• Where Is the Patis
    Carmen Guerrero Nakpil (b. July 19, 1922) is a Filipino journalist, author, historian and public servant. She was born in Ermita, Manila, into the Guerrero clan of that town, who were painters and poets, as well as scientists and doctors. Her paternal grandfather was Leon Maria Guerrero (b...
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  • Where's the Patis
    WHERE'S THE PATIS? Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil About the Author Carmen Guerrero Nakpil who is "Chitang" to her family and friends is a practicing journalist whose takes time out now and then from her daily journalistic chores to write fine essays. She is fortunate to...
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  • List of Filipino Novels
    , P.C. Brother to the Wind. New Day, 2000. [HISTORICAL/LITERARY FICTION] Nakpil, Carmen Guerrero. The Rice Conspiracy. Vessel, 1990. [HISTORICAL/LITERARY FICTION] Navarra, Alan. Girl Trouble. Visprint, 2009. [HUMOR] Nolledo, Wilfredo. But for the Lovers. [Dutton, 1970] Dalkey, 1994. [LITERARY FICTION...
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  • assignment
    42. Nick Joaquin May Day Eve (1947) The Woman Who Had Two Navels (1961) A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino (1966) Summer Solstice (1972) 43. Carmen Guerrero Nakpil Woman Enough and Other Essays (1963) The Philippines: The Land and the People (1990) Lifetime Achievement Award 2005 for her...
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  • Literature
    WHERE''S THE PATIS? By Carmen Guerrero Nakpil Travel has become the great Filipino dream. In the same way that an American dreams of becoming a millionaire or an English boy dreams of going to one of the great universities, the Filipino dreams of going abroad. His most constant vision is that...
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  • The Freedom
    Publishing. * Myself, Elsewhere, by Carmen Guerrero Nakpil. Nakpil Publishing. (Ruel de Vera) Juan C. Laya Prize for Best Book of Fiction in a Foreign Language: (2 winners) * Banyaga: A Song of War, by Charlson Ong. Anvil. * The Jupiter Effect, by Katrina Tuvera. Anvil. (Danton R...
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  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline
    Divas: Filipino Gay Men in the Diaspora by Martin F. Manalansan * Portents by Jessica Zafra * Bad Boy, Robin, Baad Boy by Jessica Zafra * Where’s the Patis? By Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil Philippine literature today This subject in one way or another has brought me...
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  • Criteria for National Hero on the Philippines
    , Bernardita R. Churchill, Serafin D. Quiason, Ambeth Ocampo, then known as Dom Ignacio Maria, Prof. Minerva Gonzales and Mrs. Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil) 1. Heroes are those who have a concept of nation and thereafter aspire and struggle for the nation’s freedom. Our own struggle for freedom was begun by...
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  • This Is Just a Test
    B. Reyes First Performance: The Filipino Players, under the authors direction... Premium Wanted: a Chaperon By Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero Reyes ABOUT: Wanted: A Chaperon is a play in one act, written and directed by Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero. Jose Villa Panganiban has translated it as "Kailangan Isang...
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  • English
    “sprouted” other five-star hotels, Manila Hilton was the place to be seen at. 4-6 Noted journalist Carmen Guerrero Nakpil, who is a native of Ermita, points out that Ermita was then a Tagalog village peopled by free, energetic and handsome Malays who drank whine, wore gold bangles and treated each...
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  • Reviewer
    Where’s the Patis? By: Carmen Guerrero Nakpil Travel has become the great Filipino dream. In the same way that an American dreams of becoming a millionaire or an English boy dream of going to one of the great universities, the Filipino dreams of going abroad. His most constant vision is...
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  • JOSE RIZAL RTU STYLE
    his years in Europe, which is often considered to be the most important and productive years of his life. Another probable reason why he always wore his overcoat is that he was trying to camouflage a physical defect. Maria Rizal allegedly revealed to her grandson’s wife Carmen Guerrero Cruz Nakpil...
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  • Characteristics of a National Hero
    , Bernardita R. Churchill, Serafin D. Quiason, Ambeth Ocampo, then known as Dom Ignacio Maria, Prof. Minerva Gonzales and Mrs. Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil) 1. Heroes are those who have a concept of nation and thereafter aspire and struggle for the nation’s freedom. Our own struggle for freedom was begun by...
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  • The History of the Philippines
    government and Magdiwang ("Celebrate" in Filipino) agreed to retain Katipunan. She was the first woman member of the Katipunan(July 1893). | Marina Dizon. She was cousin of Emilio Jacinto. She lost her mother when she was eight months old. She was also a guitarist and violinist of the Trozo...
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  • Jose Rizal
    born on March 24, 1915, in the district of Ermita, Manila, the son of Dr. Alfredo León Guerrero and Filomena Francisco, the first Filipino woman pharmacist. His family had been prominent residents of Ermita as long as they could remember, that genteel suburb south of Intramuros noted during the...
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  • Rizal's Life, Work and Writings
    Foronda, Alfredo Lagmay, Bernardita R. Churchill, Serafin D. Quiason, Ambeth Ocampo, then known as Dom Ignacio Maria, Prof. Minerva Gonzales and Mrs. Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil) 1. Heroes are those who have a concept of nation and thereafter aspire and struggle for the nation’s freedom. Our own struggle...
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  • Carp
    and Hidalgo for their mastery and nationalism In the 1892, Columbus Quadricentennial Art Contest competition sponsored by La Illustracion Filipina, a Filipino weekly publication, a 16-year-old girl named Carmen Zaragosa won first prize for her painting "Dos Intelligencias." In the 1895 Esposicion...
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  • Literature in English
    genre-expanding, convention-breaking tales, and show the liveliness of the form, and the surety that no final statements can yet be made about the Filipino novel in English. The essay is alive and lively in the newspapers and magazines, and in collections like Carmen Guerrero Nakpil’s The Philippines...
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  • Criteria for National Heroes
    known as Dom Ignacio Maria, Prof. Minerva Gonzales and Mrs. Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil) 1. Heroes are those who have a concept of nation and thereafter aspire and struggle for the nation’s freedom. Our own struggle for freedom was begun by Bonifacio and finished by Aguinaldo, the latter formally...
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    members, headed by Jacinto and Bonifacio, conferred with a visiting Japanese naval officer and captain of a Japanese ship, named Kongo, and the Japanese consul at a Japanese bazaar in Manila.[67] The interpreter, a friend of Valenzuela, was José Moritaro Tagawa who was married to a Filipino woman of...
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