Tagalog Short Stories Essays and Term Papers

  • American Regime

    (1910-1924) By 1919, the UP College Folio published the literary compositions of the first Filipino writers in English. They were the pioneers in short story writing.  They were then groping their way into imitating American and British models which resulted in a stilted, artificial and unnatural style...

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  • Phil .Literature

    adherence to the craft of the short story as practiced by popular American fictionists. Early short story writers in English were often dubbed as the Andersons or Saroyans or the Hemingways of Philippine letters. Leopoldo Yabes in his study of the Philippine short story in English from 1925 to 1955 points...

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  • Philippine Literature: Chapter 5 (The American Regime)

    hoisted on June 12, 1898 as a symbol of our independence. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was elected the first President of the Philippine Republic but this was short-lived. The Fil.-American was resulted in the defeat of Gen. Miguel Malvar in 1903. The peace movements started as early as 1900. Many Filipinos started...

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  • American Regime - Philippine Literature

    GROUPS OF WRITERS THAT CONTRIBUTED TO PHILIPPINE LITERATURE DURING THIS PERIOD A. Writers in Spanish – honoring Rizal and other heroes B. Writers in Tagalog – conditions of the country, one's native tongue C. Writers in English – imitation of American themes and methods A. LITERATURE IN SPANISH Cecilio...

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  • Philippine Literature

    biographies, short stories, contemporary dramas, legends, fables, essays, anecdotes, news and speeches. 1. Novel. This is a long narrative divided into chapters. The events are taken from true-to-life stories and spans a long period of time. There are many characters involved. 2. Short Story. This is...

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  • The American Era

    and the subject matters of the American and European authors * Filipino writers went into all forms of literature like news, reporting, poetry, stories, plays, essays, novels, etc. Their writings clearly depicted their love of country and their longings for independence. * Imitation soon faded...

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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.

    country's literary heritage, especially those that were written long before the Spaniards arrived in our country. This is due to the fact that the stories of ancient time were not written, but rather passed on from generation to generation through word of mouth. Only during 1521 did the early Filipinos...

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  • Japanese Literatue

    still being given although the man who founded it has passed away). The awards were given to writers of short stories, plays and poetry.  The first awardees in its first year, (1950-51) short story were the following: First Prize: KUWENTO NI MABUTI by Genoveva Edroza Second Prize: MABANGIS NA KAMAY…MAAMONG...

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  • Safadfsafdaf

    life as traced in our folk stories, old plays and short stories. * One of the folk literature that we’ve had before was Myths which are stories in prose about gods and demigods, creation of the world and its inhabitants. * An example of Myth is Sugbo, Cebuano story that tackles about where Cebu...

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  • Echosei's Channel

    affirm our ties with our Southeast Asian neighbors.        The most seminal of these folk speeches is the riddle which is tigmo in Cebuano, bugtong in Tagalog, paktakon in Ilongo and patototdon in Bicol. Central to the riddle is the talinghaga or metaphor because it "reveals subtle resemblances between two...

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  • Japanese Period

    it was managed by Japanese named Ishiwara. In other words, Filipino literature was given a break during this period. Many wrote plays, poems, short stories, etc. Topics and themes were often about life in the provinces. A. FILIPINO POETRY DURING THIS PERIOD The common theme of most poems during the...

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  • Philippine Literature Part I

    experiences blended into one harmonious expression.   Because literature deals with ideas, thoughts and emotions of man, literature can be said to be the story of man. Man’s loves, griefs, thoughts, dreams and aspirations coached in beautiful language is literature. In order to know the history of a nation’s...

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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature

    affirm our ties with our Southeast Asian neighbors.        The most seminal of these folk speeches is the riddle which is tigmo in Cebuano, bugtong in Tagalog, paktakon in Ilongo and patototdon in Bicol. Central to the riddle is the talinghaga or metaphor because it "reveals subtle resemblances between two...

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  • Philippine Literature

    manifold experiences blended  into one harmonious  expression.       Because  literature deals with  ideas, thoughts and  emotions of man, literature  can be said to  be the story of  man.  Man’s loves,  griefs, thoughts, dreams  and aspirations coached  in beautiful language  is literature.    In  order to know the  history of a nation’s ...

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  • Japanese Period

    it was managed by a Japanese named Ishiwara. In other words, Filipino literature was given a break during this period. Many wrote plays, poems, short stories, etc. Topics and themes were often about life in the provinces. A. Filipino Poetry During This Period The common theme of most poems during...

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  • American Literary Periods

    adherence to the craft of the short story as practiced by popular American fictionists. Early short story writers in English were often dubbed as the Andersons or Saroyans or the Hemingways of Philippine letters. Leopoldo Yabes in his study of the Philippine short story in English from 1925 to 1955 points...

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  • Draft

    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 the Catholic Church, the Seven Mortal...

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  • Philippine Literature

    experiences blended into one harmonious expression. Because literature deals with ideas, thoughts and emotions of man, literature can be said to be the story of man. Man’s loves, griefs, thoughts, dreams and aspirations coached in beautiful language is literature. In order to know the history of a nation’s...

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  • None

    teenager, he began writing in Tagalog for the newspaper Watawat (Flag). He would later write a column for the Tagalog publication Pagkakaisa (Unity) and become editor of Mabuhay (Long Live). His writings gained the attention of Tagalog literati and some of his stories and poems were included in anthologies...

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  • Literature in English

    overall literary landscape, a larger stream than that written in Spanish, a much smaller stream than that written in the vernacular languages like Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilongo, Ilocano, Waray, Pampango, Pangasinan, Bicol, but certainly the most visible one because of its exposure in the educational system...

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