Dekada ’70 (lit. “The ’70s”) is a Filipino drama film released based on the acclaimed novel by Filipino author, Lualhati Bautista. The film was restored by. Dekada ’70 (Dekada ‘ Ang Orihinal at Kumpletong Edisyon), translated literally into English as “Decade ’70’s”, is a Filipino novel written by Lualhati Bautista. Dekada ’70 [Lualhati Bautista] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from comments: Written even before the assassination of Nonoy.

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“Dekada ’70” Musical Set for a Limited Run this September

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Click on the link in the email. Until he took up birdwatching, and this personal encounter with nature brought out a less angry, yet more involved, more selfless part of him.

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We choose to commemorate this day by remembering the atrocities of his regime — all still palpable today. All I am I owe to my female parent.

And after a couple of months without returning to his house, Jules was revealed to have been married to Mara Ana Capri and they both have a baby boy. I will persistently strive harder to achieve my dreams and to help people.


Certainly, we could read the synopsis, cross-check with reviews or recommendations, but before any of this can be accomplished, we would already have instinctively formed prejudices on a book by its face.

We got nominated for the following categories: Isa sa mga elemento ng mga akda ni Bautista na nakakapagpukaw ng aking damdamin ay ang kaniyang pulitika sa pagsusulat. Dekada 70 was later adapted into a film by Star Cinema inwhich was starred by Christopher de Leon and Vilma Santos. This is a prime example of a patriarchal man.

Bakit naghihirap ngayon ang Pilipinas? This shows the suffering of a typical woman experienced in our country back 07 and still even in a lot of homes today, she is expected to become a housewife, nothing more. But a woman, you may tie up her body or force luslhati to wear a chastity belt; there is a type of freedom that nobody can take away from her: With this book I learned to appreciate my life.

Dekada 70 by Lualhati Bautista – Student’s Corner

Aug 14, Michael Gerald rated it did not like it. 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.

The married woman Amanda Vilma Santos and Julian Christopher Deleon belongs to a in-between category twosome with an ideological position. Its appeal lies in the evolution of its characters that embody the new generation of Filipinos. Being a member of a communist group, Jules had awakened Amanda to look on the current dictatorship of the government; he had made her skeptic on her belief that what the government do is for the betterment of the people and country itself.


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, deada walang pumapasok dekad isip. It captured I chose this book to read for our Tagalog book review in our Filipino subject.

My family is inclined with the field of medicine that is why I chose lkalhati be a doctor.

She realized her worth as a woman, as a person, through her own simple way of supporting the revolution because of her children. First book ko from Lhualhati Bautista ang ‘Dekada ’70 at napaka laki ng naiambag sa aking kamalayan ng librong ito.

We use cookies to give you the best experience possible. Pero hindi naman ganoong kagusto. Yong usap na sinasabi nila ang kanilang iniisip o nararamdaman. Details Additional Physical Format: He convinces that when Marcos was not yet a president in the past, the government signed a treaty between the United States, and the Philippines has no other choice but to recognize that treaty.