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Pampanga and an Literature

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Student No. 11187670June 18, 2011 MALL-LIT
Philippine Literature in Kapampangan and Pangasinense
An Annotated BibliographyKAPAMPANGAN LITERATURELarkin, John A.
The Pampangans: Colonial Society in a Philippine Province
. 1993Philippine Edition. Quezon City: New Day Publishers. 1972.
Larkin has presented here on his book the social and economic history of theCentral Luzon agricultural region of Pampanga, and its historical background.With the help of Larkin, readers can easily trace Pamapanga’s geographic effectsto Kapampangan, as well as how they live their lives during that era. This book isquite essential for a critique in Kapampangan literary arena.
Manlapaz-Zapanta, Edna. Kapampangan Literature: A Historical Survey andAnthology. Quezon City: Ateneo University Press. 1981.
Manlapaz book aims to create an outline of Kapampangan literary history. TakingOnly 130 books about pampanga’s history and its existing literature with H. OtleyBeyer and Dean S. Fansler studies on kapampangan ethnocity this book wasmade possible. This book focuses more on the genre rather than the historicalaspects of each literary work and also on their liguistic styles as making used of Bro. Andrew Gonzales study.Out from the existing resources of her time, Manalapaz made her way to recover works of Kapampangan writers. Such, brilliance and perseverance has created agood collection for the Kapampangan literature.This book is good reference of past, her occuring issues on the book are still thedominant issues of the studies of today with regards to Kapampanganorthography.
Castro, Rosalina Icban. Literature of the Pampangos. Manila : University of theEast Press, c.1981.
Castro has divided her book into two categories the first part is historically basedand the other part are the four genres of literary pieces were Kapampanganwriters are inclined which are the Kumidya, Zarsuela, Play and Novel.Castro on this research on Kapampangan Literature has collected, translated andexplained Kapampangan works in a broad historical and literary perspective.
The research done of Mrs. Castro is so extensive that she did not only rely on thepublished works in libraries, but has even gone to the writer and their relatives tobring out their unpublished manuscripts.She also features the Crissot a group of writers who wrote for the stage,magazine to denounce oppression and obscurantism.
Lacson, Evangelina Hilario. Kapampangan Writing : A Selected Compendium andCritique. Manila: National Historical Institute, 1984.
Lacson’s book dealt with works that shows Kapampangan nature andOrthogprahy, which are also the subject of her critique in this book. Thus, theselection made is for easy understanding and she included brief description of each genre.The book is categorize to the period of each genre. I can see this book as quitecomplete list of vernacular Kapampangan Literature upto 1982.
Soriano, Rafaelita Hilario.The Pampangos.Quezon City : R. H. Soriano, 1999.
Research on the different personalities from Pampanga as well as its history.Many Kapampangans are endowed with skills that made many of their ancestorsare considered that elite class of our country during the colonialization years.
Cabusao, Romeo C. San Fernando, Pampanga : ing balen kung tinubuan : our heritage, our legacy. Pampanga : R.C. Cabusao, c2000.
A research on the history and towns could help the people visualize and retell itto the future generations. The pictures reflects images of past and its antiquity.This helps solidifyour desire to preserve our legacy.
KAPAMPANGAN LITERARY PIECESTolosa, Tec Sanchez. Ing bie kung delanan, Ing bie kung balikan = The life I lived,the life I'll return to : a collection of contemporary Kapampangan. Pampanga :Crescere et Fluere Pub., 2006.
A Kapampangan collection of Poems, it is of variety of genres. The topicsdiscussed in the poems were almost the recent changes and developments of that time.
Aguas, Juan S.Juan Crisostomo Soto and Pampangan dramaQuezon City :University of the Philippines.1963
Feautures the most popular drama writer in Kapampangan in 19
century, JuanCristosostomo Cruz. It includes translated drama entitled “
 Alang Dios” which hewrote
in 1901.
Makuyad a kasalesayan king kanakung biye. Holy Angel University. 2004
It is an autobiography of a famous 19th century poet, Jose M. Gallardo. They callit magic poems that touches the emotions of its readers.
Mallari, Joel Pabustan. Kawatasan : obrang poeta laureado talapanulip amanu.Pampanga : Center for Kapampangan Studies, Holy Angel University. 2010
A collection of Kapampangan written poems by Joel Mallari, it is also of mixedgenre but are mostly focused on promoting Kapampangan Language and somehistorical poems about the province.
Fernandez, Querubin D. Bakas Panas : katipunan ding maygit 100 a pilingpoesiyang .Angeles City : Salas Paper Press, 1997.
A collection of selected kapampangan poems by different writers.
Gallardo Jose.Crissotan Series.Juan D. Nepomuceno Center for KapampanganStudies, Holy Angel University, 2003
It is a comiplation of poems written by Jose Gallardo. He wrote over 200 poems,26 plays and zarzuelas, six novels and dozens of short stories, but his bestknown work is Crucifijong Pilak, which was staged more than 100 times between1956 and 1972.
Tolentino, Aurelio. Maring (Dangal at lakas): Ulirang buhay Tagalog. Manila:Limbagang Tolentino, 1913.
This is about Maring and her buauty that seduced many man. It is not as if its her intention to do so, but she has been a victim of man who like her. It was alsoabout true love, that after all the things that happened to Maring, she in the endmarried her one-true love after his husband-abductor’s death.A love story, yet representing our country’s situation. Aurelio as a natiolist andpatriot took Maring to represent our country, she as being pursuaded bycolonizers. Still, in the end of her struggle she will getting the life and freedomthat she needed to marry her true love. Philippines in its struggle will have itsfreedom it always wanted.
Lumbera, Bienvenido and Cythia. “Philippine Literature: A History andAnthology”.Anvil Publishing.2005

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