Description. A winner of the Grand Prize of the Palanca Memorial Awards for. Literature () and another of the country’s bestselling literary novels in. Product details. Format Book | pages; Publication date 01 Jan ; Publisher Star Cinema and Cacho Pub. House; Publication City/Country United States. Hanggang sa ang bata ay hindi na bata kundi ama, o ina. Ano ang ituuro niya ngayon sa kanyang mga anak? Lahat ng dapat niyang matutuhan ngayon pa lang.
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Apr 13, Ron rated it it was amazing. It’s the 21st century and you can already exercise your right of suffrage, both father and mother are now working and they fight when they don’t agree, many woman have children without marrying, society no longer look down on them and yes women can do almost all the jobs that we men do and nobody gets surprised anymore.
Use the HTML below. Mas nainitindihan ko ang istorya. At si Lea ang isa sa mga tumutuligsa noon sa rehimeng Marcos. Edit Details Official Sites: For her, life is all about YOUR choices, and it makes who you are.
Lea’s Storychapter summaries in English, Geocities. Lola Sylvia Menggie Cobarrubias Napakaraming karakter ang ginampanan ni Lea sa nobelang ito: But only if you’re old enough to know that life isn’t black and white. Or maybe I did have a glimpse of it in TV but other than that, no, I haven’t seen the movie.
Lualhati Bautista’s award-winning novel was adapted to the big-screen with brilliant results: No trivia or quizzes bauyista.
There are a lot of times that I feel like in the future, I’m gonna be like the mother she is– a fighter and a lover for freedom and independence. A program and a celebration were held. While this may extract snickers from the young, or eye-rolling from the old, the title’s meaning actually goes deeper than that. For any woman to have two children from two different men is an ordeal, but women’s rights advocate Lea Vilma Santos is not just any woman: Share this Rating Title: Kanya ka, wala ako. Lahat ng dapat niyang matutuhan ngayon pa lang, hindi pagkamasunurin at pagkakimi, kundi pagkibo pag may sasabihin at paglaban pag kailangan.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Kasi nga di ba hindi pa uso ang single moms noon paaano minamaliit? Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Nakagawa siya ng isang matalino at makabuluhang istorya. Not only about her outdated slogan but also about the missing child, the protagonist desire to work and her right to think of herself.
She was also part of the Martial Law movement, part of the human rights group that put up posters, attended symposiums, all to deplore and defend the human rights of the Filipinos in the s. Lea’s Story 6. Aug 09, K.
If I were born during the Marcos era, this would have been my bible haha. As much as possible, I don’t give this rating because there are always somethings to like in a book. I love this book. She shows her love by giving her children independence and freedom to make mistakes and be themselves, while being there by their sides, helping them in times they should fall.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Mahirap ilarawan ang sitwasyon nya magulo,ikid-ikid at salasalabit na problema ang kanyang kinahaharap na may kinalaman sa kanyang marital status,pero hinaharap nya ang mga ito na ‘wala lang na parte iyon ng buhay at normal lang sa kanya.
But that is also part of the things I liked about her character – she acts in her own way. Story niya ng isang single mother named Lea Bustamante, nung panahong di pa uso ang single mother or nilo-look down pa ang mga single mother I have never watched the movie adaptation of this book or baka nakalimutan ko lang.
Writings by Various Authors includes translation of the works of Lualhati Bautista into Finnish and Englishedited and translated by Riitta Vartti, et al.
Here are some of my favorite quotes in the book: Then when both of her men have their own new wives, she asks her co-worker to have sex with her and it is for her sexual urge to be satisfied. This is the subject discussed and revealed by Lualhati Bautista’s novel which has 32 chapters.
Edit Did You Know? This book has so many layers for discussion. Dito umiikot ang kanilang mga buhay at inilalaan ang buong pagkato. But I also have to be honest to myself, right?
Bagamat ilang dekada na ang lumipas matapos maisulat ang nobelang ito pero palagay ko nakakasabay ito sa takbo ng panahon,dahil sinasalamin nito ang katayuan ng mga kababaihan sa lipunang mag pa hanggang sa ngayon may iilang nililimitahan parin ang kanilang kakayahan.
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Aug 28, Haeja rated it it was amazing Shelves: And this is also not a book that I bautusta recommend to read by everyone who can read in Filipino, especially by Filipinos. But Lea, Ojie, and Maya find themselves at crossroads when the fathers propose taking their respective kids with them. For me, it is the most valuable form of love someone can give to me– the freedom of my spirit, to be myself. The role of women were just to act upon their role as mothers who perform household chores, take care of the children, and take care of the needs of their husbands.
Bautista lays out the situation like it is.