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THE apprenticeship period in philippine literature

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Job Martin

on 21 August 2016

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Transcript of THE apprenticeship period in philippine literature

The establishments of two premier universities in the Philippines paved the way for the birth of Philippine literature in English.

THE apprenticeship period in Philippine literature
(1900-1930)


Philippine Normal University

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES through its college folio now Philippine collegian


Education Act of 1901 initiated the birth of the American Public School system in the Philippines which lead to the spreading of the English language in the land

The Apprenticeship Period mainly imitated the best works of America
Poetry is immature and construction is quite awkward

Paz Marquez Benitez
Paz Marquez Benitez is a UP teacher who authored the very first original Filipino short Story in English on 1925 which is Dead Stars.
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