"Here was the first collection of short stories by a Filipino to be published in the United States, just eight years since the publication of what is generally acknowledged as the first successful short story in English by a Filipino, Paz Marquez Benitez’s 'Dead Stars.'" - Jonathan Chua, 2013...
|Title||:||footnote to youth tales of the philippines and others|
|Number of Pages||:||323 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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footnote to youth tales of the philippines and others Reviews
A very wonderful story that everyone must read.The story tells about the current issue of the teenagers nowadays and this will surely help each and everyone for it gives a moral lesson that every person must know (especially the youngsters). (I only read Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa and not the whole book since it's the only copy I have.)
I love this story. The reason why it is called Footnote to Youth, it's because the footnote could be seen on the back page of the story. So, in this case, the author wanted to focus on the ending of the story. The fruit at the end. To youth, because it's for all the teenagers that can relate this days.
i want to read this!