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This is a novel written by award winning Filipino author, Linda Ty-Casper. Set in the Philippines during Marcos Dictatorship, the story's protagonist is a privileged woman who is the right-hand woman of Imelda Marcos, and who learns first hand what brutality meant under Martial Law. ...more
Paperback, 98 pages
Published October 28th 1988 by Cellar Book Shop (first published October 1988)
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After attending a party in a garden among socialites, the executive assistant of Imelda Marcos visited her estranged father. They argued about politics and the hot issues of the day. The father is a fervent critic of Marcos, the daughter does not care. In the end, both will be implicated in the New Society.

Linda Ty-Casper is perhaps the best living novelist from the Philippines, the one most deserving of winning the Nobel Prize for Literature. (F. Sionil José -- the supposedly best bet of this
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Linda Ty-Casper's A Small Party in a Garden is available in ebook form in Kindle and Nook. This is a fine novel set during the Marcos Dictatorship in the Philippines - a must-read. ...more
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Linda Ty-Casper is a highly-acclaimed Filipino writer. She was born as Belinda Ty in Manila, Philippines in 1931. Her father worked in the Philippine National Railways; her mother was a school teacher and textbook writer. It was her grandmother who told her stories about the Philippine struggle for independence, a topic she picked up in her novels. She has law degrees from the University of the Ph ...more

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