Alejandro G. Abadilla (March 10, 1906-August 26, 1969), commonly known as aga, was a Filipino poet, essayist and fiction writer. Critic Pedro Ricarte referred




НазваниеAlejandro G. Abadilla (March 10, 1906-August 26, 1969), commonly known as aga, was a Filipino poet, essayist and fiction writer. Critic Pedro Ricarte referred
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Works

Graphic Novels (Self-published)





Published by Adarna House


Published by Nautilus Comics


Commissioned Work

  • Illustration for Graphic Classics:Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (2002, Eureka Productions)

  • Illustration for Graphic Classics: H. P. Lovecraft (2002, Eureka Productions)

  • Cover for Graphic Classics: Jack London volume 1 (2003, Eureka Productions)

  • Pencils and Inks for Lastikman (2004, Mango Comics)

  • 21-page comic for Graphic Classics:Jack London volume 2 - The Wit of Porportuk (2006, Eureka Productions)

  • Illustrated for Cast (comic):Issue 10 (2006, Nautilus Comics)

  • Illustrated for Cast (comic):Issue 11 (2007, Nautilus Comics)

  • Illustrated for Private Iris'



Amado V. Hernandez

Amado Vera Hernandez, commonly known as Amado V. Hernandez (September 13, 1903–March 24, 1970) was a Filipino writer and labor leader who was known for his criticism of social injustices in the Philippines and was later imprisoned for his involvement in the communist movement. He was the central figure in a landmark legal case that took 13 years to settle.


He was born in Hagonoy, Bulacan but grew up Tondo, Manila, where he studied at the Manila High School and at the American Correspondence School.

Writer

While still a teenager, he began writing in Tagalog for the newspaper Watawat (Flag). He would later write a column for the Tagalog publication Pagkakaisa (Unity) and become editor of Mabuhay (Long Live).

His writings gained the attention of Tagalog literati and some of his stories and poems were included in anthologies, such as Clodualdo del Mundo's Parolang Ginto and Alejandro Abadilla's Talaang Bughaw.

In 1922, at the age of 19, Hernandez became a member of the literary society Aklatang Bayan which included noted Tagalog writers Lope K. Santos and Jose Corazon de Jesus.

In 1932, he married the Filipino actress Atang de la Rama. Both of them would later be recognized as National Artists: Hernandez for Literature, de la Rama for Theater, Dance and Music.

Works

Novels


His socio-political novels were based on his experiences as a guerilla, as a labor leader and as a political detainee.

Poems


  • Isang Dipang Langit (An Arm's Length Piece of the Sky)

  • Panata sa Kalayaan (Oath to Freedom)

  • Ang Dalaw (The Visit)

  • Bartolina (Solitary Confinement)

  • Kung Tuyo Na ang Luha Mo Aking Bayan (When Your Tears Dry Up, My Country)

Short Stories


  • Wala nang Lunas (No more Remedy)

  • Kulang sa Dilig (lack of Watering)

  • Langaw sa Isang Basong Gatas (Fly in a Glass of Milk)

  • Dalawang Metro sa Lupang Di-Malipad ng Uwak (Two Meters in the Land Which a Crow Can't Fly on)

  • Ipinanganak ang Isang Kaaway sa Sosyedad (An Enemy of the Society is Born)

  • Magpinsan (Cousins)

Plays


His plays are mostly based on his experiences in prison.

  • Muntinglupa , 1957

  • Hagdan sa Bahaghari (Stairway to the Rainbow), 1958

  • Ang Mga Kagalang-galang (The Venerables), 1959

  • Magkabilang Mukha ng Isang Bagol (Two Sides of A Coin), 1960

Essays


  • Si Atang at ang Dulaan (Atang and the Theater)

  • Si Jose Corazon de Jesus at ang Ating Panulaan (Jose Corazon de Jesus and Our Poetry)
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