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Philippine Literature in Spanish Period

  1. 1. Philippine Literature<br />Spanish Period<br />Scrapped by:<br />Balois, Harry Kim B.<br />BSCS 41A<br />
  2. 2. Notable Works<br />Doctrina Christiana<br />AngBarlaan at Josaphat<br />AngPasyon<br />Urbana at Felisa<br />IbongAdarna<br />Florante at Laura<br />
  3. 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. 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. 5. AngPasyon<br />isangnaratibongtulangPilipinas, na nagsasaadngbuhayniKristo<br />Halos lahatngpasyon ay nasusulatsaquintillos<br />unangPilipinongsumulat at kumantangpasyonsaTagalog ay si “Padre Gaspar Aquilino de Belen”<br />
  6. 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. 7. IbongAdarna<br />dinagtagal ay itinanghal na itosamgaentablado<br />maraming nag-aakala na angIbongAdarna ay katutubomismosaPilipinas.<br />isangkoridongisinulatni Jose dela Cruz <br />
  8. 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. 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. 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. 11. Lagaylay<br />this is a special occasion for the Pilareños of Sorsogon during Maytime to get together<br />
  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 18. The End<br />Sources and references:<br />Dindo de QuirozJonalyn MariquinaBOA IV-1<br />Wikipedia<br />Google Images<br />

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