• Philippine Lit.2
    , Nemecio Carabana, and Mar Antonio. 2. Poets of Life (Makata ng Buhay). Led by Lope K Santos, Jose Corazon de Jesus, Florentino Collantes, Patricio Mariano, Carlos Garmaitan, and Amado V. Hernandez. 3. Poets of the Stage (Makata ng Tanghalan). Led by Aurelio Tolentino, Patricio Mariano, Severino Reyes...
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  • Jose Rizal
    pleading for its freedom Bayan Ko (My Country), 98, was Constantino de Guzman’s musical setting of the fervent nationalist sentiments of poet Jose Corazon de Jesus. Its protest against U.S. colonialism was to be picked up by latterday activists to express the Filipino people’s longing for freedom...
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  • Ang Kaisipanjg Pilipino Batay Sa Sini9Ng Biswal by Alice Guilermo
    poems were included in anthologies, such as Clodualdo del Mundo's Parolang Ginto and Alejandro Abadilla's Talaang Bughaw. In 1922, at the age of 19, Hernandez became a member of the literary society Aklatang Bayan which included noted Tagalog writers Lope K. Santos and Jose Corazon de Jesus. In...
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  • Phil .Literature
    an issue. The first balagtasan was held in March 1924 at the Instituto de Mujeres, with Jose Corazon de Jesus and Florentino Collantes as rivals, bubuyog (bee) and paru-paro (butterfly) aiming for the love of kampupot (jasmine). It was during this balagtasan that Jose Corazon de Jesus, known as...
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  • The Third Jail Prisoner
    respuestas adecuadas. Mi preparación para cumplir su voluntad no ha de ser en una ciudad ni en una aldea, sino en el desierto. A la mañana siguiente un muchacho que aún no tenía trece años, se despidió de Parnach y de Hannel, de José y de María, y de su primo segundo, que era alrededor de seis meses...
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  • Philippine Literature
    writers. Julian Cruz Balmaceda classified the three kinds of Tagalog writers: 1. Poets of the Heart (Mga Makata ng Puso) a. Lope K. Santos e. Jose Corazon de Jesus b. Inigo Ed. Regalado f. Cirilo H. Panganiban c. Carlos Gatmaitan g. Deogracias del Rosario d...
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  • Philippine History Timeline
     names the islands Las Islas Filipinas * 1565 - Miguel López de Legazpi establishes the first permanent Spanish settlement in the country * 1570 - Manila is conquered and made a Spanish city * 1590 - Missionaries from the Society of Jesus establish the Colegio de Manila in Intramuros...
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  • Litbook Report
    Filipinos led by José María Basa.[20] Before his departure, he organized Caja de Jesús, María y José intended to provide scholarship grants to poor but intelligent children and the Comité de Propaganda, which functioned to collect funds to support the propaganda work and constitute liaison between...
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  • Ang Pusa
    Orator of the Propaganda Movement. Panday Pira - First Filipino Cannon-maker. Mariano Ponce - Propagandist, Historian, Diplomat And Managing Editor of La Solidaridad. Gregoria de Jesus - Lakambini of Katipunan and Wife of Andres Bonifacio. General Vicente Lim - Brigadier General who was executed by...
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  • Hpai
    Enriquez, can claim a measure of success in tapping creative power from folk sources in their venture to join the third world magic-realist mainstream.        But the poets of oral-folk charisma, such as Jose Corazon de Jesus, are waiting in the wings for a comeback as astonishing as Lam-ang’s...
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  • Philippine Literature
    . Reyes, Eduardo Bautista Reyes, Rogelio L. Ordoñez and Rogelio R. Sikat; this short story anthology brought fiction into the age of modernism;                  o   Ako ang Daigdig (1940) – Alejandro G. Abadilla; free verse poem;                  o   Sa Dakong Silangan – Jose Corazon de Jesus; a poem written in the vernacular http://lourdesbraceros.weebly.com/a-brief-history-of-philippine-literature-in-english.html ...
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  • Literature and Culture
    creativity of the writers as well as their audience. * The period also saw the rise to literary prominence of the following creative writers: * Jose Corazon de Jesus, Benigno Ramos, Cecilio Apostol Poetry * Juan Abad and Aurelio Tolentino Allegorical Drama * Gabriel...
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  • assignment
    Father of the National Language,Lope K. Santos is called the Father of theNational Language Grammar. He was alsocalled the “Apo” of the Tagalog writers.BANAAG AT SIKAT was his masterpiece. JOSE CORAZON DE JESUSJose Corazon de Jesus is very popularly knownas Huseng Batute. He was also called the Poetof...
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  • Organizational Behavipr
    prestigious awards such as the Gawad Pambansang Alagad ni Balagtas, Asiaweek, Gawad CCP, Graphic, Focus, Yuhum (Iloilo), and Blue Knight Award from Ateneo de Davao for Outstanding Achievement in Literature. In 2002, he was one of Metrobank's Outstanding Teachers.[2][3] He is currently a...
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  • American Literary Periods
    , with Jose Corazon de Jesus and Florentino Collantes as rivals, bubuyog (bee) and paru-paro (butterfly) aiming for the love of kampupot (jasmine). It was during this balagtasan that Jose Corazon de Jesus, known as Huseng Batute, emerged triumphant to become the first king of the Balagtasan. Jose...
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  • Wala Lang
    certain issue. The first ever balagtasan was held in March 1924 at the Insituto de Mujeres, with Corazon de Jesus and Florentino Collantes as rivals. Jose Corazon de Jesus, known also as Huseng Batute, became the first ever king of the Balagtasan. Short stories in English of early Filipino...
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  • outline in research paper
    ) – Alejandro G. Abadilla; free verse poem; o Sa Dakong Silangan – Jose Corazon de Jesus; a poem written in the vernacular ~desbraceros 09.June.2011 (http://lourdesbraceros.weebly.com/a-brief-history-of-philippine-literature-in-english.html,09/22/13,3:36 PM)...
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    secular lyrics followed the conventions of a romantic tradition: the languishing but loyal lover, the elusive, often heartless beloved, the rival. The leading poets were Jose Corazon de Jesus (Huseng Sisiw) and Francisco Balagtas. Some secular poets who wrote in this same tradition were Leona...
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  • El Fili
    he had read Trinidad Pardo de Tavera’s 1884 work on the subject, Contribución para el Estudio de los Antiguos Alfabetos Filipinos. 22 But did young Jose know about baybayin writing in 1869? This is an aspect of the poem that requires a little more digging. A young revolutionary? Another...
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  • Philippine Religion
    . Cardinal Sin was instrumental in rallying support for the assumption to power of Corazon Aquino and Gloria Arroyo. Velarde supported Fidel Ramos,Joseph Estrada and Gloria Arroyo while Villanueva endorsed Fidel Ramos and Jose De Venecia. The papal nuncio agreed with the decision of the lower court[31] while the other respondents challenged the decision.[32][33]...
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