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Philippine literature scrapbook

  1. 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION FAMOUS SHORT STORIES FAMOUS POETRY NOTABLE LITERARY AUTHORS FAMOUS PLAY FAMOUS Novel DRAMAS
  2. 2. c Creative writing centers after edsa maybe grouped into two. Academic institutions were creative writing is part of the curricular offerings, and students majoring in literature are able to come in contact with elder creative writers /critics /professors belonged to the first group. Such academic institutions includes the Silliman University; the university of the Philippines; the ateneo De manila University; De la sale University; and last but not the least, San Carlos University in Cebu The second group is composed of writers organizations that periodically sponsor symposia on writing and set up workshops for its members and other interested parties. UMPIL ((Unyon ng mga manunulat ng Pilipino), PANULAT (Pambansang unyon ng manunulat „ PANDAY- LIPI, GAT (Galian sa arte at tula), KATHA,LIRA (Linangan sa Imahen, Retorika at anyo GUMIL (Gunglo Dagiti manunurat nga ilokano , ABI (Lubas sa dagang Binisaya) and P.E.N. Writers get to hear about new developments in writing and derive enthusiasm for their craft through these twin centers. The two “unyon” function as umbrellas under which writers belonging to a diversity of organization socialized with fellow writers.
  3. 3. Awar d gi vi ng bodi es, annual compet i t i ons and publ i cat i on ovi de t he i ncent i ves f or wr i t er s t o keep pr oduci ng. Thi s ct i ons per f or m t he i mpor t ant ser vi ce of keepi ng t he wr i t er s n t he publ i c consci ousness, maki ng i t possi bl e f or omment at or s and audi ences t o i dent i f y si gni f i cant est abl i she i t er s and gi ve at t ent i on t o emer gi ng new t al ent s. The nat i onal commi ssi on on cul t ur e and t he t s(NCCA),post -EDSA st at e sponsor ed i nst i t ut i on, was cr eat ed y t he l aw i n 1992, super sedi ng t he pr esi dent i al commi ssi on o ul t ur e and ar t s whi ch was est abl i shed i n 1987. The sai d nst i t ut i on has a commi t t ee on l i t er ar y ar t s whi ch f unds orkshops, conferences, publications and a variety of projects geared wards the production of a “national literature”. The commi t t ee has he ai m of devel opi ng wr i t i ng t hat i s mul t i -l i ngual , mul t i - ul t ur al , and t r ul y nat i onal . Non-gover nment al or gani zat i ons have hel p hand i n hand ith some institutions in giving recognition to writers from specific
  4. 4. With the overthrow of the enemy in 1986, however, the literary activity showed certain disorientation manifesting itself in a proliferation of concerns taken up by individual writers and groups. Campus publications another group of outlet that is of importance as asource of non-traditional, experimental writing. These campus publications could either be a weekly student newspaper, quarterly magazines, or annual literary journals. Overall, the character of the philippine literary scene after “EDSA” maybe pinpointed be referring to the theories that inform literary production, to the products issuing from the publishers, to the dominant concerns demonstrated by the writers output, and to the direction towards which literary studies are tending. 1. There is in the academe an emerging critical orientation that draws its concerns and insights from literary theorizing current in England and United States. 2. Post-Edsa publishing has been characterized by adventurous, a willingness to gamble on “non-traditional” projects. 3. The declining prestige of the new criticism, whose rigorous aesthetic norms has previously functioned as a procrustean bed on which Filipino authors and their works were measured 4. The fourth and final characteristics of post-edsa writing is the development thrust towards the retrieval and the recuperation of writing in Philippine languages other than tagalog.
  5. 5. FAMOUS SHORTSTORIES :  Ang Pinakahuling kwento ni huli (lilia quidoza santiago)  Kabilang sa mga nawawala (recardo lee)  Engkwentro (Zelda Soriano)  The execution (Charleston ong)  Voicetape (wilfredo pa virtusio)
  6. 6. Famous poetry:  The way they live (Danton Remoto)  Conversation (Danton Remoto)  Liham ni Pinay mula sa Brunei (Elynia Ruth S. Mabanglo)  Gahasa (Joi Barrios)  Pagpaslang (Joi Barrios)  Sa Dios na gilansang (Rene Estella Amper)
  7. 7. : DRAMAS: RELIGIOUS DRAMA SECULAR DRAMAS
  8. 8. DRAMAS: RELIGIOUS DRAMA SECULAR DRAMA
  9. 9. RELIGIOUS DRAMA:  THE PANUNULUYAN –It dramatizes Joseph and Mary search for Bethlehem. CENACULO – the dramatization of the passion and death of Jesus christ.It depicts St. Christ died. search for the cross on which c SANTACRUZAN – performed during the month of May which have the devotion for the holy cross. PANGANGALUWA – an interesting socio-religious practice on all Saints day which literally means f for the soul.
  10. 10. SECULAR DRAMAS: These were generally held during the nine nights of vigil and prayers after someone's death, on the first death anniversary when the family members put away their mourning clothes. KARAGATAN – comes from the legendary practice of testing the vettle of young men vying for maiden’s hand. DUPLO – A forerunner of the balagtasan. COMEDIA – it is about love between, a prince of different religious. It is about christian-muslim relationship.
  11. 11. FAMOUS NOVEL ACOMRADES DEATH (JOSE ESTELLA AMPER)
  12. 12. FAMOUS PLAY ANG HISTORYADOR NA MANLILIKHA (RENE O. VILLANUEVA)
  13. 13. NOTABLE PHILIPPINE LITERARY AUTHORS:  ESTRELLA ALFON  FRANCISCA ARCELLANA  CARLO BULOSAN  CECILIA MANGUERA BRAINARD  LINDA TY CASPER  GILDA CORDERO  N.V.M. GONZALES  NICK JOAQUINN  F.SIONIL JOSE  AMBETH R. OCAMPO  ALEJANDRO R. ROCES  FRANCISCO BALAGTAS  LUALHATI BAUTISTA  JOSE RIZAL
  14. 14. THE END THANK YOU FOR WATCHING

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