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Philippine Pre-Colonial
Literature
Rona C. Catubig 1
Pre-colonial literature may be
classified into :
• floating or oral;
• written literature
Rona C. Catubig 2
songs, dance and the drama probably
developed simultaneously
most of the pre-colonial drama was held in
the sambahan or ...
dramas developed into different forms such as the
pagbati, karagatan, tagayan, pananapatan, sabalan,
and tibaw
the karag...
Tagalog Literature
bugtong (riddle)
suliranin and indulanin (street songs)
sabi (maxim)
sawikain (saying)
talindaw (b...
Ilocano Literature
has many kinds of songs sung on different
occasions;
this include dal-ot (song during baptismal party...
Maranaw Literature
inspired by Islam
consisted of tutul (folk tale)
tubad-tubad (short love poems)
pananaro-on (saying...
Pre-colonial Epics
• Filipinos were fond of composing epic poetry,
which is why the country is unique for having
more than...
Igorots reciting Hudhud
Rona C. Catubig 9
Prince
Bantugan
Rona C. Catubig 10
Indarapata
& Sulayman
Rona C. Catubig 11
 stories originating in popular
culture, typically passed on by word
of mouth.
 prose narratives which are regarded
as f...
Aponibolinayen and the Sun
The Monkey and the Turtle
Rona C. Catubig 13
 myths form an important genre of folk
literature
 "a sacred narrative explaining how the world
and man came to be in th...
 The Good God and the Bad God
 Why the Sky is High
 Tungkung Langit and Alunsina
Rona C. Catubig 15
are usually very old stories with little or
no evidence to prove them.
 are often passed on by word-of-mouth.
They are v...
The Legend of Rice
 The Legend of Mount Kanlaon
Rona C. Catubig 17
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Grade 7 philippine pre colonial literature

  1. 1. Philippine Pre-Colonial Literature Rona C. Catubig 1
  2. 2. Pre-colonial literature may be classified into : • floating or oral; • written literature Rona C. Catubig 2
  3. 3. songs, dance and the drama probably developed simultaneously most of the pre-colonial drama was held in the sambahan or places of worship these dealt with various subjects including love, war, legends, the memory of the deceased, and war heroes Pre-colonial Literature Rona C. Catubig 3
  4. 4. dramas developed into different forms such as the pagbati, karagatan, tagayan, pananapatan, sabalan, and tibaw the karagatan was a debate in verse in which a problem is resolved; it developed into the duplo during the Spanish period and then into the balagtasan in 1924 during the American period tibaw on the other hand is perform during the pasiyam Pre-colonial Literature Rona C. Catubig 4
  5. 5. Tagalog Literature bugtong (riddle) suliranin and indulanin (street songs) sabi (maxim) sawikain (saying) talindaw (boat songs) diyuna (song of revelry) kumintang (war song which evolved into a love song), dalit and umbay (dirge) tagumpay, balikungkong, dupayinin and hiliraw (war songs) uyayi and hele (lullabies)  ihiman (bridal song), tagulaylay(mournful song)  tigpasin (rowing song), tingad (household song) kutang-kutang (couplets usually chanted by the blind) Rona C. Catubig 5
  6. 6. Ilocano Literature has many kinds of songs sung on different occasions; this include dal-ot (song during baptismal party, wedding, or a feast), badeng (love song sung in a serenade), and dung-aw (dirge) Rona C. Catubig 6
  7. 7. Maranaw Literature inspired by Islam consisted of tutul (folk tale) tubad-tubad (short love poems) pananaro-on (sayings and proverbs) sowa-sowa-i (drama) antoka (riddle or puzzle), and darangan (epic poetry) Rona C. Catubig 7
  8. 8. Pre-colonial Epics • Filipinos were fond of composing epic poetry, which is why the country is unique for having more than twenty epic poems. Examples: Hudhud and Alim (Ifugao), Biag ni Lam-Ang (The Life of Lam-Ang /Ilocano) Bantugan, Indarapatra and Sulayman, and Bidasari (Moslems) Rona C. Catubig 8
  9. 9. Igorots reciting Hudhud Rona C. Catubig 9
  10. 10. Prince Bantugan Rona C. Catubig 10
  11. 11. Indarapata & Sulayman Rona C. Catubig 11
  12. 12.  stories originating in popular culture, typically passed on by word of mouth.  prose narratives which are regarded as fiction  they are not considered as history, they may or may not have happened Rona C. Catubig 12
  13. 13. Aponibolinayen and the Sun The Monkey and the Turtle Rona C. Catubig 13
  14. 14.  myths form an important genre of folk literature  "a sacred narrative explaining how the world and man came to be in their present form"  Philippine myths show that our ancient peoples believed in one supreme god and in a number of lesser gods and goddesses Rona C. Catubig 14
  15. 15.  The Good God and the Bad God  Why the Sky is High  Tungkung Langit and Alunsina Rona C. Catubig 15
  16. 16. are usually very old stories with little or no evidence to prove them.  are often passed on by word-of-mouth. They are very similar to myths.  tell stories of where certain things came from Rona C. Catubig 16
  17. 17. The Legend of Rice  The Legend of Mount Kanlaon Rona C. Catubig 17

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