Philippines Literature

Philippine literature showcases the rich culture of the Filipinos, from the legends of the country’s prehistory to the liberalism of the present. Several notable literary pieces were written in Spanish, like Jose Rizal’s “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo.”

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Philippines Literature

What are the characteristics of Philippine essays?

The characteristics of Philippine essays are:





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What is the civil guard in the Noli Mi Tangere?

The City of Naga (Bikol: Ciudad nin Naga; Filipino: Lungsod ng Naga) is a first class city of the Philippines. Located in the Bicol region, it is one of the most progressive city in the Philippines and the most progressive city in the Bicol region, a peninsula on the south-easternmost tip of the island of Luzon, it is 377 kilometres south-east of Manila, the nation's capital, and about 380 kilometres north-east of Cebu City.

Naga is the most densely-populated city in the region, and is locally known as the "Heart of Bicol". It is the commercial, financial, educational, religious and cultural center of the Bicol region. Residents of the City are called Nagueños.

Naga City is at the core of Metro Naga, an unofficial designation given the city and 14 municipalities in the area administered by the Metro Naga Development Council. MNDC covers the entire 2nd district of the province of Camarines Sur, and part of its 1st, 3rd and 4th districts.

The history of the Philippines is believed to have begun with the arrival of the first humans via land bridges at least 30,000 years ago.[1] The first recorded visit from the West is the arrival of Ferdinand Magellan, who sighted Samar on March 16, 1521 and landed on on Homonhon Island southeast of Samar the next day.

Prior to Magellan's arrival, there were Negrito tribes who roamed the isles but they were later supplanted by Austronesians. These groups then stratified into: hunter-gatherer tribes, warrior-societies, petty plutocracies and maritime oriented harbor principalities which eventually grew into kingdoms, rajahnates, principalities, confederations and sultanates. States such as the Indianized Rajahnate of Butuan and Cebu, the dynasty of Tondo, the august kingdoms of Maysapan and Maynila, the Confederation of Madyaas, the sinified Country of Mai, as well as the Muslim Sultanates of Sulu and Maguindanao. These small states flourished from as early as the 10th century AD, Despite these kingdoms attaining complex political and social orders, as well as enjoying trade with areas now called China, India, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia, none encompassed the whole archipelago which was to become the unified Philippines of the twentieth century. The remainder of the settlements were independent Barangays allied with one of the larger nations.

Spanish colonization and settlement began with the arrival of Miguel López de Legazpi's expedition in 1565 who established the first permanent settlement of San Miguel on the island of Cebu.[4] The expedition continued northward reaching the bay of Manila on the island of Luzon in 1571,[5] where they established a new town and thus began an era of Spanish colonization that lasted for more than three centuries.[6]

Spanish rule achieved the political unification of almost the whole archipelago, that previously had been composed by independent kingdoms and communities, pushing back south the advancing Islamic forces and creating the first draft of the nation that was to be known as the Philippines. Spain also introduced Christianity, the code of law, the oldest Universities and the first public education system in Asia, the western European version of printing, the Gregorian calendar and invested heavily on all kinds of modern infrastructures, such as train networks and modern bridges.

The Spanish East Indies were ruled as a territory of the Vice royalty of New Spain and administered from Mexico City, Mexico from 1565 to 1821, and administered directly from Madrid, Spain from 1821 until the end of the Spanish-American War in 1898, except for the brief British occupation of the Philippines from 1762 to 1764. During the Spanish period, numerous towns were founded, infrastructures built, new crops and livestock introduced. The Chinese, British, Portuguese, Dutch, Japanese, and indigenous traders, complained that the Spanish reduced trade by attempting to enforce a Spanish monopoly. Spanish missionaries attempted to convert the population to Christianity and were eventually generally successful in the northern and central lowlands. They founded schools, a university, and some hospitals, principally in Manila and the largest Spanish fort settlements. Universal education was made free for all Filipino subjects in 1863 and remained so until the end of the Spanish colonial era. This measure was at the vanguard of contemporary Asian countries, and led to an important class of educated natives, like Jose Rizal. Ironically, it was during the initial years of American occupation in the early 20th century, that Spanish literature and press flourished.

The Philippine Revolution against Spain began in April 1896, but it was largely unsuccessful until it received support from the United States, culminating two years later with a proclamation of independence and the establishment of the First Philippine Republic. However, the Treaty of Paris, at the end of the Spanish-American War, transferred control of the Philippines to the United States. This agreement was not recognized by the Philippine Government which, on June 2, 1899, proclaimed a Declaration of War against the United States.[7] The Philippine-American War which ensued resulted in massive casualties.[8] Philippine president Emilio Aguinaldo was captured in 1901 and the U.S. government declared the conflict officially over in 1902. The Filipino leaders, for the most part, accepted that the Americans had won, but hostilities continued and only began to decline in 1913, leaving a total number of casualties on the Filipino side of more than one million dead, many of them civilians.[9][10]

The U.S. had established a military government in the Philippines on August 14, 1898, following the capture of Manila.[11] Civil government was inaugurated on July 1, 1901.[12] An elected Philippine Assembly was convened in 1907 as the lower house of a bicameral legislature.[13] Commonwealth status was granted in 1935, preparatory to a planned full independence from the United States in 1946.[14] Preparation for a fully sovereign state was interrupted by the Japanese occupation of the islands during World War II.[5][15] After the end of the war, the Treaty of Manila established the Philippine Republic as an independent nation.[16]

With a promising economy in the 1950s and 1960s, the Philippines in the late 1960s and early 1970s saw a rise of student activism and civil unrest against President Ferdinand Marcos who declared martial law in 1972.[5][not in citation given] The peaceful and bloodless People Power Revolution of 1986, however, brought about the ousting of Marcos and a return to democracy for the country. The period since then, however, has been marked by political instability and hampered economic productivity.

Philippines Literature
Mga tanong sa Tagalog

Uri ng panlapi?

Uri ng Panlapi

1. Unlapi (panlaping makikita sa uanahan ng salita)

Halimbawa: NAGsaing (ang panlaping NAG ang panlapi sa salitang ito)

2. Gitlapi (panlaping makikita sa gitna ng salita)

Halimbawa: sUMayaw (mula sa salitang ugat na sayaw ay inilagay sa gitna ang panlaping UM)

3. Hulapi (Panlaping makikita sa dulo ng salita)

Halimbawa: sayawAN (mula sa salitang ugat na sayaw ay makikita ang panlaping AN sa dulo ng salita)

Philippines Entertainment and Arts
United Kingdom
Philippines Literature

Maikling dula dulaan?

Jose Rizal
Philippines Literature

Buod ng kabanata 9 ng el filibusterismo?

lumaki ang etits ni basilio.. tinira si juli..

Short Stories
English Language
Philippines Literature

Short storyof seven hills away by nvm gonzales?


History of the Philippines
Jose Rizal
Philippines Literature

Where did rizal started to wrote noli you tangere?



Jose Rizal
Philippines Literature

Can i see Chapter 50 nang noli mi tangere?

elias and salome

Filipino Language and Culture
Philippines Literature

What are some examples of Philippine anecdotes?

Philippines Literature

What was the reaction of the Spaniards to the novel noli me tangere?

they were never aware of it.

Literature and Language
Philippines Literature

Why do you study Philippine narratives?

I study the Philippine narrative stories because it is important for us to be proud of our own narrative stories that are written and made by Filipinos..and it describes the culture, manners, and much more about Filipino people and culture.

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Philippines Literature

Why do you need to study the Philippine narratives?

So that we could learn the interesting accounts of Filipino's ideas, feelings and values pertinent to the development of Filipino's culture and society.

The one reason i think is we need to study it because we use in our daily lives without narrative.

Because you need it in your daily life for narration for each people

Here are some reasons you study any literature:

  • studying anything makes you smarter!
  • you need to study the history and literature of your culture so you'll remember where your people came from and who they are in comparison to the rest of the world
  • you need to learn how good authors communicate and share ideas with their readers

Also see the link below for more information

History of the Philippines
Jose Rizal
Philippines Literature

What attitude does it communicate in the poem your last farewell?

because I love my poem.

Idioms, Cliches, and Slang
Filipino Language and Culture
Philippines Literature

Who is Lam Truong?

Lam Truong

Born on October 14, 1974 in Ho Chi Minh City, Lam Truong, whose real name is Tieu Lam Truong, is Vietnamese of Chinese decent and fluent in Vietnamese, Chinese, and English. Lam Truong developed the passion for music since a very young age. With the encouragement from the eldest brother, Lam Truong actively participated in music activities in school, which later lead him to enroll and graduate from the Conversatorium of Music in Ho Chi Minh City. Even though against his father's wish, Lam Truong secretly continued to pursue his career in music by going to school during the day and singing at local concerts at night. In October 1995, Lam Truong won 2nd place in a competition (very much like "American Idol"), and was noticed by major record companies. With his good looks, tender voice and amiable personality, he quickly captured the hearts of music lovers, especially the young crowd. During the mid and late 1990's, Vietnam developed a trend for Chinese music and movies. Lam Truong's first Chinese music album entitled "Baby, I love you" was released in 1997. His success covering Chinese songs triggered his major hit "Tinh thoi xot xa", a popular song with Vietnamese lyrics by Bao Chan. Lam Truong's first Vietnamese music album, also entitled "Tinh thoi xot xa", was released in 1998. With this smash hit, he landed on top of the chart of Lan Song Xanh (The Green Wave) Annual Music Award. And ever since, he is voted 9 years consecutively to be one of the top ten singers in Vietnam by Lan Song Xanh (the 10th Annual Lan Song Xanh Award is not presented until December 2007). Besides solo albums, Lam Truong also recorded countless various albums with other artists. 1999, Lam Truong, together with his brother Tieu Loc and partnered with Viet Tan Studio, decided to become a producer. Producing his own albums, Lam Truong gained the freedom in music selection and was able to allow his creativity in each album. Lam Truong took another turn in his career, aiming for professionalism by developing new performing and music style, becoming one of the first Vietnamese artists to have a manager/agent, one of the first to produce one's albums, etc. (Note: Vietnamese music industry was not professionally developed. Most artists represent themselves.) 2000, Lam Truong's first major solo concert, "Loi trai Tim muon noi" ("Voice from the heart") was a tremendous success. Along with the success from his albums, Lam Truong's name continued to climb all the music charts in the country. His appearance was a must in all of the major shows from North to South, and his image was the face of companies such as Head and Shoulder, Epson, Hitachi, Pepsi, Samsung, Oishi (Korea), Viso (Thailand), etc. 2001, Lam Truong composed his first song, "Co mot ngay" ("One fine day"), and took yet another turn to become one of the few Vietnamese singers at the time to compose music. 2002, Lam Truong's second major solo concert, "Cho ban - cho toi" ("For you - for me", written by Lam Truong), took place. The overwhelming success of this concert even topped the first one, helping Lam Truong to reach farther in his career. He is amongst the top candidates to represent Vietnam at many music festivals in Asia. 2003, invited by NHK Japan, Lam Truong represented Vietnam at J-ASEAN POPs Music Festival in Yokohama. 2004, Lam Truong participated in Pattaya Music Festival in Thailand. 2005, Lam Truong made his debut appearance as an actor in a major motion picture, "Nu tuong cuop" ("La Femme Fetal"). 2006, the Pattaya Music Festival gained Lam Truong more popularity with overseas audiences. Lam Truong became the first Vietnamese artist to collaborate with GMM Thailand. Together, they produced a Thai music album, "Anh nho em" ("I miss you"). 2007, Lam Truong began the new year with a major live show tour, "Chuyen hom qua" ("Yesterday's Story", Lam Truong's newest song), in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Singapore to commemorate the 10th year of his professional career. He is the first Vietnamese artist to have a solo concert for Vietnamese and Singaporean audiences at the Esplanade Theatre, Singapore. Lam Truong is today a well-known name as one of the most talented pop singer in Vietnam. His live performances in art cafes and theatres in his home country consistently draw huge audiences with venues jam-packed with fans. His latest album, "Chuyen hom qua"("Yesterday's Story"), has also enjoyed wide acclaim, and Truong's popularity expanded beyond Vietnam. Recently, he has performed extensively in Europe, the United States and other regions around the world, gaining a strong fan base in Asean countries. Since 1995, Lam Truong has enjoyed hit after smash hit, receiving radio channel awards and numerous other accolades. Discography: (All produced by Lam Truong, except "Treasure the world")

  • Vol 01: "Mai Mai" (Forever), 1999
  • Vol 02: "Chut tinh tho ngay" ("Puppy love"), 2000
  • Vol 03: "Bien Trang" (White Sand Beach), 2000
  • Vol 04: "Co mot ngay" (One Fine Day), 2001
  • CD Single "Cho ban - cho toi" (For you - for me), 2002
  • VCD Live Show "Cho ban - cho toi", 2002
  • Vol 05: "Dem lanh" (Winter night), 2003
  • Vol 06: "Du ta khong con yeu" ("Although we're no longer in love"), 2003
  • CD Single "Treasure the world" (For J-Asean Pop), 2003
  • DVD Karaoke Lam Truong, 2004
  • Vol 07: "Doi Chan thien than" (Angel's Wings), 2004
  • DVD Music Video "Katy", 2005
  • Vol 08: "Khi em ra di" (When You Leave...), 2005
  • Vol 09: "Anh nho em" ("I Miss You"), 2006
  • Vol 10: "Doi Giay Vai" (Fabric Shoes), 2006
  • Vol 11: "Chuyen hom qua" ("Yesterday's Story), 2007


Lam Trường, tên thật là Tiêu Lam Trường, sinh ngày 14/10/1974 trong một gia đình nguyên quán Triều Châu (Trung Quốc). Sau những năm thiếu vắng loại hình nam ca sĩ trẻ trung và đầy nam tính ở TPHCM, Lam Trường xuất hiện với một diện mạo đẹp, một giọng hát khoẻ khoắn và một cá tính dễ mến, anh đã nhanh chóng chiếm được cảm tình của công chúng, đặc biệt là giới trẻ.

Lam Trường yêu thích ca hát từ nhỏ. Được anh trai Lam Thông, một sinh viên thanh nhạc Nhạc viện TPHCM khuyến khích, Lam Trường tích cực tham gia các hoạt động văn nghệ ở trường phổ thông và sau khi tốt nghiệp cấp III, anh thi vào trường Cao đẳng Văn hoá Nghệ thuật TPHCM. Vừa học với thầy Hoàng Tín ở trường, anh vừa đi hát ở các nhà hàng quận 5, chuyên hát lại các ca khúc của Tứ Đại Thiên Vương (Hồng Kông). Sau đó, anh tham gia phong trào văn nghệ của lực lượng Thanh niên xung phong do nhạc sĩ Nguyễn Đức Trung phụ trách. Tháng 10/1995, Lam Trường đạt giải nhì cuộc thi "Thập đại tinh tú", một cuộc thi hát của cộng đồng người Hoa tại TPHCM. Từ thành công này, Lam Trường được mời hát ở nhiều nhà hàng lớn như Queen Bee, Volvo, Rex, Phương Đông và được Trung tâm Kim Lợi mời cộng tác. Lam Trường bắt đầu được các trung tâm băng đĩa biết đến và mời ghi âm, biểu diễn sau khi góp mặt trong băng video "Tình đã bay xa" của Trung tâm Kim Lợi với hai ca khúc "Tiếng sáo phiêu bồng" và "Vòng tay người yêu". Năm 1997, ngoài album riêng đầu tay "Baby I love you", Lam Trường còn gây ấn tượng ở nhiều ca khúc quốc tế khác. Nhưng phải đến khi Lam Trường thể hiện ca khúc "Tình thôi xót xa" của nhạc sĩ Bảo Chấn, anh mới thực sự khẳng định được vị trí của mình trong làng nhạc trẻ Việt Nam. Cũng trong năm 1997, sự ra đời của chương trình bình chọn những bài hát được yêu thích nhất trên sóng phát thanh Đài Tiếng nói Nhân dân TPHCM - Làn Sóng Xanh, đã góp phần không nhỏ tạo dựng tên tuổi Lam Trường và đưa anh đến với rộng rãi công chúng qua các ca khúc: "Tình thôi xót xa" (Bảo Chấn), "Mưa phi trường" (Việt Anh), "Gót hồng" (Bảo Phúc), .v.v. Năm 1998, Lam Trường ra mắt album nhạc Việt đầu tiên, Tình thôi xót xa, được khán giả trẻ đón nhận nồng nhiệt và được mời biểu diễn tại Hà Nội lần đầu tiên, trong chương trình Gala 98. Sau một số album riêng gồm tuyển nhạc Hoa hoặc nhạc Việt và rất nhiều album ghi âm lẻ do các hãng băng đĩa thực hiện, từ năm 1999, Lam Trường cùng với anh trai Tiêu Lộc đã trực tiếp biên tập và sản xuất album riêng với sự hỗ trợ của Viết Tân Studio. Kỹ lưỡng về âm thanh, phong phú, hấp dẫn về hình thức và nhanh nhạy trong việc nắm bắt thị hiếu khán thính giả là những ưu điểm nổi bật của các sản phẩm mang nhãn hiệu Lam Trường - Viết Tân Production. Năm 2000, với thành công của live show đầu tiên Lời trái Tim muốn nói và album Chút tình thơ ngây, Lam Trường bước sang một giai đoạn mới trong sự nghiệp ca hát của mình, chuyên nghiệp hơn về mọi mặt: giọng hát, phong cách biểu diễn, sản xuất băng đĩa. Lam Trường tiếp tục là ca sĩ được yêu thích trong bảng bình chọn của nhiều báo, đài và thường xuyên xuất hiện trong những chương trình ca nhạc lớn như "Duyên dáng Việt Nam, Gala, Một thoáng Sài Gòn, Nhịp cầu âm nhạc (HTV), Quà tặng âm nhạc (VTV3)"... và là gương mặt không thể thiếu trong hầu hết những chương trình Ca nhạc - Thời trang quy mô. Năm 2002, Lam Trường thực hiện live show thứ hai "Cho bạn cho tôi" và phát hành album single cùng tên "Cho bạn cho tôi" cũng chính là một sáng tác mới của anh sau sáng tác đầu tay "Có một ngày" phát hành năm 2001. Tháng 9/2002, Lam Trường sang Nhật biểu diễn theo lời mời của Đài Truyền hình NHK ngay sau khi nhận giải thưởng Làn Sóng Xanh của Đài Tiếng nói Nhân dân TPHCM. Đây là lần thứ 5 Lam Trường nhận giải thưởng này và khẳng định vị trí người dẫn đầu trong danh sách 10 ca sĩ được yêu thích nhất suốt 5 năm qua. Năm 2003, ra tiếp album "Đêm lạnh", "Dù ta không còn yêu".. Ngày 10/01/2004, sau nhiều lời đồn đoán của các fan, Lam Trường đã chính thức kết hôn với cô gái Việt Kiều - Ngô Ý An (sinh năm 1978). Hôn lế đã diễn ra vui vẻ trong niềm hạnh phúc của 2 người và sự ủng hộ của đông đảo bạn bè & fans. Tuy nhiên, nó chắc chắn không khỏi gây thất vọng đối với không ít fan nữ của anh. Thậm chí, theo một số nguồn tin không chính thức, có 8 em học sinh định tự tử tập thể nhưng không thành. Website chính thức:

Một thời gian d�i li�n tục anh c� mặt trong Topten L�n S�ng Xanh của Đ�i Tiếng n�i nh�n d�n Th�nh phố Hồ Ch� Minh.

C�c Album
  • Vol 1: M�i M�i

Ng�y pH�t h�nh : 28/6/1999.

  • Vol 2: Ch�t t�nh thơ ng�y

Ng�y pH�t h�nh : 4/4/2000

  • Vol 3: C� một ng�y

Ng�y pH�t h�nh : 24/11/2001

  • Vol 4: Đ�m lạnh

Ng�y pH�t h�nh : 19/1/2003

  • Vol 5: D� ta kh�ng c�n y�u

Ng�y pH�t h�nh : 16/9/2003

  • Vol 6: Đ�i ch�n thi�n thần

Ng�y pH�t h�nh :21/7/2004.

  • Vol 7: Khi em ra đi

Ng�y pH�t h�nh :

  • Vol 8: Anh nhớ em

Ng�y pH�t h�nh :

  • Vol 9: Đ�i gi�y vải

Ng�y pH�t h�nh :

  • Cho Bạn - Cho T�i

Ng�y pH�t h�nh: 02/07/2002

  • Treasure The World - Thế Giới Tươi Đẹp

Ng�y pH�t h�nh : 16/9/2003

C�c ca kh�c
  • Vol 1 :. Em Đ�u Rồi

. M�i M�i (Nhạc H�n Quốc) . C� Em Từ Đ�y . Tuyết Sơn Phi Hồ . Giọt Lệ Chia Ly . Giấc Mơ Thi�n Đường (Nhạc H�n Quốc) . Ng�y Em Đến. . Chia Tay Trong Mưa . Mưa Nhớ . Cảm x�c (Nhạc H�n Quốc) . Ch�n Rượu T�nh . Vầng Trăng Khuyết

  • Vol 2 :. C� Một Ng�y (Nhạc v� lời: Lam Trường)

. Cho Anh Ngủ Trong Tr�i Tim Em (Nhạc v� lời: Bảo Chấn) . Sắc Xanh M�a H� (Nhạc: Trung Ki�n. Lời: L� Kim) . �nh S�ng Của Đời T�i (Nhạc v� lời: Minh Ch�u) . Hi! (Nhạc v� lời: Xu�n Hiếu) . Dấu Vết Ng�y Ta Y�u (Nhạc v� lời: Việt Anh. H�a �m: Ho�i Sa) . Mưa (Nhạc v� lời: Tuấn Nghĩa) . Chốn Thần Ti�n (Nhạc v� lời: Minh Ch�u) . G�c Phố R�u Xanh (Nhạc v� lời: Nhật Trung) . H� Muộn (Nhạc v� lời: Bằng Kiều. H�a �m: Ho�i Sa) . Mưa T�nh (Nhạc v� lời: Minh Nhi�n) . Dấu Ch�n L�ng Tữ (Nhạc v� lời: Minh Ch�u. H�a �m: Đức Tr�) . Ch�o Em (Nhạc v� lời: Nguyễn Phương Uy�n) . Thi�n Thần Sa Mạc (Nhạc v� lời: Minh Khang)

  • Vol4 : . Kiếp Lữ H�nh (Minh Ch�u)

. Đ�m Lạnh T�nh Si (Nhạc H�n, LV: Minh Ch�u) . Tự Kh�c M�a Đ�ng (Tường Văn) . T�nh L� Nhớ (Nhạc Hoa, LV: Ng. Đức Trung) . Nhớ Mưa S�i G�n (Vĩnh T�m) . Cung Đ�n Buồn (Nhạc H�n, LV: Minh Ch�u) . Mi Ngoan G�t Ng� (Vũ Quốc Việt) . Tiếc Thương (Nhạc Nhật - LV: Minh Ch�u) . Kh�c Ban Mai (Nhạc: Trung Ki�n, Lời: L� Kim) . Xin Đừng Rời Xa (Baby, Don't Go!) (Nhạc Hoa, LV: Nguy�n Th�ng) . Ước Mơ Thầm K�n (Nhạc Hoa, LV: Chu Minh K�) . Giờ L� Giấc Mơ (Minh Nhi�n) . �nh Mắt Của Cha (Minh Ch�u)

  • Vol 5 :.Quando / Khi N�o (Nhạc T�y Ban Nha, Lời Việt: Lam Trường)

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Engineering school offered lowest tuition fee in the Philippines?

its either pup,up or ust for private

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Can you give an epic of Mindanao?

asa pa ako

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Deped als passers in batangas city?


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Why do you need to study Philippine literature?

Philippine literature has a strong prehistory and consists of work from many subcultures of the land. As a result, people can develop historical knowledge and gain new ideas from studying literature from the Philippines. A people's literature is a reflection of their culture.The Philippines has a rich literary tradition that dates back from pre-colonial times. It covers a variety of languages, forms and expressions.

In summary, Philippine should be studied for the following reasons:

  • To learn about Philippine history and traditions.
  • We need to study Philippine Literature so that we can better appreciate our literary heritage.
  • Like other races of the world we need to understand that we have a great and noble tradition.
  • As a Filipino who truly love abd take pride in our culture, we have manifest our deep concern for our own Literature.
Philippines Literature

Why is it necessary to study Philippine literature?

The Philippines has a rich literary tradition that dates back from pre-colonial times. It covers a variety of languages, forms and expressions. To learn about Philippine history and tradition. A people's literature is a reflection of their culture.

Yes, of course because literature is a part of Philippine history and thus literature is the expression of the late literary people who became the frontrunner of the propagandists, like Jose Rizal who in his novel opened the long blinded eyes of the filiupinoes aned throiugh it arrive a graet revolution that save us from Spanish tyrany.

To learn about Philippine history and tradition. A people's literature is a reflection of their culture.

To have sex with each other.

To learn about Philippine history and tradition. A people's literature is a reflection of their culture.

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What is the settings of florante at Laura?

of course in the WOODS besides it's where they live. next is the CASTLE im not sure.

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Buod ng lupain ng taglamig na isinalin ni rogelio sikat?

noon lipas na ang panahon ng panganib dahil sa pagguho ng yelo dumating na ang panahon ng pag akyat ng bundok sa kaluntian na tagsibol.

si shimamura nabubuhay sa kawalan ng magawa ay nakatuklas na kung minsan nawawala ang katapatan nya sa sarili at malimit siyang nagpupunta ng bundok mag isa upang mabawirito ang kung anong bahagi nito .bumaba sya sa nayon ng mainit na bukal pagkaraan ng 7 araw sa hangganan sa isang katulong sa otel nagpatawag sya ng isang geisha.. ngunit okupado lahat ang lahat ng geisha dahil may selebretion roon..nabanggit ng katulong ang babaeng nakatira sa bahay ng titser sa musika na tumutulong kapag may pagtitipong nagaganap .nagusisa pa si shimamura nagkwento ang katulong tungkol sa babaeng nakatira sa bahay ng titser sa samesen at sayaw ..may kasama syang babae ngunit hindi geisha tumutulong lang ito sa pagtitipon.. pagkaraan ng isang oras dumatinng ang babaeng nakatira sa titser ng musika kasama ng katulong.tumayo si shimamura paalis na ang katulong ngunit tinawag ito ng babae . nagbigay ang babae ng impresyon ng kasariwaan at kalinisan.isat kalahating oras ng simulan nilang pagusapn ang kabukinapancn niyang mas maraming alam ang babae kesa sa kanya sa kabuki.. nagkwento ang babae na parang wala ng bukas at sabik sya sa isang tagapakinig, inisip ni shimamura na ito ay isang baguhan.. natagpuan nya ang sarili nya sa babaeng iyon. humanga si shimamura sa babaeng iyon na higit pa sa pkikipagkaibigan.. hiniling ni shimamura sa babae na ikuha ito ng isang geisha , inaakala niyang lahat ng geisha ay kapareho ng babae.. sabi ng babae hindi ako pumasok dito para utusan ng ganyan .. nagalit ang babae sa hiniling ni shimamura na ihanap sya ng isang geisha .

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What is the summary of maguindanao pearls?


Characters: Sinag-tala- a 16 year old basket weaver and the daughter of Pirang Kawayan.

She fell in love with Magiting/ Walang Gulat. Was called Lily by the River Magiting/ Walang Gulat - son of the Chief of Pasigan. Was already engaged to Lakambini but fell in love with Sinag-tala. Lakambini- antagonist of the story. Became jealous of Sinag-tala and accused her taking pearls. Pirang Kawayan- father of Sinag-tala. Chief of Maynila Summary When Sinag-tala was 2 and a half, her grandma came and placed a fresh lily in one of her hands and a small, pale pearl on the other. She said the Sinag-tala was to grow as soft and delicate as a lily and she will own priceless pearls taken form oysters from the blue seas of Maguindanao. After 14 years, she was called by Lakambini to make baskets for the mother of Walang Gulat. So she went to the riverside to get some bamban reeds and young bamboo joints. While doing this, she met Magiting. They talked for a while but they didn't know that some people were watching them. These people said what they saw to Lakambini and she became furious. She then told Sinag-tala that she did not need the baskets anymore and ended up hiding the pearls in one of the baskets. So Sinag-tala was accused of stealing the pearls. Sinag-tala was then put into trials. Magiting, because he loved her, tried to make her free by "donating" some jewels to the village in place of the pearls. The Judges did not accept this. Sinag-tala was then placed into the boiling water or deal wherein she had to dip her hands in boiling water and get one stone at the bottom and if her hands showed no signs of being burned, she was innocent. Sinag-tala was about to this when Pirang Kawayan stood. Lakambini knew that he was going to do something bad but as she screamed, Pirang Kawayan stabbed his own daughter. Lakambini then admitted that she was the one who hide the pearls and that Sinag-tala was innocent. But it was too late for Sinag-tala was already dying.

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Florante at Laura laki sa layaw?

Sa pagsasalaysay ni Florante, inilalaan niya ang karamihan ng kanyang oras sa paglalaro at pangangaso kasama ng kanyang mga lingkod noong bata pa siya. Ngunit ang kasayahang itong tanging alam niya ay pinatid ng kanyang ama, ang Duke Briseo, sa hangaring mapabuti ang kanyang buhay. Ipinadala siya sa Atenas upang mamulat ang kanyang isipan sa wastong pakikisalamuha sa kapwa sa kabila ng pagtutol at pagluha ng kanyang mahal na ina. Ang lahat ng ito ay dahil batid ng Duke Briseong sa magulang ibinubunton ang sisi kapag ang anak ay Hindi naging mabuti sa kanyang paglaki tulad ng pagpapalaki sa layaw, at ang mga kasamang ibubunga nito.

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What is bicol riddles?

riddle from bicol region

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Why study is important for us?

studing is important for us because it will help you in the future life.

if anyone who will never ever study won`t ever get a good life or neither a good job.

you`ll have to do every thing by your self you will not ever gonna depend on anyone but you will be talking with none educated people

You should know by know studying is really important cuz it helps you in every step in life(depending what and when you do it). its actually very important, it helps you in every little thing to be honest. if you study you will earn, learn and know everything by your self and you will not ever have to depend on someoe else to be honest.


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