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3 short stories

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summary of 3 short stories from Philippine literature

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3 short stories

  1. 1. R E D A N G L U H A N I M I C H A E L A N G PA G L I L I T I S N I M A N G S E R A P I O H O W M Y B R O T H E R L E O N B R O U G H T H O M E A W I F E L I T 1 3 : 3 0 - 4 : 3 0 B A 3 0 4
  2. 2. RED ANG LUHA NI MICHAEL By Jimmy Alcantara Submitted by Marjorie Ostos
  3. 3. JIMMY ALCANTARA • a writer and a journalist • He finished AB Journalism in the University of Santo Thomas where he also became editor-in-chief of the university's official student publication , The Varsitarian. • Also a fiction writer, his stories have been published in different publications and anthologies, famous among which is "Red Ang Luha Ni Michael."
  4. 4. SUMMARY Magkababata si Ricky at Michael. Galing sila sa lungsod ng Butuan , Agusan del Norte Pagkatapos nila ng kolehiyo ay pumunta sila sa Maynila para makipagsapalaran. Bitbit nila ang limang libo, transcript of record at sense of adventure papunta roon.
  5. 5. Ang relasyon nila Michael at Ricky ay magkaibigan, magsyota, at mag asawa at live in partner. Nagtrabaho si Michael sa personnel department ng isang ad agency sa Vito Cruz. Habang si Ricky ay nagtrabaho dati sa CCP bilang production designer ngunit napatalsik dahil sa nahihibang nitong konsepto sa art.
  6. 6. Nang nawalan siya ng trabaho ay siya na ang gumagawa ng mga gawaing bahay habang si Michael naman ang nagtratabaho. Isang umaga sa kanilang tinitirahan, napansin ni Michael na kinakalawang na ang kanilang ref, noon naisip ni Ricky na sorpresahin niya si Michael na pinturahan ang kanilang ref. Nang umalis na si Michael, bumili na siya ng pinturang kulay scarlet red at isang brush. Pininturahan niya na ang ref pagdating sa bahay.
  7. 7. Sa sobra niyang saya sa pagpipinta lahat ng mga nakitang niyang bagay na hindi maganda sa kanyang paningin ay kanyang piniturahan.
  8. 8. Nang dumating si Michael mula sa trabaho, inakala niyang ang kanyang pinasukang tirahan ay hndi na sa kanya dahil sa labis na pinagiba nito. Nang makita niya ito ng lubusan, naluha siya dahil sa kanyang pag-aakala na si Ricky ay nagbago na at naging magaling na mula sa kanyang sakit sa utak. Nang makita ni Ricky ang mga luha ni Michael, pininturahan niya rin ang mga ito hanggang maubos ang lamang pintura.
  9. 9. ANG PAGLILITIS NI MANG SERAPIO B Y P A U L D U M O L S U M I T T E D B Y A N T O N I O A M O R E S
  10. 10. PAUL DUMOL • He is a Philippine playwright , historian and educator. He is a member of the Philippine Center for Civic Education and Democracy and has served as its chair. He is author of the A History of the Filipino People for High Schools. • He graduated as a summa cum laude and valedictorian , Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts at the Ateneo de Manila. He then completed his Master of Liberal Arts with specialization in Philosophy at the University of Navarra. He holds a licentiate in Medieval Studies with specialization in Philosophy from the Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies. He gained his Doctor of Philosophy in Medieval Studies from the University of Toronto. • His play Ang Paglilitis kay Mang Serapio (The Trial of Mang Serapio, 1968) is considered by some as the first Philippine modernist play. Other plays
  11. 11. SUMMARY OF THE STORY The story is about an old man named Serapio who’s being accused of having a child by the Federation that consists of poor people living on the streets by the care of others. This Federation were opposing to Mang Serapio’s child because the donations that are for him will be spent on the needs of the child in their place.
  12. 12. The two investigators are too determined to prove Serapio’s ownership of the child. They have uncovered his past and learned that his wife and daughter were already gone but it certainly doesn’t conclude his present child. But, three witnesses came and said that they indeed, saw Mang Serapio taking care of the child. They were desperate to find Mang Serapio to be guilty because all of his possessions would be passed onto them. Serapio fought his rite that the witnesses’ proof is not enough but they insisted on looking over the his chest because they thought there’s something inside of it that’s very much related with the situation. As they opened the chest, they found nothing except a dirty plastic doll. It was actually the toy of his daughter in which he takes care of it as remembrance. The remainder of his daughter’s absence in his life and gives him happiness and hope.
  13. 13. Because of this matter, all the accusations weren’t enough to bring him down but, he was still found guilty since he violated the law of federation. It said that he shouldn’t have spent the money for such unnecessary interests. Another reason is because they don’t want this event to let other members be encouraged for only their personal happiness. The federation only wants them to live a miserable life and be dependent on the federation alone. Mang Serapio’s eyeballs were removed in such a dirty way because of the reason that they want others to pity him and give him more money for the federation.
  14. 14. HOW MY BROTHER LEON BROUGHT HOME A WIFE B Y : M A N U E L E . A R G U I L L A , B A U N G Y E A R : J U N E 1 7 , 1 9 1 1 R E G I O N : B A U A N G , L A O N I O N S U B M I T T E D B Y : J U L I U S O . M E D I N A S U B M I T T E D T O : J E A N M O R A D A
  15. 15. MANUEL ESTABILLA ARGUILLA • Nagrebcan, June 17, 1911 – Beheaded, Manila Chinese Cemetery, August 30, 1944) was an Ilokano writer in English, patriot, and martyr. • He is known for his widely anthologized short story "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife," the main story in the collection "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife and Other Short Stories" which won first prize in the Commonwealth Literary Contest in 1940. • Most of Arguilla's stories depict scenes in Barrio Nagrebcan, Bauang, La Union where he was born. His bond with his birthplace, forged by his dealings with the peasant folk of Ilocos, remained strong even after he moved to Manila where he studied at the University of the Philippines where he finished BS Education in 1933 and where he became a member and later the president of the U.P. Writer's Club and editor of the university's Literary Apprentice.
  16. 16. SUMMARY One day his brother Leon came home with a woman named Maria, his brother was not able to come home for a very long time; Baldo was shocked when he saw his brother with a lady. Baldo explains how his brother Leon brought home a wife.
  17. 17. The lady was very gorgeous even a word can’t describe how pleasant, how perfect she was, suddenly his brother introduced the lady his with, to Baldo. Baldo was amazed by the most beautiful face he ever saw with his entire life.
  18. 18. Suddenly on their way home with labang (the carabao) as their transportation they’ve choose between the two way its either waig which is the longer and rocky way nor camino real which is the shortcut, nearest to their house; baldo choose waig, its getting dark that time when they are on their way home but the way was lighten by the stars from the sky that blinks, most likely welcoming Maria on Nagrebcan with the fireflies that lightened the way.
  19. 19. Maria was very amazed by the beautiful view of the night and the lights that keep on shining through one another, it’s her first time experiencing how was the life miles away from the city. Leon sang the song that was thought by his father, Baldo was lightly shocked when Maria sang after, on Baldo’s mind (maybe my brother teach her how to sing the song my father always songs us when were little.
  20. 20. A while later when they are about to enter the house Leon saw her mother at the front door, Leon courted Maria on the way, but Maria was afraid that their parents might not like her. But Leon keep on saying that everything would be ok. Suddenly when they entered the house Leon looked for his father, but his father was not around then he asked her mother, her mother told him that his father was on his room. He checked his father, his father was asking about Maria. The day after when the sun was shines through the beautiful landscape Leon and Maria was under the mango tree. Leon told him that he wants them to live there when they get married.

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