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American Historical Collection Guide to the Philippine Literature
Title and Author ANTHOLOGY
Ants and the Chandlers (The) by De Zuniga, Oscar Barter in Panay (from) by Demetillo, Ricardo New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 284 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 305-310 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 291 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 236-254 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 299-304 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 280 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 297 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 295-296 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 293-294 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 157-164 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 281-281 (PS9991.C375). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 28-37 (PS9992.3.F45). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 285 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 288 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 286 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 289-290 (PS9991.C375). New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 311-382 (PS9991.C375).

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Batik Maker by Moreno, Virginia R.

Dada by Morli, Anthony

Fable for Innocents (A) by San Juan, Epifanio

Farmer in a Wrong Career by Hufana, Alejandrino G. Fisherman (The) by Tiempo, Edith L.

Green Hearts by Tiempo, Edith L.

Hazards of Hearing an Explosion in Broad Daylight (The) by Torres, Emmanuel Impact of Literature on Philippine Society: A Historical Perspective (The) by Romulo, Carlos P. Keeper of the Lighthouse by Hufana, Alejandrio G. MIR-I-NISA by Villa, Jose Garcia

stage adaptation of the story

Morning of Ang Shiu, Chinese Storekeeper by Viray, Manuel A. Night and Day and Sunset, Sunrise by Moreno, Virginia R. Off the Aleutian Islands by Daguio, Amador T.

Order for Masks by Moreno, Virginia R.

Portrait of the Artist as Filipino (A) by Joaquin, Nick

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Pygmy Reservation by Hufana, Alejandro G.

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New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 279 (PS9991.C375). Rice Wine by Nolledo, Wilfrido New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 186-204 (PS9991.C375). Sea Beyond (The) by Gonzalez, N.V.M. New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 217-225 (PS9991.C375). So by Cruz, Andres Cristobal New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 178-185 (PS9991.C375). Socialist (The) by Arguilla, Manuel E. New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 205-216 (PS9991.C375). Sung by Torres, Emmanuel New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 292 (PS9991.C375). Suns Have Gone by Zuniga, Oscar De New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 283 (PS9991.C375). Suns Series and Shadow and Light by New writing from the Philippines: a critique and Moreno, Virginia R. anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 287 (PS9991.C375). Voyages by San Juan, Epifanio New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 298 (PS9991.C375). Wind Over the Earth by Brillantes, Gregorio C. New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 226-227 (PS9991.C375). Zita by Rotor, Arturo B. New writing from the Philippines: a critique and anthology by Casper, Leonard,1923-. p. 165-177 (PS9991.C375).

PLAY
Agustina of the Light Heart by Mack, Rachel At the Turn of the Road by Hizon Castro, Natividad O. Awakening by Estagle, Feliciana Bannatiran by Daguio, Amador T. Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 23-29 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 30-34 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 35-39 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 47-59 (PS9992.3.F45). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 97-103 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 39-45 (PS9992.3.F45). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 47-54 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 79-90 (PS9992.3.F45). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 1-8 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). A lesson in bargaining A domestic problem A realistic drama of the barrio Stage adaptation of the story "The Woman who looked Out of the Window" An international sketch (1939) Stage adaptation of the story "Wedding Dance" A contemplative comedy Stage adaptation of the story

Best Way to Die (The) by Wong, Benjamin B. Canao by Daguio, Amador T.

Cristina Goes by with the Goats by Mack, Rachel Difficulties of A Diplomat by Joaquin, Nick

Educating Josefina by Villa, Lilia

A satirical comedy

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Help Wanted by Nolasco, Domingo F. Husband of Mrs. Cruz (The) by Tan, Vidal A. Juan and the Magic Fruit by Edades, Jean Laarni: A Dream by Sulit, Loreto Paras

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Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 67-82 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 104-122 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 150-165 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 1-12 (PS9992.3.F45). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 136-141 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 13-25 (PS9992.3.F45). From book to stage :adaptation of classic Filipino stories by Florentino, Alberto S.. p. 61- 78 (PS9992.3.F45). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 123-128 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 142-149 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 40-46 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 60-66 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 55-59 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 83-96 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 9-22 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Short plays of the Philippines by . p. 129-135 (PS9992.3.E43 1950). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 246-250 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 279-289 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 506-514 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 101-107 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 40-48 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 209-218 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 70-82 (PS9992.4.R35).

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A comedy of the new housegirl An election comedy in three short acts A play for children (based on Philippine folklore) Stage adaptation of "Laarni: A Dream" A comedy of swift action Stage adaptation of the legend

Living Dead Man (The) by Rojo, Trinidad Mariang Makiling by

May Day Eve by Joaquin, Nick

Meeting in the Town Hall (The) by Tan, Vidal A. Mir-I-Nisa by Sicam, Geronimo D. and Casino, Jesus Other Tomorrows by Palarca, Julia Pining Goes Hollywood by Ricardo Alfiler, Mercedes S. Princess is Sorry (The) by Mijares, Jose M. Ranger Takes a Wife (A) by Nolasco, Domingo Sa Pula, Sa Puti by Rodrigo, Francisco A. Souls in Torment by Tan, Vidal

A glimpse from Rizal's Noli Me Tangere (The Social Cancer) A dramatization of the story by Jose Villa A drama of the exploited housegirl A comedy skit A gentle comedy A light comedy A comedy of the cockpit A glimpse from Rizal's Noli Me Tangere (The Social Cancer) Published in "Graphic", Jun 28, 1934 Published in "This Week, Nov. 28, 1948"

SHORT STORY
Adolescence by Arguilla, Manuel E. Amor Seco by Pedroche, C.V.

And Men Decay by Santos, Bienvenido N. Balthazar by Paras, Loreto Barrio Teacher (The) by Calalang, Casiano T.

Published in "Graphic", Jul 11, 1940 Published in "Graphic," Dec 11, 18, 1929 Published in "Literary Apprentice Magazine" Published in "The Evening News Saturday Magazine," Aug 30, 1947 Published in "Philippine Magazine," Apr 1937

Beautiful Horse (The) by Dizon, Paulo D.

Beetle (The) by Borje, Consorcio

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Beetle (The) by Borje, Consorcio Benediction by Arcellana, Francisco Blue Skull and the Dark Palms (The) by Gonzalez, N.V.M.

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Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 309-316 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 404-409 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 322-340 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 29-36 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 362-366 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 142-150 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 82-86 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 198-208 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 151-158 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 458-476 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 484-491 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 161-171 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 298-308 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 135-144 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 219-234 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 190-199 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 49-57 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 50-58 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 1-19 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 7-15 (PS9992.4.R35).

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Published in "Philippine Magazine", Apr 1937 Published in "Philippine Herald", Oct 12, 1938 Published in "The Sunday Times Magazine," Feb 12, 1950

Bolo (The) by Paras, Loreto Boy Left Behind by Victorio-Reyes, Ligaya Bridge (The) by Paras, Loreto

by

Published in "Philippines Free Press," Mar 5, 1927 Published in "Philippine Free Press", Oct 23, 1937 Published in "The Philippines Free Press" Published in "The Philippines Herald" Published in "The Evening News Saturday Magazine," Aug 23, 1942

Broken Parasol (The) by Lansang, Jose

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Bureaucrat's Morning by Viray, Manuel A.

Call (The) by Paras, Loreto

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Published in "The Philippine Herald" Published in "Herald Mid-Week Magazine", Apr 17, 1940 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jun 1940 Published in "Graphic", Apr 22,29, 1931 Published in "Graphic", Jan 7, 1937 Published in "Philippines Herald", Jun 14, 1930 Published in "The Evening News Saturday Magazine," Mar 6, 1948

Caps and Lower Case by Arguilla, Manuel E. Child Wife by Fresnosa, Delfin Conservation by Laya, Juan Cabreros Convict's Twilight by Rotor, Arturo B. Coward by Leano, Fernando Creole Song by Tiempo, Edilberto

Dahong Palay by Rotor, Arturo B.

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Published in "Sunday Tribung Magazine" Published in "The Philippine Herald" Published in "Philippines Herald, Jan 1, 1928" Published in "Philippines Herald," Sep 20, 1925 Published in "Philippine Magazine," Mar 1933

Dawn by Calalang, Casiano

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Dawn by Calalang, Casiano T. Dead Stars (The) by Benitez, Paz Marquez Death in Love by Hamada, Sinai C.

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Descent (The) by Calalang, Casiano

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Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 58-65 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 9-16 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 73-79 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 375-382 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 445-451 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 492-505 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 275-283 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 199-207 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 270-274 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 234-237 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 43-49 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 248-264 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 290-306 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 41-59 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 251-261 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 28-40 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 120-126 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 87-90 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 159-165 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 235-247 (PS9992.4.R35).

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Published in "The Philippines Herald" Published in "Philippines Herald"

Desire by Latorena, Paz

Desire by Latorena, Paz Dirt by Fernandez, Guillermo L. Donato's Quandary by Pedroche, Conrado V. Evening of a Poet by Faustino, Salvador Exile by De Jesus, Angel G. Far From the City by Santos, Bienvenido N. Far Horizons by Gonzalez, N.V.M. Farmer in the Sunset by Reyes, Narciso G. Fence (The) by Villa, Jose Garcia Fifth Man (The) by Javellana, Stevan

Published in "Philippine Herald," Jul 15, 1928 Published in "Graphic", May 12, 1938 Published in "Promenade", Jul 1939 Published in "Herald Mid-Week Magazine", Jun 19, 26, 1940 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Nov 1935 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Aug 1933 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Nov 1935 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jan 1934 Published in "Philipines Free Press," Dec 24, 1927 Published in "The Evening News Saturday Magazine," Oct 30, 1948 Published in "The Sunday Times Magazine," Jun 5, 1949

Fight (The) by Agcaoili, T.D.

Flower Shop by Rotor, A.B.

Published in "Graphic, Jul. 1934"

Flower Shop by Rotor, Arturo Footnote to Youth by Villa Garcia, Jose

Published in "Graphic", Jul 5, 1934 Published in "Jose Garcia Villa ," Copyright 1933 by Charles Scribner's Sons Published in "Philippines Herald," Jan 26, 1930 Published in "The Philippines Herald" Published in "The Evening News Saturday Magazine," Jan 25, 1947 Published in "The Sunday Times Magazine," Apr 25, 1948

Footnote to Youth by Villa, Jose Garcia For the Last Time by Litiatco, Alfredo Elfren

Forest of Tall Trees by Gabilla, Antonio S.

Great Lover (The) by Bulosan, Carlos

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Harvest by Paras, Loreto His Masterpiece by Litiatco, Al Elfren

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Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 127-134 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 91-97 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 21-28 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 166-174 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 426-433 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 238-245 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 420-425 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 169-175 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 66-72 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 159-168 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 266-269 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 83-94 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 367-374 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 111-116 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 229-233 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 59-66 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 127-135 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 98-104 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 1-6 (PS9992.4.R35).

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Published in "Philippines Herald", Feb 9, 1930 Published in "The Philippines Herald" Published in "The Philippine Herald" Published in "Philippine Evening News Saturday Magazine," Jun 14, 1947 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Feb 1939 Published in "Literary Apprentice", 1934 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jan 1939 Published in "The Philippines Herald" Published in "The Philippine Collegian" Published in "The Philippine Free Press" Published in "Literary Apprentice", 1935 Published in "Philippine Magazine," Apr 1938

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His Prisoner by Paras, Loreto

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Home Is Where by Victorio-Fruto, Ligaya

House That I Built (The) by Santos, Bienvenido N. How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife by Arguilla, Manuel E. Hunger in Barok by Gonzalez, N.V.M. Hurt Pride by Retizos, Isidro L.

by

In Parable by Castro, Fidel D.

by

In the Shrine by Paras, Loreto

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Interlude (The) by Arcellana, Francisco It Isn't Just Horses by Litiaco, Alfredo Elfren

It Isn't Just Horses by Litiatco, Alfredo E. Itay Will Go Home Tonight by Martinez, Alvaro L. Life and Death in a Mindoro Kaingin by Gonzalez, N.V.M. Life's By Road by Ner, A.G. Life's By- Road by Ner, A.G.

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Published in "Philippine Magazine", Apr 1938 Published in "Philippines Free Press" Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jan 1934 Published in "Philippines Free Press," Jan 8, 1928 Published in "Philippines Free Press" Published in "The Philippines Free Press" Published in "Philippine Magazine," Jun 21, 1932

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Longfellow and Shakespeare by Litiatco, Al Elfren Love of Virgil and Cely (The) by Espinoza, Lazaro M.

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Love of Virgil and Cely (The) by Espinoza, Lazaro M.

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Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 1-6 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 17-20 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 398-403 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 452-457 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 288-290 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 477-483 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 95-104 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 16-27 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 215-221 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 136-141 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 67-72 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 346-354 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 150-160 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 222-228 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 324-335 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 105-110 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 383-392 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 122-131 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 262-265 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 434-444 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 355-361 (PS9992.4.Y3P5).

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Published in "Philippine Magazine," Mar 1933

Major's Story (The) by Pascual, Mariano C.

Published in "Philippine Free Press" Published in "Commonwealth Advocate", Jul 1938 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Feb 1940 Published in "Literary Apprentice", 1936 Published in "Graphic", May 16, 1940 Published in "Philippine Magazine," Nov 1938

Man Who Played For David (The) by Pedroche, Conrado V. Marriage by Daguio, Amador T. Marriage was Made (A) by Arcellana, Francisco Maternity Leave by Victorio-Reyes, Ligaya Mats (The) by Arcellana, Francisco

MidSummer by Arguilla, Manuel E.

Published in "Philippine Magazine," Oct 1933

Midsummer by Arguilla, Manuel E. Milkman of Makiling (The) by Panganiban, J. Villa Milkman of Makiling (The) by Panganiban, Villa J. Morning in Nagrebcan by Arguilla, Manuel E. Night in the Hills (A) by Benitez, Paz Marquez Nipa Hut by Villanueva, Lydia C. O Perfect Day by Alfon, Estrella D. Oh, Doctor! by Litiatco, Al Elfren

Published in "Philippine Magazine", Oct 1933 Published in "Philippine Education Magazine" Published in "Philippine Education Magazine," Jun 1928 Published in "Philippine Free Press", Aug 18, 1937 Published in "Literary Apprentice", 1931 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Nov 1933 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jun 1937 Published in "Philippines Free Press" Published in "Graphic", Jun 16, 1938 Published in "Philippine Magazine, Nov. 1939"

One Day and the Next by Alfon, Estrella D. Patricia of the Green Hills by Ramos, Maximo

Pioneer by Gonzalez, N.V.M. Poor Folk by Mallari, I.V. Rainbow by the Sea by Daguio, Amador T.

Published in "Philippine Magazine", Aug 1934 Published in "Philippine Free Press", Apr 1, 1939 Published in "The Tribune", Sept 12, 1937

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Rice and Bullets by Ocampo, Hernando R.

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Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 60-69 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 307-321 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 265-278 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 336-345 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 37-42 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 20-28 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 80-90 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 117-126 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 175-197 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 91-100 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 30-34 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 185-193 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 105-121 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 410-419 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 515-530 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 393-397 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 208-214 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 291-297 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 176-179 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 172-180 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 531-535 (PS9992.4.Y3P5).

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Published in "Sunday Tribune Magazine," Apr 1937

Sakai by Arguilla, Lyd

Published in "The Philippine Free Press," Oct 22, 1949

Scent of Apples by Santos, Bienvenido N.

Published in "This Week," Nov. 15, 1948

Servant Girl by Alfon, Estrella D. Small Key (The) by Latorena, Paz Soft Clay by Calalang, Casiano T. Song of the Arrow (The) by Paras, Loreto Summer Dawn by Mijares, Milagros F.

Published in "Philippine Magazine", Aug 1937 Published in "Philippines Herald," Nov 6, 1927 Published in "Philippines Herald, Aug 15, 1926" Published in "Philippines Free Press," Jan 26 and Feb 2, 1929 Published in "Philippine Education Magazine" Published in "The Evening News Saturday Magazine," Jun 21, 1947 Published in "Graphic," Aug 7, 1929 Published in "The Philippine Herald" Published in "Graphic", Oct 12, 1932 Published in "Philippine Magazine," Dec 1938

Summer Solstice (The) by Joaquin, Nick

Sunset by Latorena, Paz Tale of A Cat (The) by Alejandria, Eleuterio

Tanabata's Wife by Hamada, Sinai C Tandoz by Fresnosa, Delfin

Tandoz by Fresnosa, Delfin Three Generations by Joaquin, Nick Three Girls by Espinosa, Lazaro R. To Be a Man by Borje, Consorcio Tragedy at Lumba's Bend by Fresnosa, Delfin Trap (The) by Schnabel, Ralp

Published in "Philippine Magazine", Dec 1938 Published in "Graphic", Sept 5, 1940 Published in "Graphic", Jul 7, 1938 Published in "Graphic", Aug 5, 1933 Published in "Graphic", Sept 3, 1936 Published in "Philippine Education Magazine" Published in "Graphic", Sept 9, 1931 Published in "The Tribune", Sept 23, 1940

Untitled Story by Villa, Jose Garcia Veteran of the War by Locsin, Teodoro M.

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Title and Author
Wander Lust by Dugenio, Fausto Washerwoman' Daughter (A) by Villon, Alfredo B. Water from the Well by Alfon-Rivera, Estrella

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Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 145-149 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine cross-section: an anthology of outstanding Filipino short stories in English by Ramos, Maximo Dumlao,1910-. p. 132-158 (PS9992.4.R35). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 317-323 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 181-184 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 194-198 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories :best 25 stories of 1928 by Villa, Jose Garcia,1908-1997. p. 73-81 (PS9993.V5P45 1928). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 284-287 (PS9992.4.Y3P5). Philippine short stories, 1925-1940 by Yabes, Leopoldo Y. (Ed.). p. 108-119 (PS9992.4.Y3P5).

Notes
Published in "Graphic", Jun 25, 1930 Published in "The Phiilppine Free Press" Published in "Philippine Magazine," Sep-Oct 1940

We or They by Ocampo, Hernando R. Woman Who Became Alive (The) by Hamada, Sinai C. Woman Who Looked Out of the Window (The) by Daguio, Amador T. Yesterday by Dayrit, Amando G.

Published in "The Tribune", Apr 18, 1937 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jul 1932 Published in "Philippine Magazine", Jun 1933 Published in "The Philippines Herald" Published in "Story Manuscripts", 1935 Published in "Philippines Herald," Jan 5, 1930

Yesterday's Tomorrow by Reyes, Cornelio S. Zita by Rotor, Arturo B.

Monday, August 06, 2012

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