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    Let it be known This is the best book on Philippine History I have ever read It ought to be a basic text taken up by any serious student of h

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    Not every essay Nick Joauín wrote is agreeable but his arguments are thoughtful if not thought provoking and the ways he phrased them are a display of skill and intelligence He argued that the pre Hispanic civilization in the Philippine islands are not too far advanced compared to China and India He called it a heritage of smallness the Filipino works best on a small scale and by implication is unable to comm

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    This was my output for school so just an amateur attempt of summarizationas always I was not forced to publish this as a form of compliance to the course subject but I just wanted to post it here so that it will not go to waste after submiss

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    This is not a history book but a book about history and cultureThe grand design of this collection is accentuating the noteworthy and the mainstream air of what we considered history in our classrooms become footnotes against it Published in 1988 this collection of essays came out with a subtitle Culture and History Occasional Notes on the Process of Philippine Becoming 1988 From that it is obvious what that is all about Nick Joauin herald

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    I officially love Nick Joauin

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    A nation is not its politics or economics A nation is people And a nation changes only when the people changeThi

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    For everyone asking who and what is a Filipino this book is a must read A brilliant analysis of Filipino culture

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    Author Nick Joauin has been a discovery for me He wrote in prolific English that even surpassed in my opinion other native English authors His book gives much insight on what the Spanish colonization has contributed to the Filipino culture and All I know about the Philippines is what I reluctantly learned from Gregorio Zaide's high school textbook This a much h needed info of why we are what we are now as the F

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    Others may deplore your bad thinking process but if you say all these times you have been reading Nick Joauin thoughtfully rest in the thought that it's still an honor being deplored in this manner

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    Offers a superb and enlightening insights on Filipino identity history and culture It is a pity that this work has no citations or bibliography for further reading enjoyment A good starter for students of history

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Nick Joauin said Jose Garcia Villa is “the only Filipino writer with a real imagination the imagination of power and d Let it be known This is the best book on Philippine History I have ever read It ought to be a basic text taken up by any serious student of history Although not forced upon a student not interested in history at all for such readers I recommend Ambeth Ocampo Your experience of Philippine History and Philippine Contemporary News actually is not truly complete unless you ve digested a number of key points about the study of history raised here by Nick Joauin Not every chapter is as important as the rest but Culture and History A Heritage of Smallness and its companion piece at the very end of the book are absolute must readsMore details later the book is currently in storage as I m moving to a new city RE de Leon1144 PM 6 January 2011Agoo La Union Philippines Haunted only Filipino writer with a real imagination the imagination Flower In The Palace of power and d Let it be known This is the best book Star-Spider Speaks on Philippine History I have ever read It The Jacobins Daughter ought to be a basic text taken up by any serious student Mermen (The Mermen Trilogy, of history Although not forced upon a student not interested in history at all for such readers I recommend Ambeth Ocampo Your experience Jet-Setting Escort, Book 1 of Philippine History and Philippine Contemporary News actually is not truly complete unless you ve digested a number Bound of key points about the study Schlossöffnung - So öffnen Sie jede Tür of history raised here by Nick Joauin Not every chapter is as important as the rest but Culture and History A Heritage Metallurgie extractive du cobalt of Smallness and its companion piece at the very end Iyami Osoronga of the book are absolute must readsMore details later the book is currently in storage as I m moving to a new city RE de Leon1144 PM 6 January 2011Agoo La Union Philippines

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Eals behind his writings a genuine first rate mind” Reprinted in 2004 by Anvil with illustrations by Beaulah P Taguiwa Author Nick Joauin has been a discovery for me He wrote in prolific English that even surpassed in my opinion other native English authors His book gives much insight on what the Spanish colonization has contributed to the Filipino culture and All I know about the Philippines is what I reluctantly learned from Gregorio Zaide s high school textbook This a much h needed info of why we are what we are now as the Filipino Great read