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Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
Philippine Literature in Spanish Period
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Philippine Literature in Spanish Period

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  • 1. Philippine Literature<br />Spanish Period<br />Scrapped by:<br />Balois, Harry Kim B.<br />BSCS 41A<br />
  • 2. Notable Works<br />Doctrina Christiana<br />AngBarlaan at Josaphat<br />AngPasyon<br />Urbana at Felisa<br />IbongAdarna<br />Florante at Laura<br />
  • 3. Doctrina Christiana<br />The Physical Description<br />The First Book Printed in the Philippines<br />printed in Gothic letters and Tagalogcharacters<br />signed Juan de Cuellar<br />
  • 4. InilathalangLacompania de Jesus <br />AngBarlaan at Josaphat<br />sinulatngisangmonghesamonasteryongSabbas na malapitsa Jerusalem.”<br />buong pamagat ngaklatay “Aral na tunay na totoong pagaacaysatauo, nang manga cabanalang gauanang manga maloualhating santos na siBarlaanni Josafat”<br />
  • 5. AngPasyon<br />isangnaratibongtulangPilipinas, na nagsasaadngbuhayniKristo<br />Halos lahatngpasyon ay nasusulatsaquintillos<br />unangPilipinongsumulat at kumantangpasyonsaTagalog ay si “Padre Gaspar Aquilino de Belen”<br />
  • 6. Urbana at Felisa<br />a novel written in 1938 by Modesto de Castro<br />The story relates the importance of purity and ideal virtues that married people should practice and enrich.<br />
  • 7. IbongAdarna<br />dinagtagal ay itinanghal na itosamgaentablado<br />maraming nag-aakala na angIbongAdarna ay katutubomismosaPilipinas.<br />isangkoridongisinulatni Jose dela Cruz <br />
  • 8. Florante at Laura<br />Kabuuang pamagat ay “PinagdaanangbúhayniFlorante at ni Laura sakahariángAlbanya”<br />May 50 taonggulang na si Francisco Baltasarnungginawaito.<br />written in a literary form called Awit<br />
  • 9. Recreation PLays<br />Tibag<br />Lagaylay<br />Cenaculo<br />Panunuluyan<br />Salubong<br />Carillo<br />Zarzuela<br />Sainete<br />moro-moro<br />Karagatan<br />Duplo<br />Balagtasan<br />Dung-aw<br />Awit<br />Corrido<br />
  • 10. Tibag<br />tibag means to excavate<br />This ritual was brought here by the Spaniard to remind the people about the search of St. Helena for the Cross on which Jesus died.<br />
  • 11. Lagaylay<br />this is a special occasion for the Pilareños of Sorsogon during Maytime to get together<br />
  • 12. Cenaculo<br />this is a dramatic performance to commemorate the passion and death of Jesus Christ.<br />Cenaculo is written in octosyllabic verse<br />Panuluyan<br />This is a presentation of the search of the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph for an inn wherein to deliver the baby Jesus.<br />this is presented before 12:00 on Christmas Eve<br />
  • 13. Salubong<br />The Salubong is an Easter play that dramatizes the meeting of the Risen Christ and his Mother. <br />Carillo<br />this is a form of dramatic entertainment performed on a moonless night during a town fiesta or on dark nights after a harvest.<br />This shadow play is made by projecting cardboard figures before a lamp against a white sheet.<br />
  • 14. Zarzuela<br />it is a musical comedy or melodrama three acts which dealt with man’s passions and emotions like love, hate, revenge, cruelty, avarice or some social or political proble.<br />Sainete<br />They were exaggerated comedies shown between acts of long plays and were mostly performed by characters from the lower classes.<br />
  • 15. Moro moro<br />This is performed during town fiestas to entertain the people and to remind them of their Christian religion. <br />Karagatan<br />This is a poetic vehicle of a socio-religious nature celebrated during the death of a person.<br />
  • 16. Duplo<br />This is a poetic joust in speaking and reasoning.<br />It is usually played during wakes for the dead.<br />Balagtasan<br />This is a poetic joust or a contest of skills in debate on a particular topic or issue.<br />This is replaced the DUPLO and is held to honor Francisco “Balagtas” Baltazar.<br />
  • 17. Dung aw<br />This is a chant in free verse by a bereaved person or his representative beside the corpse of the dead. <br />It is personalized and usually deals with the life, sufferings and sacrifices of the dead and includes apologies for his misdeeds.<br />Awit at Corido<br />Some use these two interchangeably because distinction is not clear.<br />
  • 18. The End<br />Sources and references:<br />Dindo de QuirozJonalyn MariquinaBOA IV-1<br />Wikipedia<br />Google Images<br />

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