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Literature Under Spanish Colonialism(1565-1897)

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Transcript of Literature Under Spanish Colonialism(1565-1897)

Literature Under
Spanish Colonialism
(1565-1897)

SPAIN
Spanish Monarchy
Roman Catholic Religion
FILIPINO

Taga-bayan (Urbane & Civilized
Taga-bukid / Taga-bundok (Indio)
Monopoly of Printing Press

Ordered by religious leaders
Religious content
Dominicans
- First to set-up printing press
Doctrina Christiana
- 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
Spanish Imposition,
Filipino Response
READING
WRITING
ARITHMETIC
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.
KOMEDYA
(Theater Genre)
FRANCISCO BALTAZAR (BALAGTAS)
1st half of 19th Century
Economic Prosperity
- Commercial Printing Press in Manila
FLORANTE AT LAURA (1838)
OROSMAN AT ZAFIRA (1974)
PEDRO PATERNO

JOSE RIZAL
Sampaguitas (1880)
- marked the beginning of
National consciousness.
NOLI ME TANGERE (1887)
EL FILIBUSTERISMO (1891)
PROPAGANDA MOVEMENT
La Solidaridad
JOSE RIZAL
MARCELO DEL PILAR
KATIPUNAN
Tagalog (Official Laguage)
Andres Bonifacio
Emilio Jacinto
Revolution that lead to the proclamation of
Independence in Kawit, Cavite.
Treaty of Paris
PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC
Apolinario Mabini
Women Literary Artists
Leona Florentino
Gregoria de Jesus
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