Inventing a hero: the posthumous re-creation of Andres Bonifacio
University of Wisconsin, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 200 pages
An examination of Andres Bonifacio, the leader of the Philippine Revolution of 1896, uncovers a history of mythmaking.
Distributed for the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Bonifacio before the Revolution
The Mysterious Letters of Andres Bonifacio
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Acta de Tejeros actor-focus Agoncillo's book Andres Bonifacio appeared Artemio Ricarte Artigas Artigas's Baldomero Aguinaldo Batangas Batanguenos biography of Bonifacio Bonifacio letters Bonifacio papers Bonifacio's writings Canseco Cavite chapter Colorum Constantino Corpuz Daniel Tirona Dapat Mabatid delegates discussion documents elections Emilio Aguinaldo Emilio Jacinto Epifanio evidence fact Filipiniana Filipino goal-focus Gregoria de Jesus Guerrero historians Ileto included INVENTING A HERO Jose Kalayaan Katipunan katipuneros Magdalo Magdiwang Manuel Artigas manuscript Mariano Alvarez Masses millenarian national hero nationalist newspaper Ocampo original Pasyon and Revolution Philippine history Philippine national Philippine Review Philippine Revolution Pio Valenzuela poem political prerevolutionary Bonifacio province published question Quezon City Retana revolution of 1896 revolutionary period Rillo Rizal Ronquillo sangguniang bayan Santiago Alvarez Santos Santos's article scholars Schumacher secret society sources Spaniards Spanish story supremo Tagalog text Tanza Tejeros assembly Tejeros meeting Teodoro Agoncillo tion transcriptions verbs words written wrote Zaide