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Ilocano Literature

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Noemi Bag-ao

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Ilocano Literature

TimeLine Ilokano Literature folk songs, riddles, proverbs, lamentations called dung-aw, and epic stories in written or oral form. Pre Colonial Spanish Regime During the Spanish regime, Iloko poetry was generally patterned after Spanish models. 1621 The Doctrina Cristiana by Cardinal Bellarmine, the first book to be printed in Iloko. Biag ni Lam-ang 17th century Pedro Bucaneg "Father of Ilokano Poetry and Literature." (1889 to February 1890) 18th century "Vida de Lam-ang." converting the Ilokanos to Christianity The century also saw the publication of religious works like Fr. Jacinto Rivera's Sumario de las Indulgencias in 1719 and the Pasion, a translation of St. Vincent Ferrer's sermons into Iloko by Fr. Antonio Mejia in 1845. Leona Florentino 19th century "National Poetess of the Philippines" an Ilokano secular priest who wrote novenas, prayerbooks, catechism, metrical romances, dramas, biographies, a Spanish grammar and an Iloko-Spanish dictionary, was Leona Florentino's contemporary. Fr. Justo Claudio Fojas The comedia, otherwise known as the moro-moro, and the zarzuela were presented for the first time in the Ilocos in the 19th century. The comedia was scripted from the corridos like Principe Don Juan, Ari Esteban ken Reyna Hipolita, Doce Paris, Bernardo Carpio,Jaime del Prado. Marcelino Mena Crisologo helped popularize the zarzuela based on the culture and tradition of the Ilokanos particularly those in Vigan, Ilocos Sur. So did Pascual Agcaoili y Guerrero (1880–1958) of Ilocos Norte who wrote and staged "Daguiti Agpaspasukmon Basi," and Isaias R. Lazo (1887–1983) of San Vicente, Ilocos Sur who wrote comedia and zarzuela.
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