• Phil Lit
    . Literary genres I. The short story A. Short story defined B. Elements of short story C. The Short Stories 1. Death into Manhood 2. How my Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife 3. Dead Stars 4. Faith, Love, Time and Dr. Lazaro 5. Wedding Dance 6. The House on Zapote Street 7. We Filipinos...
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  • Some Stories
    in order not to have the life of Teang and Tona be wise, be educated and have proper information before having a crucial decisions in life. The House on Zapote Street Lydia Cabading a soft spoken and obedient girl to her father. Lydia being obedient not able to express her likes and thoughts...
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  • The Armed Forces of the Philippines in the Politics of Today
    . Nevertheless, the said participation was a result of a series of meetings between the military and the camp of former Vice-President Arroyo. In his book, Historying Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Nick Joaquin clearly narrates the chain of events: “It was they (military) who contacted me, not me...
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  • Pre Hispanic Lit
    the church gate or the frequented street corner, and the blind mendicant begging from house to house became familiar sights. The Spaniards ruled the Philippines for 300 years under these conditions, continually harassed by Chinese pirates, by the Moros (Mohammedans from Mindanao and Sulu), by the...
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  • Cypher -Incomplete
    she survived on the streets at all. With her brother Nickolas walking beside Raksha, Nick had his hair straight as an edge wearing dark clothes with black converse. Raksha’s wavy dark red hair blowing away from her face with her vivid green eyes intimidated anyone and everyone. She was feisty and...
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  • Dance
    war, sent an envoy to the Moros to offer peace and to baptize them. The best Maglalatik dancers are found in Zapote. In the daytime during the town fiesta of Biñan, the Maglalatik dancers go from house to house performing this dance for money or a gift. In the evening they dance Maglalatik in the...
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  • The Killers
    street beside the car-tracks and turned at the next arc-light down a side-street. Three houses up the street was Hirsch’s rooming-house. Nick walked up the two steps and pushed the bell. A woman came to the door. “Is Ole Anderson here?” “Do you want to see him?” “Yes, if he’s in.” Nick...
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  • What Ive Learned
    On July 21, I went to a family barbeque in Rochester, NY. After leaving the barbeque, I was on my way to meet my brothers John and Nick at the local bar to talk and have fun. After we saw our oldest brother John off, Nick and I decided to race down the main street in town. I learned on this day to...
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  • Jose P. Laurel
    Supreme Court, p. 175 4. ^ a b c d Molina, Antonio. The Philippines: Through the centuries. Manila: University of Sto. Tomas Cooperative, 1961. Prin> 5. ^ a b By Sword and By Fire, p. 137 6. ^ Joaquin, Nick (1990). Manila,My Manila. Vera-Reyes, Inc.. 7. ^ Gordon, Andrew (2003). The Modern...
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  • History
    • July 7, 1892, Bonifacio and his friends met secretly at Deodato Arellano‟s house at # 72 Azcarraga Stree (now C.M. Recto) near Elcano Street in Tondo, Manila.• They formed a secret revolutionary society, modeled in part on Masonic Order.• This was called Kataastaasan Kagalang- galangang Katipunan...
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  • the killers
    a side-street. Three houses up the street was Hirsch’s roominghouse. Nick walked up the two steps and pushed the bell. A woman came to the door. “Is Ole Anderson here?” “Do you want to see him?” “Yes, if he’s in.” Nick followed the woman up a flight of stairs and back to the end of a corridor...
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  • Fdgff
    Midwest, Minnesota specifically to learn the bond business. 3) Describe the narrators house. - Nick lives a in a small house between two mansions. 4) Describe the Buchanans house. – A gigantic mansion. 5) How does Nick know Daisy and Tom? – Daisy is his cousin, and he went to school with...
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  • Assignment in Science
    Chabacano languages. Critics regard him as the Spanish equivalent to his friend Nick Joaquín's English. Joaquín's body of written works were discreetly about the "Hispanic soul" of the Philippines brought about by three centuries of Spanish rule. Joaquín's stories in particular were sentimental...
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  • dfdfcsdfsd
    Why I am an Atheist as a reply to a religious man who thought Singh had become an atheist because of his vanity? ... that Rock Lawn, home of Hamilton Fish II and Patty Hearst, is Richard Upjohn's only Italian villa-style house in the Hudson Highlands? ... that Mattias Moström is the foreign player...
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  • The Great Gatsby
    Street?
 Tom’s flat that he uses to have an affair with Myrtle. And it is they place that they have the party. 7. Identify Catherine and Mr. & Mrs. McKee. Catherine is Myrtle’s sister that lives in town. Mr. & Mrs. Mckee is a couple. To Nick this couple is scary. Mr. McKee is kind of girly and Ms...
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  • Famous Chileans
    student protests in Chile. Bernardita Zúñiga - Miss World Chile 2007 Guillermo Jullian de la Fuente Joaquín Toesca – designer of the presidential house "La Moneda", in Santiago Mathias Klotz – Winner of the Borromini Prize of Architecture in 2001 for under-40 architects. Isidora Luksic Prieto...
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  • Asss
    (Amador T. Daguio) Denken Ist Danken: A Tribute To Leonardo R. Estiok... Dead Stars (Paz Marquez Benitez) Elements of Chinese Thought in the Filipino Mind (... Mats (Francisco Arcellana) May Day Eve (Nick Joaquin) Mill of the Gods (Estrella Alfon) The Sadness Collector (Merlinda Bobis) My Father Goes To Court (Carlos Bulusan) Woman With Horns (Cecilia Menguera - Brainard) My Brother's Peculiar Chicken (Alejandro R. Roces)......
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  • Great Gatsby chapters
    Nick that in 1917 she met Daisy and a young military officer called Jay Gatsby, who wanted to marry her. When he was away fighting in the war, however, she married the rich Tom Buchanan.It becomes clear that it was not a coincidence that brought Gatsby to West Egg, he deliberately bought a house...
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  • Amfs
    ? The story does not have any moral lesson but it has a purpose. The purpose of the author is to show the consequences of having infidelity in a relationship. Furthermore, it pays more attention on fondness and virtuousness in the perspective of bereavement. Summer Solstice By Nick Joaquin...
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  • Essay on the Great Gatsby
    impatient, Nick had decided to move to New York so he could learn the bond business. Now we are in the setting of 1922 in West Egg, Long Island. Nick was then living in a rented house that is neighboring the Gatsby’s mansion. Daisy (Nick’s cousin) and Tom (who has been in the same senior society at...
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