ALYSSA A. FUENTEBELLA
December 16, 2011
NOLI ME TANGERE by Dr. Jose rizal
Translation by SOLEDAD LACSON-LOCSIN
1) Don Santiago de los Santos/Capitan Tiago - hosted a dinner at Anloague St.
2) Teniente - soldier
On average, 5 people are born every second and 1.78 die.
So were ahead by 3.22, which is good, I think.
The average person will spend two weeks in his life
waiting for the traffic light to change.
Pubescent girls wait tw
Afternoon of a Sea Faun
(For Ed, on his pondering
Turn over the loose stones
And also know
The face of what
We are not,
What we refuse to be.
These are just as he
Who slips his spectacles on,
Pondering on Ben Ezra,
And she who dips her ag
Krystel Iris M. de Castro
20 May 2016
PART I. ELEMENTS
In the perspective of Persephone, Pomegranate dramatizes her
dilemma between Demeter and Hades, who ascribes her mothers
narcissistic grief to the loss of an opportunity and juxtaposes her
MANCURSING THE SEA
Miroslav Holub (Czech Republic)
Miroslav Holub wrote a poem about a man cursing the sea during Czechoslovakias
dark years when no Velvet Revolution was in sight. The man climbed to the top of the
cliffs and began a tirade, described hum
Krystel Iris M. de Castro
6 May 2016
Myrna Pea-Reyes (Philippines)
Father, (calling God)
wind breaks a world (strong winds that destroy the houses and uproot trees)
outside my window, (persona confined in her room, protected, unexposed to the h
Isabel Anastasia G. Esguerra
Prof. Miguel Lizada
March 18, 2016
A poem about messages to send a message
Civil Liberties by Ricardo de Ungria is a free verse piece that tells an anecdote which
reflects the personas experience of racial discrimina
What am I?
Am I just a letter inside a circle?
Or a girl with nice hair?
Or a rose with its stem cut off?
What am I?
Why is it that,
I can never be alone?
Always a name
always a name
beside me a name
I don't even know who they are
I just appear in the b
A Recipe for a Family
by Ysabel Pitargue
Take a group of unique individuals, and put them in a bowl
(put as much as you need!)
Slowly add in laughs and bonding,
Stir until hints of love can be seen,
Mix with good times and food binges,
Put in slices of we
Audrey A. Azcarraga
17 November 2014
There are countless amazing things on Earth but what would that matter if they
didnt have any meaning to us? Imagine a world where the ability to appreciate did not exist,
a world where we couldnt mak
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Iconicity of Comics | Degrees
of Realism & Resemblances
between the Iconic and the
Vocabulary of Comics
Representation in Comics
Representing the Real
Reality so Many Times
Icons | Iconicity
LISTENING TO THE WRITTEN WORD
HOW TO SHUT A WINDOW IN 9 WAYS
You want someone to close a window. How do you say this? Here are a few of the
Please shut that window.
Hey, buddy, shut that window, will you?
You better shut
Group 5. Textual Analysis.
Examine Jasons character. How does Euripides deflate the heroic ideal through Jason? What
are the consequences of this?
Page 30. [Enter JASON.]
He tried to calm Creon and Glauce down.
You are banished. Well, your angry words don
Can someone make my simple wish come true?
Male biker seeks female for touring fun.
Do you live in North London? Is it you?
Gay vegetarian whose friends are few,
I'm into music, Shakespeare and the sun.
Can someone make my simple wish come t
Cities As Narrative: Urban Life In
Manila And Bonifacio Global City
Manileos live in a mess. Should those who can escape to an urban
I live in Manila because of days like last Nov. 29, 2014. I spent the afternoon walking around
And a dear friend who does know the work of this poet shared with me the simple
secret of how to read what is known in the poetry world as the ideogram format.
This poetic structure combines simplicity and complexity, and is meant to be seen,
"Negro" by Langston Hughes
I am a Negro:
Black as the night is black,
Black like the depths of my Africa.
Ive been a slave:
Caesar told me to keep his door-steps clean.
I brushed the boots of Washington.
Ive been a worker:
Under my hand the pyramids arose
Narcissus and Echo
Shall the water not remember Ember
my hands slow gesture, tracing above of
its mirror my half-imaginary airy
portrait? My only belonging longing;
is my beauty, which I take ache
away and then retur
Pointers for the exam:
-Purpose of theatre, especially as ritual and as entertainment
-Major trends in drama for the different periods
-Important contributions of notable playwrights, especially Sophocles, Shakespeaere, Moliere,
-Names, places, tu
Maria Angela Raphaela Lantin
Ms. Deirdre Camba
April 22, 2016
Imagery in Maya Angelous Protest Poems
There is no single way to define poetry. The art of writing poetry is individual
expression, it is the manipulation of words in order to c
Overview of the Poem:
In Robert Brownings The Bishop Orders his Tomb at St. Praxed's Church, a dying bishop
instructs his children on the extravagant and elaborate tomb he wishes to be built for him.
Despite the fact that one would envision that a priest
Introduction to Poetry and Drama
Department of English, School of Humanities
Ateneo de Manila University
Charlie Samuya Veric, Ph.D.
Consultation by Appointment
Course Description and Ob