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Aurelio Tolentino

(1867–1915) Filipino revolutionary writer. In 1896 Tolentino was an avid member of the Philippine revolutionary movement called the Katipunan, headed by Andres Bonifacio. ...

Tolentino, Aurelio

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Rodolfo Vera

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance

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2005
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Performing arts, Theatre
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..., Aurelio ( 1867–1915 ) Filipino revolutionary writer. In 1896 Tolentino was an avid member of the Philippine revolutionary movement called the Katipunan, headed by Andres Bonifacio . Throughout the revolution against Spain and the war against the American colonizers, Tolentino wrote articles for several revolutionary papers, and was in and out of jail for seditious activities. He produced a total of 69 literary works, most of them plays and novels written in three languages: Spanish, Tagalog, and Pampango. His most famous play—which earned him...

Aurelio Tolentino

Aurelio Tolentino  

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(1867–1915)Filipino revolutionary writer. In 1896 Tolentino was an avid member of the Philippine revolutionary movement called the Katipunan, headed by Andres Bonifacio. Throughout the revolution ...
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Nicanor Tiongson

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance

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2005
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Performing arts, Theatre
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...artists continue to reflect and interpret change and the myriad conflicts in Philippine society, as they fuse realistic and non-realistic styles, adapting foreign dramatic genres to local material, and revitalize traditional forms. See also Baltazar, Francisco ; Tolentino, Aurelio ; Philippine Educational Theatre Association . Nicanor...

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Robin M. Jensen, Meredith J. Gill, and Ralph Dekoninck

The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine

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2014
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... adornata (Paris 1964). S. Dale , ‘I veri figli di Agostino e gli affreschi della chiesa di Sant’Agostino a Gubbio’, in Arte espiritualità nell’ordine agostiniano e il convento San Nicola a Tolentino (Tolentino 1994) 151–64. L. Dania and D. Funari , S. Agostino il Santo nella pittura dal XIV al XVIII secolo (Milan 1988). V. Davis , ‘Augustinian [Austin] Canons [Canons Regular]’, in Grove Art Online...

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