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Blasted Hopes

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Transcript of Blasted Hopes

Biography of Leona Florentino
April 19, 1849-October 4, 1884
She is considered as the "mother of Philippine women's literature" and the "bridge from oral to literary tradition“
She was born to a wealthy and prominent family in Vigan, Ilocos Sur.
Despite her potential, she was not allowed to receive a university education because of her gender.
Florentino began to write her first verses in Ilocano at a young age
Particularly 22 preserved poems - were recognized when she was included in the Encyclopedia Internationale des Oeuvres des Femmes (International Encyclopedia of Women’s Works) in 1889. 
Biography of Leona Florentino


Endowed
– to freely or naturally provide (someone or something)
“are endowed to one who is loved”
dim
– not likely to be good or successful
“My fate is dim, my stars so low”
Curse
- magical words that are said to cause trouble or bad luck
“ Shall I curse the hour”
Spurned
– to reject something disdainfully
“to be spurned is my lot”

VOCABULARY ENRICHER
1. What was the gifts to the one who is loved?
2. Why is it significant to have a loved one?
3. Which of the following lines best describes bewilderment/doubt of the writer? 
4. What are one or two ideas that interests you in this selection?
5. How was the title connected to each line of the poem?
DISCUSSION DIRECTOR
ATTACHMENT THEORY

- Attachment is a deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one person to another across time and space (Ainsworth, 1973; Bowlby, 1969).
- Attachment does not have to be reciprocal. One person may have an attachment with an individual which is not shared. Attachment is characterized by specific behaviors in children, such as seeking proximity with the attachment figure when upset or threatened (Bowlby, 1969).

MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVE TAKER
THE PASSIONATE LOVE SCALE
- Hatfield and her collaborator Susan Sprecher developed in 1986 is consistent with this view of passionate love as a complex, integrative set of qualities. Looking at these specific qualities, see how your own relationship would rate: Emotional, cognitive and behavioral components

MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVE TAKER
CONNECTOR
SUMMARY
Blasted Hopes
by Leona Florentino

1. OXYMORON – conjoining of opposites

(Blasted vs Hope)

Blasted Hopes

1. OXYMORON – conjoining of opposites

(Blasted vs Hope)

Blasted Hopes

HAPPINESS

Represents the universal idea of love

1st STANZA
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