• 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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  • 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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  • 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 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Footnote to Youth
    Analysis for Footnote to Youth Many parents today are not in favor of early marriage, this is because they know that married life is difficult. It’s true that most of the teenagers today who got married are experiencing hardships in life. Footnote to youth is the title of the story. It is said that...
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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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  • ah wth
    Example Interviews Avoid Vague, Unfocused Thesis Statements Footnotes Paragraphs Quotations Avoid Wordiness Avoid Sweeping Assumptions Language Using Numbers Active Voice Subject-Verb Agreement 4. What is a Social Theory? What Is Not? 5. Assignments Submitting essays Plagiarism 6. References/Works...
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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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  • Philippine Literature
    Introduction [pic] It gives nostalgic feelings and enjoyment to re-examine the comedies, tragedies and inspiration of the beautiful Filipino poems, stories, essays and plays. Going over them is a very wonderful experience. It enables you to magnify your appreciation of literary selections and see the role...
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  • foot note to youth
    o teacher gave us this homework where we have to read the story called "footnote to youth" and make a reaction paper about it. "What is footnote to youth mean for you" so that's the question and here's my intake on that ... From what I've read the main topic is really about young love and marriage...
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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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  • The Chinese Cultural Revolution and the Role of the Youth
    investigation Within this investigation, I intend to investigate the role played by the Chinese youth during the Cultural Revolution in 1966-1969. I plan to analyze the importance and contributions committed by the youth of the time. In order to do this I will gather information, which I then will review, compare...
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  • Exam 1
    sender has an idea 2) sender encodes the idea in a message 3) sender produces the message in a medium 4) sender transmits message through a channel 5) audience receives the message 6) audience decodes the message 7) audience responds to the message 8) audience provides feedback to the sender --...
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  • A Comparative Study on Two Translations of a Mad Man’s Diary
    Diary(《狂人日記》) As a heavy-weight in literature, Lu Xun’s works have been widely translated ever since 1926, when George Kin Leung first translated The Real Story of Ah Q into English. More notably, even for the same texts, several English translations have been made by different translators, among which prominent...
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  • Student System
    BROTHER LEON BROUGHT HOME A WIFE By: Manuel E. Arguilla Analysis: This story is written by Manuel E. Arguilla. There were many characters involved in this story, one of them is Baldo. Baldo was the one who narrated the story. He was the younger brother of Leon.  He was an obedient, innocent and naive young...
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  • lt3 feedback
    introduction which sums up your topic headings. Each section of your essay will explore one topic heading and compare how H,W & M approach it and what their message is. Within a ‘topic section’ (eg the writers all explore conflicting ideas about faith....), link back to your topic key words to give your...
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  • Homer and His Age
    guilty. The critics repose, I venture to think, mainly on a fallacy. We may style it the fallacy of "the analytical reader." The poet is expected to satisfy a minutely critical reader, a personage whom he could not foresee, and whom he did not address. Nor are "contradictory instances" examined--that...
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  • Lord Byron
    East flirts self-consciously with an archaic genre, the Romance, or, as Byron subtitled his poem, 'Romaunt'. It hardly mattered to his admiring readers that Harold made an unconvincing young pilgrim-knight in an under-plotted script. They were in on the autobiographical secret, and Harold attained...
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