Journey of one hundred years
Philippine American Women Writers & Artists, 1999 - History - 260 pages
In this handsome book, seventeen leading Filipino scholars and writers survey some significant themes and issues in the Philippines during the 20th century. In four primal areas -- history, education, literature, and the diaspora, the editors have gathered an engaging series of reflections on the centennial of Philippine independence from Spain.
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Another Side of 1898
The Philippine Experience
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