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Book Review: Querna Dose by Celine Gaño

 “Bakit nga ba nakaunat ang mga braso ‘pag yayakap tayo?”

Review (spoilers alert!!!): 

Gaño introduces the life of Father Art, isang Parish Priest mula sa isang maliit na bayan ng Sta.

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Group3_MonologueWriter_Ramos

Things I wanted to Remain Hidden -Marcelina

It is  a monologue of the character of Marcelina, the eldest child in the short story of Francisco Arcellana, The Mats. 400 more words

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Group2_Angeles Family's Nanny_Tonido

Dear Diary,

          It has been a while since I last wrote. I was actually thinking about not writing on you anymore. When I was still a kid, I promised myself that I’ll only keep happy memories with you but I guess I’ll have to break it or else I’ll be the one to be… 410 more words

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The Gods We Worship Live Next Door

THE GODS WE WORSHIP LIVE NEXT DOOR
Bienvenido Santos

The gods we worship live next door. They’re brown
and how easily they catch cold sneezing… 104 more words

Ang Bata na Dili Matulog

ANG BATA NA DILI MATULOG

ni Macario Tiu

 Macario D. Tiu is chair of the Humanities Division at Ateneo de Davao. His fiction and poems (Cebuano and English) have appeared in  2,602 more words

Dead Stars

DEAD STARS
(for Paz Marquez Benitez)
by H.O. Santos

If I still think of her today

Why didn’t I tell her long ago?

I could have saved all wondering… 77 more words

Humanities: Philippine Literature

MASS – is one of most noble work of literature that I have ever read. The portrayal of reality without any kind of sugar-coating and cherry-picking is what our society is really is. 1,505 more words