Mga Ibong Mandaragit (Birds of Prey)

Mga Ibong Mandaragit (Birds of Prey)

Amado V. Hernandez / Aug 11, 2020

Mga Ibong Mandaragit Birds of Prey None

  • Title: Mga Ibong Mandaragit (Birds of Prey)
  • Author: Amado V. Hernandez
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  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Amado V. Hernandez

        Amado Vera Hernandez was born in Hagonoy, Bulacan but grew up Tondo, Manila, where he studied at the Manila High School and at the American Correspondence School While being a reporter, columnist and editor of several newspaper and magazines including Watawat, Mabuhay, Pilipino, Makabayan and Sampaguita, he also honed his poetic craft He received the Republic Cultural Heritage Award, a number of Palancas and an award from the National Press Club for his journalistic achievements.After World War II, he became a member of the Philippine Newspaper Guild and his writings increasingly dealt with the plight of the peasants and laborers Influenced by the philosophy of Hobbes and Locke, he advocated revolution as a means of change In 1947, he became the president of the Congress of Labor Organization CLO His activities and writings led him to imprisonment from 1951 to 1956 Even in prison, he was still a leader and artist, spearheading education programs and mounting musical productions, plays and poetry reading It was during his incarceration that he wrote one his masterpiece, Mga Ibong Mandaragit Predatory Birds His prison writings were smuggled out by his wife, zarzuela star Honarata Atang dela Rama, who would become our National Artist for Music and Theater.Ka Amado died on 24 March 1970 in the wake of the First Quarter Storm, whose leaders and activists recited his words He left a legacy that includes Isang Dipang Langit An Arm Stretch of Sky , Kung Tuyo na ang Luha Mo, Aking Bayan When Your Tears Have Dried, My Country , Panata sa Kalayaan Pledge to Freedom , and the novel Luha ng Buwaya Crocodile Tears.He was posthumously honored as our National Artist for Literature in 1973 Together with poet Jose Garcia Villa, Amado V Hernandez was the first to receive the title in literature.Ka Amado gave voices to the oppressed peasants and laborers, rendering them powerful verses and plots that should have gone down as a compelling chronicle of a struggle of a people, but still prove to be an influential instrument in constituting reform and empowerment A literary artist that he is, Ka Amado remains to be a social and political leader, fast becoming to be an icon of the working class.


    715 Comments

    1. ”Mga Ibong Mandaragit is the first Filipino novel that has succeeded in giving us the true, disturbing image of ourselves and our experience.” - E. San Juan, Jr. Ph.D Harvard UniversityThis book was originally written in Filipino but has been translated into English and Russian. So, I decided to write the general review in English with some Taglish (mixed of Tagalog and English which is the hybrid language that most of us in Manila use nowadays), in the second half just to drive home some po [...]


    2. This is the book that made me fall in love with Tagalog. Until I read this book, I didn't realize how beautiful, passionate and poetic Tagalog could be.



    3. Mahirap sya basahin kase sobrang malalim na filipino ang ginamitNOSEBLEED ----- NOSEBLEED ----- NOSEBLEEDpero kahit malilim at medyo nakakaduling basahinnaipakita at nailahad ng maayos ang mensahe ng libro.Maraming matututunang "values" ang sinumang magbabasa nito.


    4. Me and my fellow classmates were supposed to read this book(ALL of it) for a subject because this was a major part of it but I wasn't able to(I didn't even get halfway) but it's okay 'cause most of them didn't too.


    5. Si Mando Plaridel, isang gerilyero sa panahon ng pakikidigma sa Hapon, ang nakatagpo sa maalamat na baul ng kayamanan. Sa pagkakakuha nito dito nagsimula ang kanyang adhikaing imulat ang bayan sa katotohanan. Ang nobelang ito ang isa sa mga pinakapaborito ko.









    6. If only they printed it with darker ink, I wouldn't be spending too much time deciphering the words that can hardly be seen. Love the story, especially Mando. :) (The question is: who doesn't?)




    7. Unang isinerye sa magasing Liwayway, ang nobela ay tumutugon at naglalatag ng kasagutan sa mga tanong na unang ibinigkas sa mga nobela ni Rizal. Nag-umpisa sa gitna ng Ikalawang Giyera Mondial, umusad ang kuwento sa mga panahong napalayas ang mga Hapon at tuluyang ipinagpala ng bansang Amerika ang soberenya ng Pilipinas. Bagamat malaya sa papel, nakagapos pa rin sa karalitaan ang karamihan sa mga Pilipino, dulot ng kasakiman at pang-aalipusta ng mga naghaharing-uri, panginoong maylupa man, negos [...]



    8. Mahirap bashin pero napakagandang katha. Totoong mahirap basahin ang nobelang ito ni Ka Amado. Malalim ang pananagalog, marami sa mga kataga sa libro ang hindi na masyadong ginagamit o madalis marinig, tulad ng kwalta, kukos balungos, mga pag gamit ng "'y" at "e" at mga katagang mga kudlit sa itaas ng mga patinig. Hindi lang iyan, marami ring mali o typographical error, minsa'y kulang o kaya'y walang pagitan ang mga salita. Isa pa ang pinaka huli, ay ang malabo at nakakahilong tinta ng pagkaimpr [...]


    9. Isang klasiko Pilipino na naghahayag ng kalagayang panlipunan noong Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig at pagkatapos ng giyera. Isinasalaysay dito ang katubusan sa pamamagitan ng pagpapaalam ng katotohanan at naghahayag ng kaisipang mapanghimagsik.









    10. I thank my alma mater for introducing this book to me. At a young age, my eyes were opened to socio-political issues that mattered then, and still matter now.




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