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Philippine Literature

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by Zyra Ebio on 28 November 2011

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Transcript of Philippine Literature

The Japanese Period (1941-1945)


Historical Background
Filipino Poetry During This Period
Filipino Drama During the Japanese Period The Filipino Short Story During The Japanese Period Philippine Literature in English Historical Background •Philippine Literature was interrupted in its development when the Philippines were conquered by Japan.

•Philippine literature in English came to a halt.

•All newspapers in English were stopped by the Japanese.

•Writers in English turned to writing in Filipino.

•Strict prohibitions of the Japanese regarding any writing in English.
Historical Background The weekly Liwayway was placed under strict surveillance Ishiwara General in the Imperial Japanese Army in
World War II Historical Background Many wrote plays, poems, short stories, etc. Topics and themes were often about
life in the provinces. Filipino Poetry During This Period nationalism country love life in the barrios faith religous arts Three types of poems HAIKU TANAGA KARANIWANG
ANYO Made up of 17 syllables divided into three lines. The first line had 5 syllables, the second, 7 syllables, and the third, five. Each line had 17 syllables and it’s also allegorical in meaning. Filipino Drama During the Japanese Period •Drama experienced a lull during the Japanese period.

•The big movie houses were just made to show stage shows.

•Plays were reproductions of English plays to Tagalog.
Soc Rodrigo
Alberto Concio
Narciso Pimentel

Organization of Filipino players named Dramatic Philippines Jose Ma. Hernandez - PANDAY PIRA

Francisco Soc Rodrigo - SA PULA, SA PUTI

Clodualdo del Mundo – BULAGA

Julian Cruz Balmaceda - SINO BA KAYO?, DAHIL SA ANAK, and HIGANTE NG PATAY.
The field of the short story widened during the Japanese Occupation. The Filipino Short Story During The Japanese Period Brigido Batungbakal, Macario Pineda, Serafin Guinigindo, Liwayway Arceo, Narciso Ramos, NVM Gonzales, Alicia Lopez Lim, Ligaya Perez, and Gloria Guzman. First Prize: Narciso Reyes with his LUPANG TINUBUAN


Second Prize:Liwayway Arceo’s UHAW ANG TIGANG NA LUPA


Third Prize:NVM Gonzales’ LUNSOD NAYON AT DAGAT-DAGATAN
Philippine Literature in English •The spirit of nationalism started to seep into their consciousness.

•Noteworthy writer of the period was Carlos P. Romulo : I SAW THE FALL OF THE PHILIPPINES, I SEE THE PHILIPPINES RISE and his MOTHER AMERICA AND MY BROTHER AMERICANS.

•Nick Joaquin produced THE WOMAN WHO LOOKED LIKE LAZARUS.
Carlos Bulosan’s works included THE LAUGHTER OF MY FATHER (1944), THE VOICE OF BATAAN, 1943, SIX FILIPINO POETS, 1942.
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