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The Spanish Period<br />
The Beginning<br />Spanish occupied Philippines in early 15th century. <br />First Filipino alphabet is Alibata<br />when ...
Notable Works<br />
Doctrina Christiana<br />First Book Printed in the Philippines. Manila, 1593<br />By Lessing J. Rosenwald<br />The book, p...
Barlaan at Josaphat<br />printed in the Philippines by Fr. Antonio de Borja, S.J. in 1708<br />1712–although a translation...
IbongAdarna<br />a mythical story, formed in narrative song and poetry called corrido<br />considered a big part of the Ph...
Florante at Laura<br />Literature classic <br />by Francisco Baltazar (also known as Balagtas)<br />The name "Florante at ...
Urbana at Felisa<br />By Modesto De Castro<br />During  1938, 19th century emerged in Europe during the Renaissance<br />u...
AngPasyon<br />A narrative poem about life  and sufferings of  Jesus  in the hearts and mind of the natives<br />The first...
Recreation Plays<br />
Tibag<br />Dramatic performance for  the purpose of manifesting devotion for the holy cross.<br />
Cenaculo<br />Dramatic performance  of the passion and death of  Christ<br />
Moro-Moro<br />Also known as Comedia  an old spanish play  depicting Spain’s struggles against the Moors, who at one invad...
Karagatan<br />This is a socio religious play which is part of the rites held in connection with the death of a person. Th...
Duplo<br />Another socio religious play  also played in the connection with the death of the person to comfort the bereave...
Lagaylay<br />A special occasion for the pilareños of sorsogon during maytime to get together<br />
zarzuela<br />The father of drama, a musical comedy or melodrama three acts which death with men’s passion and emotions li...
Panunuluyan<br />Philippine Christmas dramatic ritual  narrating the whole family’s search for a place to stay in Bethlehe...
Salubong<br />Dramatize s the reunion  of the risen Christ and his mother<br />
Awit<br />Have measures of  twelve syllables and slowly sung to the accompaniment  of a guitar or banduria.<br />
Have measures of eight syllables and recited to a martial beat.<br />ex. IbongAdarna<br />Corrido<br />
Balagtasan<br />A poetic joust or contest of skill in debate on a particular topic.<br />
Dung- aw<br />A chant in free verse  by a bereaved person or his representative  besides the corpse of the dead.<br />
A form of dramatic entertainment perform on a moonless night during a town fiesta  or on darknights after a harvest.<br />...
Sainete<br />A short musical comedy popular  during the 18th century. They were exaggerated comedy shown between acts play...
Philippine literature <br />Project # 2<br />Submitted by: Encar Trinidad<br />Submitted to: Ms. Thelma Villaflores<br />
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  1. 1. The Spanish Period<br />
  2. 2. The Beginning<br />Spanish occupied Philippines in early 15th century. <br />First Filipino alphabet is Alibata<br />when Spanish colonized Philippines they changed alibatas into Roman alphabet<br />
  3. 3. Notable Works<br />
  4. 4. Doctrina Christiana<br />First Book Printed in the Philippines. Manila, 1593<br />By Lessing J. Rosenwald<br />The book, printed in Gothic letters and Tagalog<br />a bookish detective story<br /> the object of a hunt which has extended from Manila to Berlin, and from Italy to Chile, for four hundred and fifty years<br />
  5. 5. Barlaan at Josaphat<br />printed in the Philippines by Fr. Antonio de Borja, S.J. in 1708<br />1712–although a translation–is considered by researchers as the first novel in Tagalog. (J. Villa Panganiban, et al., 1987)<br />story traces its origin to a Manichaean tract produced in Central Asia<br />referred to as the Christianized version of Buddha’s life with Josaphat reaching enlightenment through he love of Jesus Christ. <br />
  6. 6. IbongAdarna<br />a mythical story, formed in narrative song and poetry called corrido<br />considered a big part of the Philippine literature<br />written by Jose dela Cruz a great poet here also known as HusengSisiw<br />is about love, sacrifice and fantasy. <br />
  7. 7. Florante at Laura<br />Literature classic <br />by Francisco Baltazar (also known as Balagtas)<br />The name "Florante at Laura" is an abbreviation of the actual title which, written in archaic Tagalog, is:<br />Pinagdaanang Buhay ni Florante at ni Laura sa Cahariang Albania: Quinuha sa madlang "cuadro histórico" o pinturang nagsasabi sa mgá nangyayari nang unang panahón sa Imperio ng̃ Grecia, at tinula ng isáng matouain sa versong Tagalog."<br />
  8. 8. Urbana at Felisa<br />By Modesto De Castro<br />During 1938, 19th century emerged in Europe during the Renaissance<br />used the epistolary style <br />Main characters: Urbana and Feliza<br />Projecting the code of conduct in church at home, in school, toward one’s fellowmen, mentors, parents and God which has cleansing effect of moral principles<br />
  9. 9. AngPasyon<br />A narrative poem about life and sufferings of Jesus in the hearts and mind of the natives<br />The first Filipino writer is Fr. Gaspar Aquino de Belen <br />Publish during 1704 in Manila. <br />
  10. 10. Recreation Plays<br />
  11. 11. Tibag<br />Dramatic performance for the purpose of manifesting devotion for the holy cross.<br />
  12. 12. Cenaculo<br />Dramatic performance of the passion and death of Christ<br />
  13. 13. Moro-Moro<br />Also known as Comedia an old spanish play depicting Spain’s struggles against the Moors, who at one invaded the Spain.<br />
  14. 14. Karagatan<br />This is a socio religious play which is part of the rites held in connection with the death of a person. This ritual done four times.<br />
  15. 15. Duplo<br />Another socio religious play also played in the connection with the death of the person to comfort the bereaved family.<br />
  16. 16. Lagaylay<br />A special occasion for the pilareños of sorsogon during maytime to get together<br />
  17. 17. zarzuela<br />The father of drama, a musical comedy or melodrama three acts which death with men’s passion and emotions like love, hate, revenge, cruelty , avarice or some political problem.<br />
  18. 18. Panunuluyan<br />Philippine Christmas dramatic ritual narrating the whole family’s search for a place to stay in Bethlehem for Jesus Christ ‘s birth through songs.<br />
  19. 19. Salubong<br />Dramatize s the reunion of the risen Christ and his mother<br />
  20. 20. Awit<br />Have measures of twelve syllables and slowly sung to the accompaniment of a guitar or banduria.<br />
  21. 21. Have measures of eight syllables and recited to a martial beat.<br />ex. IbongAdarna<br />Corrido<br />
  22. 22. Balagtasan<br />A poetic joust or contest of skill in debate on a particular topic.<br />
  23. 23. Dung- aw<br />A chant in free verse by a bereaved person or his representative besides the corpse of the dead.<br />
  24. 24. A form of dramatic entertainment perform on a moonless night during a town fiesta or on darknights after a harvest.<br />Carillo<br />
  25. 25. Sainete<br />A short musical comedy popular during the 18th century. They were exaggerated comedy shown between acts plays and were mostly performed by characters from the lower class.<br />
  26. 26. Philippine literature <br />Project # 2<br />Submitted by: Encar Trinidad<br />Submitted to: Ms. Thelma Villaflores<br />
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