Summary: Dodong wanted to marry Teang and asked his father's permission. Thinking that since they are young, their love would be short, he allowed them to get married. After nine months, Teang gave birth to a child named Blas. For six consecutive years, a new child came along. Teang did not complain even thought she secretly regretted being married at an early age. Sometimes she even wondered if she would have the same life if Lucio, her other suitor who was nine years older than Dodong, was the one she married. Lucio has had no children since the time he married. When Teang and Dodong were twenty they looked like they were fifty.
When Blas was 18, he told his father that he would marry Tona. Dodong did not object, but tried to make Blas think twice before rushing to marriage - because Dodong doesn't want Blas to end up like him.
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The plot summary of Footnote to Youth is that two people married young and faced a hard life. They then had to watch their children experience the same thing and marry young only to let them know they too would experience a difficult life.
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Footnote To Youth by Jose Garcia Villa was published in 1933.
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The conflict of the story Footnote to Youth has to do with the couple marrying at such a young age. The struggle and have regrets about their decision.
A footnote is used to indicate a source. It is also used to emphasize something. It is entitled footnote to youth since the story emphasizes a message that youth nowadays must know---not to marry early.
A footnote is used to indicate the source of the text. It can also be used to emphasize something or emphasize a part of the text. The story is entitled "Footnote to Youth" since it also emphasizes something for the youth to realize---and that is not to marry early.
The Style of the Footnote of Youth Is that when dodong married taeng and realized that is it too late to apologize and say to his mother that i loved you
There is one main symbol in "Footnote to Youth." This symbol is the worm that crawls around. It is supposed to represent the character of Dodong,
Footnote to Youth symbolizes the struggles of a teen that finds himself caught in the hardships of teen marriage, and parenthood. Footnote to Youth was first published in 1933 and was written by Jose Garcia Villa.
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At the farm.