Chapter 6:<br />The Japanese Period (1941 – 1945)<br />
JAPAN<br />
Advantageous Effect on Filipino Literature<br /><ul><li>Writers in English turned in writing Filipino</li></ul>Ex. Juan La...
Advantageous Effect on Filipino Literature<br /><ul><li>Filipino literature was given a break during this period.</li></ul...
FILIPINO POETRY   DURING THIS PERIOD   <br />Themes for Poems:<br />nationalism<br />faith<br />country<br />religion<br /...
3 Types of Poems<br /> HAIKU <br />a poem of free verse that the Japanese liked. It was made up of 17 syllables divided in...
Examples: <br />Haiku<br />By Gonzalo K. Flores<br />Dragonfly<br />You’re pulling a saber<br />The flowers shivered<br />...
2. TANAGA<br />like the HAIKU, is short but it had measure and rhyme. Each line had 7 syllables and is also allegorical in...
Kabibi<br />     <br />Kabibi, ano ka ba?<br />May perlasmaganda ka<br />Kung idikitsatainga<br />Nagbubuntunghininga.<br ...
3. KARANIWANG ANYO (USUAL FORM)<br />Other samples of HAIKU is made by  Rodolfo S. Rosales.<br />
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Philippine literature chapter 6

  1. 1. Chapter 6:<br />The Japanese Period (1941 – 1945)<br />
  2. 2. JAPAN<br />
  3. 3. Advantageous Effect on Filipino Literature<br /><ul><li>Writers in English turned in writing Filipino</li></ul>Ex. Juan Laya<br /><ul><li> By this time the “LIWAYWAY” was placed under the surveillance until it was managed by a Japanese named Ishiwara.</li></li></ul><li>Advantageous Effect on Filipino Literature<br />
  4. 4. Advantageous Effect on Filipino Literature<br /><ul><li>Filipino literature was given a break during this period.</li></ul>Writers wrote:<br />Plays, Poem,<br />Short Stories, etc.<br /><ul><li>Life in the province</li></ul>- common topic and theme<br />
  5. 5. FILIPINO POETRY DURING THIS PERIOD <br />Themes for Poems:<br />nationalism<br />faith<br />country<br />religion<br />arts<br />love<br />life in the barrios<br />
  6. 6. 3 Types of Poems<br /> HAIKU <br />a poem of free verse that the Japanese liked. It was made up of 17 syllables divided into three lines. The first line had 5 syllables, the second 7 syllables and the third have 5. The HAIKU is allegorical in meaning, in short and covers a wide scope in meaning.<br />
  7. 7. Examples: <br />Haiku<br />By Gonzalo K. Flores<br />Dragonfly<br />You’re pulling a saber<br />The flowers shivered<br />When you approached <br />Tutubi<br />     <br />Hilamo’ytabak…<br /> Angbulaklak, nanginig!<br /> Sa paglapit mo. <br />Anyaya<br />     <br />Ulilangdamo<br />Sa tahimiknailog<br />Halika, sinta.<br />Invitation<br />     <br />Lonely grass<br />By the quiet river<br />Come, love<br />
  8. 8. 2. TANAGA<br />like the HAIKU, is short but it had measure and rhyme. Each line had 7 syllables and is also allegorical in meaning.<br />Examples:<br />Tanaga<br />ni Ildefonso Santos<br />Palay<br />Palaysiyangmatino<br />Nang humangi’yyumuko,<br />Ngunitmulingtumayo,<br />Nagkabungangginto.<br />Palay<br />He’s a behave palay<br />Who bowed when the wind blews<br />But stood up again<br />And bore gold.<br />
  9. 9. Kabibi<br />     <br />Kabibi, ano ka ba?<br />May perlasmaganda ka<br />Kung idikitsatainga<br />Nagbubuntunghininga.<br />Shell<br />Shell, hey!<br />You’re beautiful pearl<br />If you are pressed to the ears<br />You sigh.<br />
  10. 10. 3. KARANIWANG ANYO (USUAL FORM)<br />Other samples of HAIKU is made by Rodolfo S. Rosales.<br />
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