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IMAGINATION'S WAY: Essays Critical and Personal divides into three parts: the first, "The Short of It," comprises five short pieces that altogether compose a synopsis of the second part, "And the Long," where the principal motifs- our people's story, the work of imagination, and the poem's making- interweave among the five critical essays. The third part, "And Mostly Perso ...more
Paperback, First Edition, 117 pages
Published 2010 by Univerity of Santo Tomas Publishing House
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thought-provoking and often inspiring, poet and scholar gemino abad explores a life's work of thought here. discussing creativity, language, and the imagination, as well as some personal essays, imagination's way is a good if sometimes challenging read. those with an interest in philippine literature will want a copy of this ...more
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The poet and literary critic Gémino H. Abad was born on February 5, 1939 in Sta. Ana, Manila.

At present, he is a University Professor Emeritus at the University of the Philippines. His current writing and research include “Upon Our Own Ground”, a two- volume historical anthology of short stories in English, 1956- 1972, with critical introduction; “Our Scene So Fair”, a book of critical essays on
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