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Rizal in Our Time: Essays in Interpretation

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Rizal is the great "enigma," so goes the official doxa and conventional wisdom. Because of this indeterminacy, the ruling elite and its states agencies are utilizing everything in their power to make Rizal, his life and writings, help to resolve its legitimacy crisis.
Mass Market Paperback, Revised Edition, 212 pages
Published May 2011 by Anvil Publishing, Inc. (first published 1997)
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Epifanio San Juan, Jr. is a Filipino cultural critic and public intellectual. His works span a broad spectrum of fields and disciplines, from cultural studies, comparative literary scholarship, ethnic and racial studies, postcolonial theory, semiotics to philosophical inquiries in historical materialism.

San Juan applies a Gramscian approach and a critical Marxist optic on cultural events and texts
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