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A Merger Of Traditions.

The taga-bukid and taga-bayan were the two cultures that made up the political entities. The educated and the wealthy and the ones who lacked the education and therefore did not qualify to exercise power. The taga bayan were more inclined to the culture of the Free World, while the taga-bukid was the nationalistic and anti American.

A transition from the Euro-Hispanic (socially conscious, deals with reality) period to the Anglo-American (thrived more on aesthetic qualities and was full of sentimentality and escapism) period of literature in the Philippines was brought about by Villa, the contradictions between the two styles resulted in the emphasis of a crisis for the Anglo American Tradition. It was later resolved in the 1970s. These two traditions had been implanted with indigenous traditions and through the efforts of the Filipino writers can be clearly called the Filipino literary tradition.

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  1. 1. Digitally Scrapped By: Daisy Rose R. Bahayanan BSOA - 4
  2. 2. 1.Alberto S. Floretino (1931-1959) 2. Alejandro Abadilla (1904-1969) 3. Amado Hernandez (1903-1970) 4. Genoveva Edroza-Matute (1915 - 2009) 5. Lazaro Francisco 6.Macario Pineda
  3. 3. He was born on July 28, 1931 It is said that Florentino got his technique in playwrighting with the experiences he got due to the fact that while typing multiple copies of his father's plays, he needed to read the manuscript over and over again. He was 23 when, as an accounting student at the University of the East, he won a Palanca award for his play, "The World is an Apple."
  4. 4. portrays the struggles of Filipinos
  5. 5. Born on March 10, 1906 at Rosario, Cavite Poet, essayist, fiction writer commonly known as AGA Critic Pedro Ricarte referred to Abadilla as the father of modern Philippine poetry Abadilla helped found the Kapisanang Panitikan in 1935 and edited a magazine called Panitikan.
  6. 6. MGA PILING TULA NI AGA
  7. 7. a Filipino writer and labor leader who was known for his criticism of social injustices in the Philippines and was later imprisoned for his involvement in the communist movement He was born in Hagonoy, Bulacan but grew up Tondo, Manila While still a teenager, he began writing in Tagalog for the newspaper Watawat (Flag) he married the Filipino actress Atang de la Rama
  8. 8. Genoveva Edroza-Matute (January 3, 1915 – March 21, 2009) was a Filipino author. the recipient of the first ever Palanca Award for Short Story in Filipino Died on March 21, 2009 (aged 94) her own bedroom, Cubao Spouse: Epifanio G Matute
  9. 9. Enriched and nurture Philippine Literature , through his Novels Lazaro Francisco (Pebrero 22, 1898 - Hunyo 17, 1980) One of four Filipino writer chosen to be a awarded in 2009 Gawad Pambansang Alagad ng Sining (Panitikan)”. And other Literary Awards. Born at Orani, Bataan, but settled down at Nueva Ecija.
  10. 10. The novel was first appeared as a serial in 1955 on the pages of LIWAYWAY magazine. a less known literary work authored by a Filipino writer that has "high artistic merit" and "worthy of translation to introduce to an international readership".
  11. 11. Tackled the "waves of forces" that prevents such changes and hopes from being realized.
  12. 12. Macario Pineda was Born on 1912 at Malolos, Bulacan 1912-1950 He was known as a writer in English Language During World War II, he was one of the finest Story Teller using Philippine Language , when “Liwayway” Published his story Many Filipino Readers was looking after his stories in the pages of Daigdig, Tsgumpay, Malaya and Liwayway And died on 1950.
  13. 13. THE END

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