What Are The Theme Of The Story Footnote To Youth Essays and Term Papers

  • Footnote

    It was a story of a boy who was only 17 when he decides to marry his love one.  He was dodong, and he love teang so much that he could not wait for the right age to settle down in a relationship that is hard to escape. It's the "marriage". At the age of 17 dodong and teang got married without thinking...

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  • Footnote to Youth

    SUMMARY PART 1 It was a story of a boy who was only 17 when he decides to marry his love one. He was dodong, and he love teang so much that he could not wait for the right age to settle down in a relationship that is hard to escape. It's the "marriage". At the age of 17 dodong and teang got married...

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  • Analysis Footnote to Youth

    Footnote to Youth By Jose Garcia Villa 1.Explain the title. In what way is it suitable to the story? Footnote to youth is the title of the story. It is said that it is a footnote to youth because it is abrief reminder for the Filipinos especially the youth of what a real life could be today. It also...

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  • Analysis of Footnote to Youth

    In Jose Garica Villa's Footnote to Youth, he tackles the responsibilities and realities that come with marriage and the family life. In it, he narrates the story of Dodong, wherein we are introduced to Dodong when he is seventeen and seeking to marry his love Teang. He is problematic over how he intends...

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  • LOVE ME

    1. Dodong - main character of the story who got married at the age of 17 2. Teang - regretted marrying at an early age 3. Lucio - Teang's other suitor who got married after she did and who's childless until now 4. Blas - Dodong and Teang's oldest son who followed their footsteps in the end. Blas...

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  • Analysis Paper

    Title: “FOOTNOTE TO YOUTH” (Jose Garcia Villa) Analysis Paper in Literature of the Philippines (Teacher) (Student) CHAPTER1: INTRODUCTION Jose Garcia...

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  • literature

    Reaction of the story footnote to youthMy reaction about the story it is really sad to know that what we want right away will lead us into misery and regrets. this story only shows how eager youth are in terms of what they want and when they want it. so true in the community. Yet, this very young and...

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  • Amfs

    Short Story Analysis In Philippine Literature Submitted by: Don M. Velasquez . Submitted to: Sir Miller Duron March 02, 2009 Anabella By Magdalena Julandoni 1. Explain the title. In what way is it suitable to the story? Anabella is the name of the main character of the story. It talks...

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  • Footnote to Youth

    Short story of how my brother leon brought home a wife? An Award Winning Publisher Looking for New Writers www.RaiderPublishing.com How my brother Leon brought home a wife is a short story by author Manuel E. Arguilla. Manuel E. Arguilla was well known for his short stories such as this story and many...

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  • Footnote to the Youth Questions

    FOOTNOTE TO YOUTH Jose Garcia Villa Jose Garcia Villa was born on August 5, 1908, in Manila's Singalong district,to Simeon Villa (a personal physician of Emilio Aguinaldo, the founding President of the First Philippine Republic) and...

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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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  • Filipino Youth

    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The youth, which by legal definition includes those who are 15 to 30 years old, comprises almost one-third of the country’s population (NYC, 1998). As such, the Filipino youth increasingly play an important and vital role in the development...

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  • Sosc

    problem for any community to face. In what may be described as an encampment, or shack town, there live some seventy negro families... The citizens of Africville live a life apart. On a sunny, summer day, the small children roam at will in a spacious area and swim in what amounts to their private lagoon...

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  • Poetry

    Each section has a title and very symbolic. • The Burial of the Dead • A Game of chess • The fire Sermon • Death by Water • What Thunder Said The Waste Land is a deserted land- the ruined life- the ruined man after war- chaos. The land which is a source of life turns to be...

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  • George Orwell 1984 Questions

    pages 3-6 and describe the setting/atmosphere in your own words The first few chapters of 1984 are devoted to introducing the major characters and themes of the novel. These chapters also acquaint the reader with the harsh and oppressive world in which, Winston Smith lives in. It is from Winston’s perspective...

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  • Dora

    Mitchell, 1974; Sayers, 1990). These debates have led feminist scholars to look at the famous case-studies in new ways. This has involved reinterpreting what went on in the Bauer household and in Dr Freud's cramped consulting-room. For some feminists, Dora has become a heroine, who disrupts the deceits of...

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  • Greek and Roman Art

    guilty of hubris. The Athenian dramatists often employed this theme in their tragedies, and Herodotus attributed the Persian defeat by the Greeks to Xerxes' overweening pride, for "Zeus tolerates pride in none but himself." ^16 [Footnote 16: Herodotus History of the Persian Wars 7.10.] The Greeks...

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  • How to Analyze Poetry

    chemistry, Amy Lowell's aristocratic background, John Berryman's alcoholism, or Hart Crane's homosexuality? -When was the poem written and in what country? Knowing something about the poet's life, times, and culture helps readers understand what's in a poem and why. -Does the poem appear in...

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  • how to

    in chemistry, Amy Lowell's aristocratic background, John Berryman's alcoholism, or Hart Crane's homosexuality? 
 When was the poem written and in what country? Knowing something about the poet's life, times, and culture helps readers understand what's in a poem and why. 
 Does the poem appear in...

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  • Local Color

    sense of fidelity and accuracy of description" (439). Its weaknesses may include nostalgia or sentimentality. Its customary form is the sketch or short story, although Hamlin Garland argued for the novel of local color. Regional literature incorporates the broader concept of sectional differences, although...

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