considered Rizal's literary masterpieces. Both of Rizal's novels had a profound effect on Philippine society in terms of views about national identity, the Catholic faith and its influence on Filipino's choice, and the government's issues of...
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  • Loves
    | Sacrifices | * Youth * Pleasures * Splendor of genius * Life | Laong Laan | * Pseudonym he used when he wrote Love of Country. | Tierra Extranjera | * Term he used to refer to Spain. | Universidad Central de Madrid | * Where he enrolled in philosophy and letters and...
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  • Rizal's Life and Travels
    . “Its mechanism”, said Rizal “is based on the principle of compressed air.” -During his exile in Dapitan, he invited a wooden machine for making bricks • My Retreat (Mi Retiro)- Rizal wrote this beautiful poem about his serene life as an exile in Dapitan and sent it to her mother on October...
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  • rizal
    Retreat (Mi Retiro)- Rizal wrote this beautiful poem about his serene life as an exile in Dapitan and sent it to her mother on October 22, 1895, which acclaimed by literary critics as one of the best ever penned by Rizal. RIZAL AND THE KATIPUNAN 28 • • • • • • Andres Bonifacio- the...
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  • An Outline of Jose Rizal's Life
    principle of compressed air.” -During his exile in Dapitan, he invited a wooden machine for making bricks • My Retreat (Mi Retiro)- Rizal wrote this beautiful poem about his serene life as an exile in Dapitan and sent it to her mother on October 22, 1895, which acclaimed by literary critics as one of...
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  • Development of Dance and Music in the Philippines
    ), poems (3 types arise: Haiku, Tanaga, and Karaniwang Anyo), short stories (its field expanded), etc. Topics and themes were often about life in the provinces. Philippine Literature in English experienced a dark period and those who dared to write did for propaganda. Writings that came out during...
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  • Yiiizzz
    Rizal and encouraged him to learn sports. * The first known poem that he wrote was a Tagalog poem entitled Sa Aking Mga Kabata. He wrote it in appeal to our people to love our national language. Influences on Rizal’s Boyhood * Hereditary influence * Environmental influence * Aid...
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  • Philippine Literature
    about human relationships, social entertainment and also serve as tools for teaching the young; work songs that depict the livelihood of the people often sung to go with the movement of workers such as the kalusan (Ivatan), soliranin (Tagalog rowing song), the mambayu, a Kalinga rice-pounding song...
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  • Rizal
    poem about his serene life as an exile in Dapitan and sent it to her mother on October 22, 1895, which acclaimed by literary critics as one of the best ever penned by Rizal. RIZAL AND THE KATIPUNAN •Andres Bonifacio- the “Great Plebeian”, sowing the seeds of an armed uprising—the secret...
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  • Philippine Literature
    -ida (Maguindanao), tulang pambata (Tagalog) or cansiones para abbing (Ibanag). A few examples are the lullabyes or Ili-ili (Ilonggo); love songs like the panawagon and balitao (Ilonggo); harana or serenade (Cebuano); the bayok (Maranao); the seven-syllable per line poem, ambahan of the Mangyans...
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  • Jose Garcia Villa
    himself. These animals were also explored by another poet e.e. cummings in Doveglion, Adventures in Value, a poem dedicated to Villa.[1] Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Writing career 1.3 Death 1.4 New York Centennial Celebration 1.5 Personal 2 Works 3 Writing style 4 Critical...
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  • Rizal
    Jose Guevarra became apprentices of Old Juancho Daily Life in Biñan: Jose’s daily routine * Hears mass at 4 a.m. or studies lesson before going to mass. * Goes to orchard to look for mabolo to eat. * Breakfast. Goes to class at 10 a.m. * Lunch break * Goes back to school at...
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  • Literature
    THE RURAL MAID Fernando M. Maramag Maramag was a poet, newspaperman, and editor of the Manila Tribune. He was born in Ilagan, Isabela, on January 21,1893. He was educated at Isabela High School, Philippine Normal School, and the University of the Philippines. Many of his poems were published in...
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  • Josegarciavilla
    . These animals were also explored by another poet e.e. cummings in Doveglion, Adventures in Value, a poem dedicated to Villa Early life Villa was born on August 5, 1908, in Manila's Singalong district. His parents were Simeon Villa (a personal physician of Emilio Aguinaldo, the founding President of...
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  • Chaydocuments
    , who were greedy for money.  Amado was born on September 13, 1903 and died at the age of 67. He is the son of Juan Hernandez and Clara Vera. He began molding his brilliance in Gagalangin, Tondo, the Manila High School and at the American Correspondence School where he earned his baccalaureate degree...
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  • Pres Doc.
    peaceful resistance to tyranny, and his compassion. Filipino school children study his final literary work, a poem called Mi Ultimo Adios ("My Last Goodbye"), as well as his two famous novels. Spurred on by Rizal's martyrdom, the Philippine Revolution continued until 1898. With assistance from the...
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