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The Philippine Literature Stories, Myths & Legends

history of philippine literature ppt

Aquino, the Wife of replaced Marcos by an Election on 1986. The Japanese Army also tried using cane sugar for fuel, and for oil, for , cotton for uniforms, and hemp for rope. Tensions regarding due to the 's claim gradually rose during the early years of his administration. Ancient literature was collected and translated to Tagalog and other dialects. We should also consider those writers who went against American domination in education. Flag of the United States, 1896—1908. Domingo Nieva, in Tagalog and Spanish.

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history of philippine literature ppt

The full length versions take about 3 nights of staging. In addition to establishing the satellite state of , Sultan also married Laila Mecana, the daughter of Sulu Sultan Amir Ul-Ombra to expand Brunei's influence in both Luzon and Mindanao. The American Colonial Period A new set of colonizers brought about new changes in Philippine literature. This is a poetic joust or a contest of skills in debate on a particular topic or issue. The established an independent Philippine Republic. Outside of Manila, the Spanish leader organized a militia of 10,000 of mostly from to resist British rule.

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Literature: Chapter 1

history of philippine literature ppt

She took care of her plants tenderly and patiently as the plants were her source of happiness and enjoyment. Prose narratives in prehistoric Philippines consisted largely or myths, hero tales, fables and legends. They then waged war against the Sultanate of Lanao and settled in the lands conquered from them. Thomas to English replace the soldiers who had been serving as the first teachers. It is also believed that rains are a result of a Diwata fairy throwing out water in the sky. Today, Philippine literature reflects national issues through political prose, and. Legazpi built a fort in Maynila and made overtures of friendship to , Lakan of Tondo, who accepted.

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Philippine Culture and History Books Downloads

history of philippine literature ppt

These are letters between two sisters Urbana at Felisa and have influenced greatly the behavior of people in society because the letters dealt with good behavior. University of the Philippines Press. Although polygamy was practiced, men were expected to do so only if they could support and love each of his wives equally. Brief account of the author of the text b. But contradictory to this, there is another myth that said the creation of the world was not the work of a supreme being but rather the outcome of a struggle between hostile forces. Archived from on 9 March 2016. This is a poetic vehicle of a socio-religious nature celebrated during the death of a person.

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The Philippine Literature Stories, Myths & Legends

history of philippine literature ppt

Reformers such as Taft believed landownership would turn unruly agrarians into loyal subjects. Furthermore, Islam was further strengthened by the arrival to the Philippines of traders and from Malaysia and Indonesia. The Philippine Islands and Their People. Barangay: Sixteenth Century Philippine Culture and Society. Elusive Pirates, Pervasive Smugglers: Violence and Clandestine Trade in the Greater China Seas.


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2 Intro to Philippine Literature 1St Sem

history of philippine literature ppt

These have been the source of myths and legends of Greece. This was followed by the 1887 census that yielded a count of 6,984,727, while that of 1898 yielded 7,832,719 inhabitants. But if Rizal's novels are political, the novel Ninay 1885 by Pedro Paterno is largely cultural and is considered the first Filipino novel. The following year, a revised act known as the was finally passed. On August 1, 1851 the was established to attend the needs of the rapid economic boom, that had greatly increased its pace since the 1800s as a result of a new economy based on a rational exploitation of the agricultural resources of the islands. We'll even convert your presentations and slide shows into the universal Flash format with all their original multimedia glory, including animation, 2D and 3D transition effects, embedded music or other audio, or even video embedded in slides.

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Literature: Chapter 1

history of philippine literature ppt

The rhyming practice is still the same as today in the three dialects mentioned. In may 1992, Fidel V. In fact, some Chinese—out of confidence—were known to simply leave their items on the beaches to be picked up by the Filipinos and traded inland. The Moros living in the south for instance, often wore armor that covered them head-to-toe. But among the religious poetry of the day, it is the pasyon in octosyllabic quintillas that became entrenched in the Filipino's commemoration of Christ's agony and resurrection at Calvary. These have measures of eight syllables octosyllabic and recited to a martial beat.


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PHILIPPINE LITERATURE (Famous Literary Works): INTRODUCTION:

history of philippine literature ppt

On 30 May, the had proclaimed Rodrigo Duterte, despite his absence, as president-elect and Leni Robredo as vice president-elect. Although the datus technically came from the upper classes, he could be removed from his position by the lower classes if they found him wanting of his duties. Archived from on July 7, 2014. Kalaw, Epifanio de los Reyes, Vicente Sotto, Trinidad Pardo de Tavera, Rafael Palma, Enrique Laygo Caretas or Masks, 1925 and Balmori who mastered the prosa romantica or romantic prose. One performs the role of Jesus Christ and another the role of the Virgin Mary.

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