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Literature Under Spanish Colonialism(1565-1897)
Transcript of Literature Under Spanish Colonialism(1565-1897)
Roman Catholic Religion
Taga-bayan (Urbane & Civilized
Taga-bukid / Taga-bundok (Indio)
Monopoly of Printing Press
Ordered by religious leaders
- First to set-up printing press
- First book ever published in the Philippines
May Bagyo Ma't May Rilim
- First printed literary work in Tagalog by
Friar Fancisco Blancas de San Jose
- published in Memorandum Book of
Christian Life, 1695
Main purpose of schooling:
To impart the fundamentals of Christian Doctrine
Gaspar Aquino De Belen
- First Filipino literary artist
After Aquino, the genre that evolved came
to be designated as PASYON an SINAKULO.
FRANCISCO BALTAZAR (BALAGTAS)
1st half of 19th Century
- Commercial Printing Press in Manila
FLORANTE AT LAURA (1838)
OROSMAN AT ZAFIRA (1974)
- marked the beginning of
NOLI ME TANGERE (1887)
EL FILIBUSTERISMO (1891)
MARCELO DEL PILAR
Tagalog (Official Laguage)
Revolution that lead to the proclamation of
Independence in Kawit, Cavite.
Treaty of Paris
Women Literary Artists
Gregoria de Jesus