Dekada '70 (Ang Orihinal at Kumpletong Edisyon)

Dekada Ang Orihinal at Kumpletong Edisyon Definitely a political novel More than the individual story of a mother watching her sons grow and plunge into real life Dekada is an indictment of martial law and here Lualhati minces no worlds

  • Title: Dekada '70 (Ang Orihinal at Kumpletong Edisyon)
  • Author: Lualhati Bautista
  • ISBN: 9789711790233
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Definitely a political novel More than the individual story of a mother watching her sons grow and plunge into real life, Dekada 70 is an indictment of martial law, and here, Lualhati minces no worlds Female Forum, November 21, 1983

    Dekada by Lualhati Bautista Dekada ang pangalawang nobela ni Lualhati Bautista na nabasa ko Sa katunayan, masasabi kong ito ang pinakapaborito ko sa kaniyang apat na nobela Dalawang beses ko na itong nabasa at sa unang beses na nabasa ko ito noong huling semestre ko sa kolehiyo ay naaalala kong una ko na palang nakatagpo ang isang bahagi nito bilang isang tinalakay na akda sa Filipino noong highschool Ngunit Dekada nobela , ang malayang ensiklopedya Para sa pelikula, tingnan ang Dekada pelikula Ang Dekada Dekada Ang Orihinal at Kumpletong Edisyon , ay isang nobelang Pilipino na isinatitik ni Lualhati Bautista Ito ay isang pagsasalaysay ng mga pangyayari sa buhay ng isang pamilyang nahagip sa kalagitnaan ng mga magulong dekada ng . Pagsusuri sa Dekada tina_blog Dekada Shared via AddThis Ang pelikulang Dekada na hinango sa nobela ni Lualhati Bautista ay umiikot sa pamilya Bartolome sa panahon ng Batas Militar. dekada project pauline Mga Tauhan ng Dekada Si Amanda Bartolome ay isang babaeng nagsisikap matunton at maunawaan ang tunay na kahulugan ng pagiging isang babae sa gitna ng masalimuot na kalagayan ng bansa noong dekada sa ilalim ng Batas Militar. Dekada Ang Orihinal at Kimpletong Edisyon Buy Dekada Ang Orihinal at Kimpletong Edisyon by Lualhati Bautista ISBN from s Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Grade Filipino Module Dekada Buod Wattpad Dekada Buod Ni Lualhati Bautista Ang panahon ng Martial Law ay nagdulot ng ibayong hirap sa mamamayang Pilipino Isang di makatao at di makatarungang gobyerno na Buod ng nobelang dekada final SlideShare Buod ng nobelang dekada God made a world out of hs dreams, Of magic mountains, oceans and streams Kasama ang paghingi ng paumanhin sa may ari ng tula na hi Filipino Dekada angelomirabel Ang Dekada ay tumatalakay sa hangarin ng isang babae nag magkaroon ng sariling katangi tanging pagkakakilanlan Si Armanda Bartolome, sa simula ng nobela, ay isang karaniwang maybahay at ina, naghahanda ng kape ng asawa, at nangangalaga sa mga pangangailangan ng mga anak sa paaralan. Sikat na actress noong DEKADA na si Alona Alegre Dating actress at tita ni Maja Salvador na si Alona Alegre pumanaw na, siya ay sumikat noong dekada Ang totoo niyang pangalan ay Maria Lourdes Salvador at Dekada film Dekada lit The s is a Filipino drama film released based on the acclaimed novel by Filipino author, Lualhati Bautista The film was restored by the ABS CBN Film Archive.

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    About "Lualhati Bautista"

    1. Lualhati Bautista

      She was born in Tondo, Manila on December 2, 1945 to parents Esteban Bautista and Gloria Torres She studied in public schools, both in her elementary and high school years She graduated from the Emilio Jacinto Elementary School in 1958 and from Torres High School in 1962.She took up Journalism in the Lyceum of the Philippines, and eventually stopped schooling because all she wanted to do was write She started writing while she was still 16 years old, and was mainly influenced by her parents who were into composing and poem writing Her first stories were published in the magazine, Liwayway She was the vice president of the Screenwriters Guild of the Philippines and the chair of the Kapisanan ng mga Manunulat ng Nobelang Popular She became a national fellow for fiction of the University of the Philippines Creative Writing Center in 1986 She often joins in writing contests, only now she is one of the judges Until now, Ms Lualhati Bautista is one of the sought after writers of our time.Ms Lualhati Bautista is known for her outstanding and award winning novels Among these, are Gapo 1980 , Dekada 70 1983 , and Bata, Bata, Pa no Ka Ginawa 1984 All of these won the grand prize in the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature Aside from this, she has written numerous poems and short stories, some of which were compiled in an anthology In addition to being a novelist, Lualhati Bautista is also a movie and television scriptwriter and a short story writer Her first screenplay is Sakada Seasonal Sugarcane Workers , a story written in 1972 that exposed the plight of Filipino peasants Copies of the script were even confiscated by the military As a writer, Lualhati Bautista received recognition from the Philippine s Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature and then the Surian ng Wikang Pambansa in 1987 Her award winning screenplays include Bulaklak sa City Jail 1984 , Kung Mahawi Man ang Ulap 1984 , Sex Object 1985 Among the screen play writing awards she received include recognition from the Metro Manila Film Festival best story best screenplay , Film Academy Awards best story best screenplay , Star Awards finalist for best screenplay , FAMAS finalist for best screenplay , and URIAN awards Two of her short stories also won the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, namely Tatlong Kuwento ng Buhay ni Julian Candelabra Three Stories in the Life of Juan Candelabra , first prize, 1982 and Buwan, Buwan, Hulugan mo Ako ng Sundang Moon, Moon, Drop Me a Sword , third prize, 1983 She was honored on 10 March, 2004 during the 8th Annual Lecture on Vernacular Literature by Women by the Ateneo Library of Women s Writings ALIWW Among the television dramas she wrote include Daga sa Timba ng Tubig 1975 and Isang Kabanata sa Libro ng Buhay ni Leilani Cruzaldo 1987 The latter won best drama story for television from the Catholic Mass Media Awards.

    269 thoughts on “Dekada '70 (Ang Orihinal at Kumpletong Edisyon)”

    1. While I’m on a classic reading binge, I thought it only fair to include a Filipino classic novel (written in Filipino). [Book:Dekada ‘70] translated in English as “Decade ‘70” is an account of a woman living in a “man’s world” during those difficult years when Martial Law was declared in the Philippines. Narrated by Amanda, a mother of five boys, the novel strongly portrays the struggles of a woman during those times when gender equality wasn’t a well-known concept yet and wome [...]


    2. Note: This review was written as a course requirement for my class: History of Women and Feminism in the Philippines.“Dahil sila’y mga babae… at imposible para sa babae na kalabanin ang lalaki. It’s a man’s world.”(Translation: It’s because they are women… and it is impossible for women to oppose men, it’s a man’s world.)These are the words of Julian, a husband, a father, to her wife on why women should not get irritated with him. This is a prime example of a patriarchal man. [...]


    3. Hindi ko namalayan nang nagkaroon ng Martial Law sa Pilipinas. Hindi dahil bata pa ako pero dahil noong panahong iyon, 1972-1981 ay nakatira ang aming pamilya sa isang isla sa Dagat Pacifico. Ang natatandaan ko lang ay may mga araw na walang pasok at si Ina at Ama ay nakikinig ng radyo halos buong hapon. Nauulinigan ko pa ang boses ni Marcos: malumanay, mabagal at parang pagod. Sabi ni Ama, ganoon daw talaga ang matatalino, mabagal magsalita.Curfew pagdating ng hatinggabi? Sa isla noon, nakahiga [...]


    4. Madalas na nabanggit ang mga katagang "it's a man's world" sa akda, ngunit ganoon nga ba? Sa bandang huli'y binawi din ang mga katagang ito ng "'s a woman's world, too." Ako ay naniniwala sa pagkakapantay-pantay ng mga kasarian. Ganon pa man, hindi ko maisantabi ang malinaw na malinaw na pangingibabaw ng kababaihan sa obrang ito ni Lualhati Bautista: Ina ang may-akda. Ina rin ang tagapagsalaysay ng kuwento ng kanyang mag-anak, sa gitna ng mga kasakitan ng Inang Bayan. Ina ng tahanan, Inang Bayan [...]


    5. Walang subersibo dito. Bakit magiging subersibo ang katotohanan?(There's nothing subversive here. Why will the truth be considered subversive?)– Dekada '70Lualhati Bautista gained notoriety when Dekada '70 came out in 1984, after having shared the grand prize for the Palanca Award for Best Novel one year previous. This novel about a Filipino family drastically affected by forces beyond their control was a national narrative of resistance against the Marcos dictatorship, against its repression [...]


    6. First book ko from Lhualhati Bautista ang 'Dekada '70 at napaka laki ng naiambag sa aking kamalayan ng librong ito.Pano nga ba tutugon si Amanda Barlome sa hamon ng panahon na kung saan ang mga katulad n'ya ay nakatali lang sa pagiging isang ina( ng 5 lalaki) at may bahay ni Julian Bartolome.Kung toto'usin napaka simpleng obligasyon lamang ito sa kanya gayong siya at ang kanyang pamilya ay naka ririwasa sa buhay.Pero sa loob n'ya lagi n'yang kinukustiston ang kanyang sarili kung ano ba talaga an [...]


    7. Minsan lang kung magbigay ako ng 5 stars sa isang libro. Minsan lang din naman kung makabasa ako ng librong talagang deserving ng 5 stars. Laging may kulang, o may sobra. Pero dito sa nobelang ito ni Lualhati Bautista, tamang tama. Nasa tren ako nung huli kong sinara ang pabalat nito, at tanda ko pag-unat ng ulo ko mula sa pagkakayuko sa libro, wala akong masabi, at walang pumapasok sa isip. Tubig kung pakuluin ni Lualhati ang bawat tagpo sa libro. Simula sa pagiging ina ni Amanda Bartolome, sa [...]


    8. Ang aklat na ito ay kalimitang ipinapabasa sa mga mag-aaral ng Pre-Law pero sa aking palagay ito ay nararapat mabasa ng bawat Pilipino. Ito ay makatotoong paglalarawan ng buhay sa nakaraang Martial Law at rehimeng Marcos. Kung saan ang babae ay walang layang mag-isip o gumawa ng kahit ano para sa sarili niya. kung saan ang pagbibigay ng sariling pananaw ay maaring magresulta sa iyong pagkadakip, pagka-salvage o pagkawala na hindi na nakikita ng pamilya at kaibigan na ang sa salitang Metrocom at [...]


    9. In one of the darkest period of Philippine history where a dictator had led us and brought the government on corruption era; where political interest mattered more than the public welfare; where freedoms were suppressed; and where communist-led movements for ousting Marcos' administration had emerged; and where women were disregarded in the "men's world", have you ever wondered how a woman sees the society?Portrayed in the Martial Law era, Lualhati Bautista had enveloped me the thoughts most of [...]


    10. I chose this book to read for our Tagalog book review in our Filipino subject. I was a bit hesitant on reading this mainly because I'm more comfortable reading English novels.but this book, I swear was surprisingly (not just good but) great. I really did enjoy it and understood more about Philippines' history and how the right ones are oppressed, and the women, while they play a GREAT role in the community, is usually treated like a servant.All in all, this book is really great. It captured a lo [...]


    11. "Habang nakagapos sa kaapihan at kahirapan ang malaking bilang ng mamamayang Pilipino, hindi tayo malaya."Matapos basahin ang Dekada, napagpasyahan ko na basahin pa ang iba pang libro ni Lualhati Bautista, gaya ng Bata, bata at Desaparesidos. Natapos ko nang basahin ang Gapo.Tahasang pagsusulat. Walang takot. Bulgar.Habang binabasa ang libro, naiisip ko ang aking Ina. Ang pag-aaruga niya sa amin ng Kapatid ko. Kung ano na nga ba'ng gusto niyang gawin sa buhay bukod sa pag-iintindi sa amin ng kap [...]


    12. I was born in 1975, Too young to remember the effects of Martial Law which was placed by the "Lord Voldemort" of the Philippines. With this book I learned to appreciate my life. Specially after my parents verified things that were written in this novel which I refused to believe at first.


    13. endless struggle. woman's oppression in the society, dilemma of teenagers trying to prove that they have something to say, tyranny of the fathers at home. girl power




    14. Dekada '70 ni Lualhati BautistaDekada '70 ang pangalawang nobela ni Lualhati Bautista na nabasa ko. Sa katunayan, masasabi kong ito ang pinakapaborito ko sa kaniyang apat na nobela. Dalawang beses ko na itong nabasa at sa unang beses na nabasa ko ito noong huling semestre ko sa kolehiyo ay naaalala kong una ko na palang nakatagpo ang isang bahagi nito bilang isang tinalakay na akda sa Filipino noong highschool. Ngunit hindi ko pa ito lubusang maintindihan noon. Basta ang naaalala ko ay ang tagpo [...]


    15. I had to read "Dekada '70" back in college as an assignment, but thankfully, it turned out to be a good readThe book, I believe, gives good insights to the perils of martial lawBut more importantly, I think the book tells more of a woman's "enlightenment" and journey to "self-empowerment" On a personal note, I remember lending it to my mom. When she returned it to me, she said the book made her paranoid a couple of hours after having read it. Apparently, she was on duty when went through the boo [...]


    16. Peminista. Bagamat tumatalakay din sa usaping pampulitika sa rehimen ng dating pangulong si Marcos. Nabasa ko ito noong ako'y nasa ika-limang baitang sa elementarya. Binigay ito ng aking ama dahil nanghihingi ako sa kanya ng English novels na mababasa, ngunit ito ang ibinigay niya. Sa kasalukuyan, hiniram ito ng aking kamag-aral at, sa kasawiang-palad, hindi niya pa binabalik sa akin ang libro. Nakakatuwa ang linyang, "It's a man's world." ni Julian. Tama ba talagang ang mundo ay mundo lamang ng [...]


    17. I like the simplicity of this book. This is very accessible to any reader. I love the way it is so short and yet full of startling and sometimes unsettling scenes. I learned a lot of how things used to be when Martial Law was implemented. Besides, I do admire this great writers works. L love the succinct way of her storytelling, but the impact it gives are very good.


    18. Beautiful.Written originally in Filipino, it is a story of a mother's love and unfailing faith. Though there are some scenes that I find highly graphic, I still liked it enough to read it cover-to-cover without skipping much information. Loved it.


    19. The minor blunders which the copyreaders failed to edit is already nothing to me. The story itself is powerful, with a strong lead narrating to us the triumphs and tribulations of her family amid the Marcos reign in the 70s.


    20. It's a great political book.Although I haven't watched the movie yet, the book by itself represents how a Filipino should view his/her country.Dapat mahalin ang bansa hindi lang dahil sa isang militante.


    21. Absolutely amazing book! One of those rare required readings for high school that didn't feel like homework. She captured the era so well that it gives later generations (like me!) a chance to relive it and appreciate the freedom we were born with.


    22. the only filipino book i ever read. read it a looooong time ago. very graphic. very sad. i remember i had to put it down a few times because i just couldn't handle all the gory details. will find a copy so i can read it again.


    23. Nagustuhan ko ang nobelang ito. Pero hindi naman ganoong kagusto. Ewan ko, pero dahil na rin siguro sa napanood ko na ang pelikula nito starring Vilma Santos noong early 2000 kaya para bang alam ko na 'yung takbo ng istorya kahit paano.


    24. got the book because it was an assigned reading back in college and i never regretted putting it in my shelf.r a child who grew up after the dictatorship, this is a good glimpse of the era



    25. A feminist view of living in a patriarchal society. This book embarks how women can fight for their right to be a part of the society and not just mere inferiors to men. Really enjoyable read.


    26. Nah, for me, this novella just didn't appeal to me. This was the only required reading in high school that I did not like a bit.


    27. A mother, a family, and a society struggling to survive a government of hate, corruption and oppression. The story is beautifully told with utmost sincerity without being sentimental.


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