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The literary life : poems and essays from the Sunday Times magazine, 2006-2007 /

Statement of responsibility: Elmer A. Ordonez, editor.
by Ordoñez, Elmer A [Editor. ].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Manila, Philippines : Manila Times Pub. Corp., c2007Description: ii, 262 pages : 26 cm.Other title: Subtitle on cover: Stories, poems and essays from the Sunday Times magazine.Subject(s): Short stories -- Philippines | Philippine poetry (English) | Philippine essays (English) | Newspaper -- Section, columns, etc
Contents:
Stories -- Two tales by Pacifico Aprieto -- A little boy's first love -- Love in a restaurant -- The theory of the present perfect by Layloo Lagoon-Lily -- Dada by Anthony Morli -- Tattered fragment of a nightmare by Lilia Ramos de Leon -- The gift by Susie Tan -- Mishima is dead by Jun Terra -- Crossing the border -- Genji -- The snowstorm -- five tales by Adrian Cristobal -- The kinsman -- Buy one, take one -- Villa's mistress -- The artist and the conqueror -- Mr. Medina -- Mang itoy by Maro Santaromana -- A suitable boy in Dansalan by Nasser Sharief -- Gangrene by F. Sionil Jose -- A summer experience by Epifanio San Juan, Jr. -- End of an era by Elmer A. Ordonez -- The naming of a dog by Albina Pecson-Fernandez -- Ward by Dennis Aguinaldo -- Rules of survival by Azucena Grajo-Uranza -- Lights by Rodolfo del Rosario Victoria -- How I found my calling by Rony V. Diaz -- The quantum observer by Mark Gerard Rivera -- Poems -- two poems by Andres Cristobal Cruz -- Now I understand -- Sea scences -- One summer lost by raul R. Ingles -- Two poems by Tita Lacambra-Ayala -- Portrait of Reina -- Buenaventura -- Two poems by Hilario Francia -- A father to a painter-son -- Old Don : to a mirror -- Two poems by Paolo Manalo -- Galema -- Nihil Obstat -- It was the first string by Gode Calleja -- Two poems by Alejandrino G. Hufana -- Meanwhile in Manila -- Love salvages -- Naku! Poems by Maro Santaromana -- The cubist lover Guillaume Apollonaire by Virginia Moreno -- To Israel by Mila D. Aguilar -- Christmas carol, 1938 by Jose Garcia Villa -- Working clothes by Gelacio Guillermo -- Trees without leaves by Lina Sagaral Reyes -- Lifewatch by Edel Garcellano -- Essays -- To poet as book designer by virginia R. Moreno -- To live again and again by Lilia Ramos de Leon -- Woman in white by Jesus Q. Cruz -- Growing old, feeling young by Teresita E. Erestain -- The possibility of dreams by Azucena Grajo Uranza -- Doveglion : The E.E Commings and Jose Garcia Villa connection by John Edwin Cowen -- Delfin Fresnosa, Veronican by Teresita E. Erestain -- Houses of Spirits by Aida Rivera Ford -- Memoir : "I will show them my power" by Josephine Joan Edades -- Changes by Amelia Lapena-Bonifacio -- The contexts of fiction by Elmer A. Ordonez -- Ethical issues in literature by Azucena Grajo Uranza -- The novel of justice by N.V.M. Gonzales -- Homage to a musical legend by Ernesto V. Epistola -- Imagination goes berserk by Tomas T. Talledo.
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Stories -- Two tales by Pacifico Aprieto -- A little boy's first love -- Love in a restaurant -- The theory of the present perfect by Layloo Lagoon-Lily -- Dada by Anthony Morli -- Tattered fragment of a nightmare by Lilia Ramos de Leon -- The gift by Susie Tan -- Mishima is dead by Jun Terra -- Crossing the border -- Genji -- The snowstorm -- five tales by Adrian Cristobal -- The kinsman -- Buy one, take one -- Villa's mistress -- The artist and the conqueror -- Mr. Medina -- Mang itoy by Maro Santaromana -- A suitable boy in Dansalan by Nasser Sharief -- Gangrene by F. Sionil Jose -- A summer experience by Epifanio San Juan, Jr. -- End of an era by Elmer A. Ordonez -- The naming of a dog by Albina Pecson-Fernandez -- Ward by Dennis Aguinaldo -- Rules of survival by Azucena Grajo-Uranza -- Lights by Rodolfo del Rosario Victoria -- How I found my calling by Rony V. Diaz -- The quantum observer by Mark Gerard Rivera -- Poems -- two poems by Andres Cristobal Cruz -- Now I understand -- Sea scences -- One summer lost by raul R. Ingles -- Two poems by Tita Lacambra-Ayala -- Portrait of Reina -- Buenaventura -- Two poems by Hilario Francia -- A father to a painter-son -- Old Don : to a mirror -- Two poems by Paolo Manalo -- Galema -- Nihil Obstat -- It was the first string by Gode Calleja -- Two poems by Alejandrino G. Hufana -- Meanwhile in Manila -- Love salvages -- Naku! Poems by Maro Santaromana -- The cubist lover Guillaume Apollonaire by Virginia Moreno -- To Israel by Mila D. Aguilar -- Christmas carol, 1938 by Jose Garcia Villa -- Working clothes by Gelacio Guillermo -- Trees without leaves by Lina Sagaral Reyes -- Lifewatch by Edel Garcellano -- Essays -- To poet as book designer by virginia R. Moreno -- To live again and again by Lilia Ramos de Leon -- Woman in white by Jesus Q. Cruz -- Growing old, feeling young by Teresita E. Erestain -- The possibility of dreams by Azucena Grajo Uranza -- Doveglion : The E.E Commings and Jose Garcia Villa connection by John Edwin Cowen -- Delfin Fresnosa, Veronican by Teresita E. Erestain -- Houses of Spirits by Aida Rivera Ford -- Memoir : "I will show them my power" by Josephine Joan Edades -- Changes by Amelia Lapena-Bonifacio -- The contexts of fiction by Elmer A. Ordonez -- Ethical issues in literature by Azucena Grajo Uranza -- The novel of justice by N.V.M. Gonzales -- Homage to a musical legend by Ernesto V. Epistola -- Imagination goes berserk by Tomas T. Talledo.

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