now often taught in tertiary-level-syllabi in the Philippines. Many of his works were translated into Tagalog, Malaysian, Russian, Italian, and German. Arcellana won 2nd place in 1951 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, with his short story, "The Flowers of May." 14 of his short...
Selected Stories (1962)
Poetry and Politics: The State of Original Writing in English in the Philippines Today (1977)
The Francisco Arcellana Sampler (1990)
Mga Maikling Kuwento:
The Mats (1938)
How to Read (1944)
The Flowers of May (1951)
The Man Who Would Be Poe
literature. His works are now often taught in tertiary-level-syllabi in the Philippines. Many of his works were translated into Tagalog, Malaysian, Russian, Italian, and German. Arcellana won 2nd place in 1951 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, with his short story, "The Flowers of...
A House Full of Daughters (ARMM) By: Kerima Polotan Tuvera The Flowers of May (NCR) By: Francisco Arcellana
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Important Guides for Reporting: 1.) Give information about the region History Maps Location Provinces People Language Religions...
by Francisco Arcellana
Some writers don’t just describe their characters directly, but instead, they allow the readers to find it out from the interactions and behaviors of the characters throughout the story. Francisco Arcellana’s “The Mats” doesn’t contain a clear description of the...
in English by Filipinos was established. In 1958, the PEN Center of the Philippines (Poets, essayists, novelists) was inaugurated. In the same year, Francisco Arcellana published his PEN ANTHOLOGYOF SHORT STORIES. In 1961, Kerima Polotan
s novel THE HAND OF THE ENEMY won the Stonehill Award...
The story assigned to our group is ‘The Mats”. And based on our discussions and group meetings, the interpretation we all agreed to make is the “reader-based interpretation”.
The Mats, written by Francisco Arcellana, is a short story depicting a very typical Filipino value – a deep...
In late 1995, I addressed a group of more than 100 physicians at Flower Hospital in Toledo, Ohio. After my talk on herbal medicine, one older doctor drew me aside and told me this story: Decades earlier, when he was much younger, he met a man who had been admitted to a sanatorium for tuberculosis...
successes in Mexico and the rest of Central America led the Spanish to explore further, and soon after they once again achieved the seemingly impossible. Francisco Pizarro successfully led a similarly small group of Spanish soldiers and mercenaries against the even larger and more advanced Inca Empire. The three...
(1982), Francisco Arcellana (1990), N. V. M. Gonzalez, Rolando Tinio (1997), Edith L. Tiempo, (2000), F. Sionil Jose (2003), and Bienvenido Lumbera (2006).
A select group of local writers have also received the international Magsaysay Award, namely, F. Sionil Jos�, Nick Joaquin and Bienvenido Lumbera...
Divide by Two
By Francisco Arcellana
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Belle and his husband (the speaker), saw their neighbor setting down a line of adobe blocks across the lawn between their cottages. She told her husband that the neighbor’s wife does not like her and asks her husband to do something about...
“Roll of Honor” articulated, through his choices, a critical standard that was generally accepted by the writers. The 1940s and 1950s, before and after the war, bustled with much literary activity around and beyond poems and short stories. The Veronicans— Francisco Arcellana, H.R. Ocampo the painter...
postwar period honed their sense of craft and techniques. Among the writers who came into their own during this time were: Nick Joaquin, NVM Gonzalez, Francisco Arcellana, Carlos Bulosan, F. Sionil Jose, Ricaredo Demetillo, Kerima Polotan Tuvera, Carlos Angeles, Edilberto K. Tiempo, Amador Daguio...
“She doesn’t like me.” Belle said. “And she doesn’t like anyone to like me… when he gave me flowers from her garden, I don’t think she liked that.”
“Who would?” I asked. “Maybe the flowers weren’t such a good idea either.”
“He was only being friendly as I was,” Belle said.
and complicating all their lives. Divide by Two by Francisco Arcellana is not just a peep into a moment of a married couple – it is a trickily structured short story, an artistic execution of the Iceberg Theory.
The focus is on Belle’s husband, the narrator of the story. By zeroing in on how he...
young and old in night and day
My wish for all is to be gay,
And evil none lead you astray- Juan F. Salazar Philippines Free Press, May 9, 1909 |
The poem was anthologized in the first collection of poetry in English, Filipino Poetry, edited by Rodolfo Dato (1909 – 1924). Among the poets featured...
Francisco Arcellana, writer, poet, essayist, critic, journalist and teacher, is one of the most important progenitors of the modern Filipino short story in English. He pioneered the development of the short story as a lyrical prose-poetic form. For Arcellana, the pride of fiction is "that it is able...
, San Eustaquio, martir, Saint Eustachius, martyr)and Francisco Arcellana (Selected Stories, 15 Stories by Francisco Arcellana, The Essential Arcellana)among many others.
He was also the main scriptwriter for the television show Balintataw and was recently honoured by Radyo Balintataw for his role in...
By Francisco Arcellana
For the Angeles family, Mr. Angeles'; homecoming from his periodic inspection trips was always an occasion for celebration. But his homecoming--from a trip to the South--was fated to be more memorable than, say, of the others.
He had written from Mariveles: "I have...
Divide by Two By: Francisco Arcellana
Francisco "Franz" Arcellana (Zacarias Eugene Francisco Quino Arcellana) was a Filipino writer, poet, essayist, critic, journalist and teacher. He was born in aka Frank V. Sta. Cruz, Manila. He is the fourth of 18 children of Jose Arcellana y Cabaneiro and...
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the Revolution), he died in the Civil Hospital in Hong Kong, on May 23, 1918. His remains are now in the Cementerio del Norte, Manila.
Francisco "Franz" Arcellana (September 6, 1916 – August 1, 2002) was a Filipino writer, poet, essayist, critic, journalist and teacher. He was born on...
| 20 | 15 |
Deerslayer, The | James Fenimore Cooper | 121 | 120 |
Desire | Paz Latorena | 44 | 46 |
Divide by Two | Francisco Arcellana | 47 | 48 |
Dreams | Langston Hughes | 127 | 126 |
Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment | Nathaniel Hawthorne | 52 | 54 |
Dry September | William Faulkner | 68...
Flowers and Acid
Call them freaks, the underground, the counterculture, flower children, or just simply hippies, they are all loose labels for the youth culture of the 60’s that transformed life in the West as we knew it, introducing the spirit of freedom, of hope, of happiness...
guerrillas, writers in English in the postwar period honed their sense of craft and techniques. Among the writers who came into their own during this time were: Nick Joaquin, NVM Gonzalez, Francisco Arcellana, Carlos Bulosan, F. Sionil Jose, Ricaredo Demetillo, Kerima Polotan Tuvera, Carlos Angeles...
sources of energy. They are controlled by the equivalent of valves at (A), at (B), and at (C).
The twin drives have other names. Sometimes they may be labeled as any of the following:
Drive A Drive B
this time. Led by Francisco Arcellana and inspired by Jose Garcia Villa, a group formed “The Veronicans.” The writers chose this name because they wanted their work to bear the imprint of Christ’s face. Around the same time, some women writers formed “ The Bachelorettes.” Among their number were...
Verse (1964-1995), published by the University of the Philippines Press in 1996. This collection contains poems from six books printed in Manila, San Francisco, and New York between the years 1974 and 1987 (including A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling), as well as poems written in subsequent years...
Tuba Gatherer's Child)
Iluminado Lucente (May 14, 1883 - February 14, 1960) was a Philippine writer, primarily writing poetry and drama in the Waray language. He is considered by many as the greatest writer in the Waray language.[verification needed]
Lucente was a member of the Sanghiran San...
The Flowers of May
The Flowers of May is told from the perspective of Paking, one of the 14 children who tried to explain to the grief caused by the death of a child (the dead Victoria) who lived long enough to form an attachment with her parents. For the record, I am not sure if Paking is a boy...