What is it about?
The paper explores the extant novels of Aurelio Tolentino, an acclaimed Kapampangan novelist in the 20th-century. His novels manifest the colonial milieu of his time and express that their mutual quest for survival and sovereignty bound him with his audience,
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Why is it important?
The novels call for the perils of indifference and submissiveness.
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This page is a summary of: Survival and Sovereignty: Forces on the Rise in Aurelio Tolentino’s Novels, Manusya Journal of Humanities, December 2021, Brill, DOI: 10.1163/26659077-24020003.
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