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  • 1. PHILIPPINE LITERATURE DURING THE ENLIGHTENMENT PERIOD
  • 2. ENLIGHTENMENT • is an 18th century intellectual movement in Western Europe that emphasized reason and science in philosophy and the study of human culture and the natural world. • In the Philippines, it mirrored the Filipinos’ desire for reforms.
  • 3. • Journalist, orator from Iloilo • Pen name: Diego Laura Wrote FRAY BOTOD • Went to Spain in 1879 to flee the wrath of the Spanish friars • Died of tuberculosis in Barcelona on January 20, 1896 GRACIANO LOPEZ - JAENA
  • 4. LA SOLIDARIDAD - official newspaper of the Propaganda Movement • Aims: Philippines be a province of Spain Representation in the Cortes Secularization of parishes Freedom of assembly and speech Equal rights before the law
  • 5. MARCELO H. DEL PILAR • Writer, journalist, satirist, revolut ionary leader, Illustrado • Editor of Diariong Tagalog • Went to Spain in 1889 to flee from the Spanish friars and authorities • Died of tuberculosis in Barcelona on July 4, 1896
  • 6. • Father of Philippine Masonry • Legacy Samahang Plaridel (a fellowship of journalists and other communicators that aims to propagate Marcelo H. Del Pilar’s ideals)
  • 7. • Pen names: Plaridel, Dolores Manapat, Piping Dilat, Pupdoh, Kupang, Siling Labuyo, Maitalaga, L.O. Crame, Carmelo
  • 8. • Works: Dasalan at Tocsohan Kaiigat Kayo Sagot sa Espanya sa Hibik ng Pilipinas
  • 9. DR. JOSE P. RIZAL • Poet, essayist, diarist, correspondent, novelist • Pen names: Laong Laan, Dimasalang • Works: Noli me Tangere El Filibusterismo
  • 10. ANTONIO LUNA • General, doctor, pharmacist , journalist • Pen names:  Tabing-Ilog • Works: La Independencia (four- page daily newspaper)
  • 11. MARIANO PONCE • Physician, writer • Pen names: Naning, Kalipulako, tikbalang • Works: Efemeridas Filipinas (1914) Documentos Filipinas (1916) La Provincia Bulacan(1917) Wika at Lahi (1917)
  • 12. PEDRO PATERNO • Politician, poet, novelist, lawyer • Pen name: Justo Desiderio Magalang • Works: Ninay (1885) – the first social novel in Spanish by a Filipino Sampaguitas y otras poesias varias (Jasmines and other Poems) (1880)
  • 13. JOSE MARIA PANGANIBAN • Doctor, journalist, orator • Pen name: Jomapa, J.M.P. • Works:  Anatomia de Regines  Ang Lupang Tinubuan

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