• Epic Aliguyon
    The Epic ALiguyon or Prowess of Aliguyon came from the region of Ifugao’s and Igorot’s The author of this Prowess of Aliguyon is Amador T. Daguio. The book was retold by F. Landa Jocano It is also known as Hud-Hud epic poetry. The Hud-hud epic poetry tells about the lives of native Ifugao heroes...
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  • My Homeworks
    EPIC PROWESS ALIGUYON Long ago in Hannanga there lived a rich couple, Amtulao and Dumulao. They owned the longest and widest of the rice terraces that covered the mountainsides, and their harvests were the most plentiful. Their thatched house, large enough to contain three of their neighbors' huts...
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  • Phil Legends
    verdant islets. The people believe that this was the gift of the gods: immortalizing the hundred warriors who gave up their lives for their home. The Story about the Origin of Rice In the olden days, famine gripped the land. The desperate people implored their goddess to save them. Moved by pity, the...
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  • Wertyuiop[]Poytrew
    Leader-chorus singing is common. ‘Hudhud ni Aliguyon’ : In the mountainous regions of Northern Luzon, a hudhud is a long tale sung during special occasions. This particular long tale is sung during harvest. A favorite topic of the hudhud is a folk hero named Aliguyon, a brave warrior. | | | | | ...
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  • Aliguyon
    Mula sa bayang Hannaga •Aliguyon –Bida; nagsikap na matapos ang alitan ng kanyang ama at ni Pangaiwan •Amtalao/Iken –Ama ni Aliguyon; mayroong kaaway mula sa Daligdigan •Dumulao –Ina ni Aliguyon •Aginaya –Bunsong kapatid ni Aliguyon Mula sa Bayang Daligdigan •Pangaiwan –Kaaway ni Amtalao;...
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  • short info of aliguyon
    VERY SHORT INFO ABOUT EPIC OF IFUGAO(HUDHUD HI ALIGUYON) Young Aliguyon of Hannanga dreams of becoming a great warrior. After failing to convince his son to change his mind, Aliguyon’s father agrees to train him in the art of combat. After passing his father’s test, the young man sets off with an...
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  • General Types of Literature
    types of prose. These include novels or biographies, short stories, contemporary dramas, legends, fables, essays, anecdotes, news and speeches. a. 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...
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  • Leadership
    Filipino ancestors and were only written down by. Filipinos love hearing and telling stories and this is shown in their folklore. Through these stories we can unravel the consciousness of the people of that time. The stories usually revolve around the lifestyles and livelihood of the Filipinos during the...
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  • Fils
    | |3. Hinilawod |Sulod (Central Panay) |recounts the story of the exploits of three Sulodnon | | | |demigod brothers, Labaw...
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  • Life of Lam Ang
    recite these stanzas in the traditional style of folk storytelling, and must try to create an imagery of the distant past when epic was regarded as the story of a proud race. (AV Rotor) A. - Lam- ang is conceived Note the indigenous richness of the natural resources of the Ilocos Region. (3) Salamagi...
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  • Plilippine
    Cecilio Apostol, Fernando Ma. Guerrero, Jesús Balmori, Flavio Zaragoza Cano and Francisco Zaragoza played a major role in the preservation of the stories handed down in time. Writers such as Castrillo, Fernandez, Rivera, Licsi and Estrada also spent a major part of their lives in the documentation of...
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  • Literature
    find New Criticism too atomistic in ignoring intertextual elements and in approaching the text as if it existed in a vacuum. After all, we recognize story patterns and symbolic associations at least from other texts we have read, if not innately; we know how to form assumptions and expectations from encounters...
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  • Summary of the Wedding Dance by Amador Daguio
    Summary: This is sad story of a man, Awiyao, who in spite of being in love with his wife, Lumnay, feels the need to marryanother in order to have a son. According to the story if a man does not have a son he is considered to be inferior to others intheir community. It is not a case of not loving Lumnay...
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  • Bonsai
    craft of writing from Tom Inglis Moore, an Australian professor at U.P., and was especially grateful to A.V.H. Hartendorp of Philippine Magazine. His stories and poems appeared in practically all the Manila papers. One of ten honor graduates at U.P. in 1932, he returned to teach at his boyhood school...
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  • The Filipino Culture
    Subanon tells of the story of the hero with the same name, who is born through extraordinary circumstances as he fell out of the hair of his mother while she was combing it on the ninth stroke. Thence he leads his people in the fight against invaders of their land and waterways. Aliguyon or the Hudhud of...
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  • Wedding Dance
    adolescent pains…" In 1952, he obtained his M.A. in English at Stanford U. as a Fulbright scholar. His thesis was a study and translation of Hudhud hi Aliguyon (Ifugao Harvest Song). In 1954, he obtained his Law degree from Romualdez Law College in Leyte. Daguio was editor and public relations officer in...
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  • Hey Its Your Birthday!
    According to some, Maria was a farmer who lived on the mountain. She planted rice and vegetables, and plucked all types of fruit from the trees. Creation story from Luzon: Time went on and the children became so numerous that the parents enjoyed no peace. One day, in desperation, the father seized a stick...
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  • A Literary Piece of Amador Daguio
    craft of writing from Tom Inglis Moore, an Australian professor at U.P., and was especially grateful to A.V.H. Hartendorp of Philippine Magazine. His stories and poems appeared in practically all the Manila papers. One of ten honor graduates at U.P. in 1932, he returned to teach at his boyhood school...
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  • The Odyssey
    The Odyssey, one of the most well known epic stories Introduces Odysseus, the King of Ithaca. This story demonstrates Odysseus’s physical and intellectual strength. Striving to return home after 20 years of his treacherous journey, he uses strength, skill, and superior ability to overcome his troubles...
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  • Danelle
    known for his widely anthologized short story "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife," the main story in the collection "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife and Other Short Stories" which won first prize in the Commonwealth Literary Contest in 1940. His stories "Midsummer" and "Heat" was published...
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