Philippine Literature Under The Republic

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Philippine Literature Under The Republic

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Cherry Mae M. Cajeras

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Philippine Literature Under The Republic

  1. 1. (1946-1985) PHILIPPINE LITERATURE UNDER THE REPUBLIC
  2. 2. Prepared by: Cherry Mae M. Cajeras BSA-2
  3. 3. O NA D W O R K S T H E I R
  4. 4.  Alberto S. Florentino is the author and playwright of the famed " The World is an Apple".  The themes that he usually tackles about deals with everyday scenarios of a commoner's life.  He usually portrays the struggles of Filipinos. The World Is An Apple and Other Prize Plays(1959)  It contains Florentino’s most popular and characteristics plays. His work: 1 9 3 1 THEME: Anachronism
  5. 5. Her work:Her background:
  6. 6. Fictionist:
  7. 7. His background: His work:  Macario Pineda was a Philippine writer known for his short stories, "Suyuan the pond.“  He is a Tagalog fictionist who excelled in the authentic evocation of the Philippine Countryside. 25Pinakamabubuti ng Maikling Kuwento ng Taong 1943- it is a collection of short stories produced under Japanese sponsorship during the war years.
  8. 8. Genoveva(1915- )
  9. 9. Novels: Ilaw sa Hilaga Daluyong
  10. 10. In these two novels, Francisco returned to the world of his early novel AMA, and took another look at the agrarian unrest and the vexing problem of land reform which had flared up in the late 1940’s.
  11. 11. Novels:
  12. 12. It depicted the plight of the peasantry and how exploitation by the landlords taught them to organize in order to fight for their rights.
  13. 13. It bears the mark of romanticism traceable to Balagtas and the stamp of social concern deriving from Rizal and other poets.
  14. 14. BANAAG AT SIKAT
  15. 15. It is a long narrative poem about a crusading newspaperman who becomes a guerilla fighter, a labor leader and then a political prisoner.
  16. 16. Whose flawed craftsmanship fails to douse its fiery protest against domination of the Philippines by American industrialists, morally bankrupt religious leaders and corrupt bureaucrats.
  17. 17. Alejandro Abadilla Piniling Mga Tula Ni AGA
  18. 18. Alejandro Abadilla (1904)  Alejandro G. Abadilla (March 10, 1906–August 26, 1969), commonly known as AGA, was a Filipino poet, essayist and fiction writer. Critic Pedro Ricarte referred to Abadilla as the father of modern Philippine poetry, and was known for challenging established forms and literature's "excessive romanticism and emphasis on rime and meter“.  He is a young poet in 1940 by what he perceived to be the emptiness of much of the verse being written by his elders.
  19. 19. Emmanuel Torres Angels And Fugitives English Poet
  20. 20. Emmanuel Torres (1931- )
  21. 21. In this book, many poems are refreshingly loose and released, giving notice that the poet had decided to “hang loose” and open himself to the social realities of the time.

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