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Looking for Jose Rizal in Madrid : journeys, latitudes, perspectives, destinations

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Paperback, 285 pages
Published January 28th 2004 by University of the Philippines Press (first published 2004)
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In "Looking for Jose Rizal in Madrid", famed fictionist Gregorio Brillantes stays true to the book's (actually an essay collection) title: searching for the Filipino (Rizal as the symbol of that Filipino) in all the places he manages to set foot in: from the crowded masses in Quiapo to the isolated communities in Northern Luzon, to his hometown in Camiling, Tarlac- vividly capturing each place's local texture. Brillantes also journeys through Spain, Mexico, and some South American countries such ...more
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Gregorio C. Brillantes, a Palanca Award Hall of Famer and a multi-awarded fiction writer,[1] is one of the Philippines' most popular writers in English.
Known for his sophisticated and elegant style. He often writes about individuals under thirty, adolescent or post adolescent ones who struggle with alienation from family, society and from themselves. His earlier collection of short stories earned
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