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LOVE IN THE CORNHUSK
Transcript of LOVE IN THE CORNHUSK
Born in Sulu, Aida Rivera-Ford crossed over to Negros Oriental in 1949 for an English degree at Silliman University. Records toast her as the first editor of Sands and Coral, the school’s literary folio. In 1954, she flew to the University of Michigan on a Fulbright grant to secure her master’s degree in English.
“Love in the Cornhusks” is one of five well-crafted stories for which Rivera-Ford won the Jules & Avery Hopwood Prize in Michigan. In 1955, the Sunday Chronicle’s This Week magazine featured the prize-winning story, with illustrations by Rod Dayao.
LET US ASK OURSELVES.
Let's check it up!
Tinang/ Constantina Tirol
Post office clerk
When Tinang read the letter under the
tree while her baby was lying on the pile of corn husks.
If it is true love that you wait for then that love will come back at any cost.