Part I – The Historical Background of Philippine Literature




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  • WRITING DURING THE PERIOD OF ACTIVISM

  • The irreverence for the poor reached its peak during this period of the mass revolution. It was also during this period that Bomba films that discredit our ways as Filipinos started to come out.





  • Third Prize – “CHILDREN OF THE CITY” – Amadis Ma. Guerrero

    • Third Prize – “CHILDREN OF THE CITY” – Amadis Ma. Guerrero

    • 1970-71

    • First Prize – “THE ARCHIPELAGO” – Cirilo F. Bautista

    • Second Prize – “FIVE POEMS” – Wilfredo Pascua Sanchez

    • Third Prize – “FROM MACTAN TO MENDIOLA” – Frederico Licsi Espino Jr.

    • ENGLISH ONE-ACT PLAY

    • 1970-71

    • First Prize – “THE GROTESQUE AMONG US” – Maiden Flores









    He mentions that those students demonstrating at that time knew and were aware that what they were doing would be crucial to our country’s history. Student leaders thought up grandiose names for their organizations and hence, the proliferation of acronyms likes SUCCOR, YDS, KTPD, SAGUPA, SMP, KKK, KM, MDP, and SDK.

    • He mentions that those students demonstrating at that time knew and were aware that what they were doing would be crucial to our country’s history. Student leaders thought up grandiose names for their organizations and hence, the proliferation of acronyms likes SUCCOR, YDS, KTPD, SAGUPA, SMP, KKK, KM, MDP, and SDK.

    • Politicians endorsed bills for those who interfered with student demonstrators. Mayor Antonio Villegas himself, on Feb. 18, 1970, led demonstrators away from angry policemen. Other politicians like Eva Estrada Kalaw, and Salvador Laurel, Benigno Aquino Jr. wrote about condemnation of police brutalities.





    For a day they denounced restrictions on artistic freedom and passionately led a plea for freedom. Among the writers in this group were: Nick Joaquin, S.P. Lopez, Gregorio Brillantes, F. Sionil Jose, Petronilo Daroy, Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc, Mauro Avelina, and Jose W. Diokno.

    • For a day they denounced restrictions on artistic freedom and passionately led a plea for freedom. Among the writers in this group were: Nick Joaquin, S.P. Lopez, Gregorio Brillantes, F. Sionil Jose, Petronilo Daroy, Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc, Mauro Avelina, and Jose W. Diokno.

    • People in the other media participated in this quest for freedom. Journalists Jose Burgos Jr., Antonio Ma. Nieva,; movie director Lino Brocka, art critic Anna Leah S. de Leon were battling head – on against censorship.





    Exercises

    • Exercises

    • 1-2. According to Ponciano Pineda, Youth Activism in 1970-72 was due to _____ ______

    • 3-4. Because of the ills of society. The youth moved to seek reforms, what are these reforms?

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