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Martinez-Sicat, Maria Teresa (?):

Imagining the Nation in Four Philippine Novels (?)

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In her book Dr. Sicat interrogates Maximo Kalaw's The Filipino Rebel: A Romance of American Occupation in the Philippines, F. Sionil Jose's Po-on, Linda Ty-Casper's The Three Cornered Sun, and Alfred A. Yuson's Great Philippine Jungle Energy Cafe. Set against the historical conjunctures of the Philippine Revolution against Spain and the Philippine-American war, these novels conceptualize a people free of foreign oppression and therefore ripe for the shaping of the nation. The author points out, however, that the concept of the nation in these novels integrates the masses into a political, economic, and social system ***ted by the native elite. The socio-historical forces - ilustrados and pobres y ignorantes - are present: the exploitative relationship between them is absent. Sicat believes that in Philippine literary discourse, the concept of the nation must be imbued with the masses' definition of the nation. The revolution against Spain and the Philippine-American war were fought mainly by the masses, and their struggles can provide the basis for a common meaning, a common history. Instead of belittilng the masses, literature can valorize their consciousness and their language. It can challenge the hidden assumptions of the ***nt power system and thereby contribute to the shaping of a strong and authentic nation.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Softcover
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Maria Teresa Martinez-Sicat (?):

Imagining the Nation in Four Philippine Novels (1995) (?)

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Taschenbuch, Label: Univ of Philippines Pr, Univ of Philippines Pr, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 1995-07, Studio: Univ of Philippines Pr
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Maria Teresa Martinez Sicat (?):

Imagining the Nation in Four Philippine Novels (1995) (?)

ISBN: 9789715420433 (?) or 9715420435, in english, 164 pages, University of Philippines Press, Paperback, New

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Book by Sicat, Maria Teresa Martinez, paperback, Label: University of Philippines Press, University of Philippines Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 1995-07, Studio: University of Philippines Press, Verkaufsrang: 7047019
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Imagining the Nation in Four Philippine Novels (1994) (?)

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Imagining the Nation in Four Philippine Novels (1994) (?)

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