• Philippine Lit.2
    bravery of heroes, customs and ideologies of a community. Below are examples of ethno-epics popularized by different ethnic groups in the country: Biag ni Lam-ang (Life of Lam-ang) of the Ilocanos narrates the adventures of the prodigious epic hero, Lam-ang who exhibits extraordinary powers at an early...
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  • Rizal's peotry
    Original Version by José Rizal Adiós, Patria adorada, región del sol querida, Perla del Mar de Oriente, nuestro perdido edén, A darte voy, alegre, la triste, mustia vida; Y fuera más brillante, más fresca, más florida, También por ti la diera, la diera por tí bien. En campos de batalla, luchando...
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  • Philippine Literature
    Historical Background It is an accepted belief that the Spanish colonization of the Philippines started in 1565 during the time of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, the first Spanish governor-general in the Philippines. Literature started to flourish during his time. This spurt continued unabated until the...
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  • Brick by Brick
    literary periods II. LITERATURE IN SPANISH CECILIO APOSTOL, FERNANDO MA. GUERERO, CLARO M. RECTO, MANUEL BERNABE, JESUS BALMORI III. LITERATURE IN ENGLISH A. POETRY- JOSE GARCIA VILLA, “I CAN NO MORE HEAR LOVE’S”, “I, IT, WAS, THAT, SAW” LUIS DATO, “THE SPOUSE”, CARLOS ANGELES, “LANDSCAPE...
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  • acts and ommisions
    of the main character, Caring. 4. Explain the image/s of the woman in the poems. a. Dyugdyugan (p. 205-206) b. Liham ni Pinay Mula sa Brunei (p. 297-299) c. Liham ng Pagbabago ni Itay para kay Pinay (p.303) 5. When you see a mother, you see God (p. 412-414) How great is your mother to you that you...
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  • Philippine History Timeline
    López de Villalobos 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...
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  • Litbook Report
    Father * The Cry and the Dedication * My Father's Tragedy ------------------------------------------------- Jose Garcia Villa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jose Garcia Villa (August 5, 1908 – February 7, 1997) was a Filipino poet, literary critic, short story writer, and painter...
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  • Jose Rizal
      TILAMSIK NG LIWANAG ni Esperanza Gatbonton National Commission for Culture and the Arts  TILAMSIK NG LIWANAG © 00 National Commission for Culture and the Arts First Edition, 00 First Printing, 006 Published by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Text: Esperanza...
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  • outline in research paper
    oppressed, and had caused them to rise up to a nationalistic cause; - The essay genre was recognized amidst the scene of editorial protest – Jose Rizal and Plaridel (Marcelo H. Del Pilar) were among those who opt in using the pen in voicing out the people’s cry instead of the sword; - ...
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  • Ang Pusa
    1, 1944 SERGIO OSMENA, SR. y SUICO Second President of the Philippine Commonwealth  August 1, 1944 - May 8,1946 Second Philippine Republic JOSE PACIANO LAUREL y GARCIA President of the Second Republic of the Philippines  October 14, 1943-August 15, 1945 Third Philippine Republic MANUEL...
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  • Hpai
    root baybáy meaning, “spell.” This name for the old Filipino script appeared in one of the earliest Philippine language dictionaries ever published, the Vocabulario de Lengua Tagala of 1613. Early Spanish accounts usually called the baybayin “Tagalog letters” or “Tagalog writing.” And, as mentioned earlier, the Visayans...
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  • Organizational Behavipr
    national hero Andres Bonifacio; The Tragedy of the Revolution and The Trial.[4] In 1962, Cristobal was contracted to write the screenplay of Gerardo de Leon's film adaptation of El Filibusterismo, for which he won a FAMAS award for Best Screenplay.[2] Cristobal was among the intellectuals enticed...
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  • Philippine Literature
    oppressed, and had caused them to rise up to a nationalistic cause; -          The essay genre was recognized amidst the scene of editorial protest – Jose Rizal and Plaridel (Marcelo H. Del Pilar) were among those who opt in using the pen in voicing out the people’s cry instead of the sword; -         ...
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  • The Third Jail Prisoner
    Prisionero De la Tercera Celda GENE EDWARDS LIBROS DE GENE EDWARDS (Pídalos en su librería favorita) Perfil de tres monarcas Querida Liliana El divino romance Viaje hacia adentro Cartas a un cristiano desolado El prisionero de la tercera celda DE CONSUELO Y SANIDAD Las Crónicas de la...
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    were used to teach Filipinos the Spanish language. Fernando Bagonbanta's "Salamat nang walang hanga/gracias de sin sempiternas" (Unending thanks) is a fine example that is found in the Memorial de la vida cristiana en lengua tagala (Guidelines for the Christian life in the Tagalog language) published in...
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  • Wala Lang
    techniques. Among the writers who came into their own during this time were: Nick Joaquin, NVM Gonzalez, Francisco Arcellana, Carlos Bulosan, F. Sionil Jose, Ricaredo Demetillo, Kerima Polotan Tuvera, Carlos Angeles, Edilberto K. Tiempo, Amador Daguio, Estrella Alfon, Alejandrino Hufana, Gregorio Brillantes...
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  • trivia about PH and Timeline
    1543 - Ruy López de Villalobos 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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  • American Literary Periods
    they were to teach or work in government offices after they finished their studies. Some examples of these successful Filipino scholars were Judge José Abad Santos,Francisco Benitez, Dr. Honoria Sison and Francisco Delgado. Many elementary and secondary schools from the Spanish era were recycled and...
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  • Philippine Religion
    culture, which was acquired from priests or friars (prayle in Filipino). This is shown in traditions such as Misa de Gallo, Black Nazarene procession, Santo Niño Festivals (Santo Niño de Cebu, Ati-Atihan and others) and Aguinaldo procession, where large crowds gather, honouring their patron saint or...
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  • History
    (also shortened to LCI) is the earliest known written document found in the Philippines. The plate was found in 1989 by Alfredo E. Evangelista in Laguna de Bay, in the metroplex of Manila, Philippines, the LCI has inscribed on it a date of Saka era 822, corresponding to April 21,900 AD. | | 03/17/1001...
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