Category Archives: Literature

Looking for Books Written by Sorsoganons or About Sorsogon?

For those who are interested to get hold of books about Sorsogon and its locales and/or written by Sorsoganons, one can visit the Sorsogon Provincial Museum and Heritage Center at capitol compound. Advertisements

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2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 56,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this … Continue reading

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From leprosarium, a community life

By Juan Escandor Jr. Philippine Daily Inquirer 9:47 pm | Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 CABUSAO, Camarines Sur–Maria Dichoso Rull, 83, has nothing more to ask in life; she is contented living inside a hospital ward and her children never fail … Continue reading

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Orosipon – Buhay sa San Isidro, Bacon, nan poblacion kan Castilla san Giyera

Most of those who grew up missing the Second World War, there’s a persistent impression that Japanese were everywhere. I can still remember the story of the Sorsogon National High School’s being the Japanese stockade where hundreds of Filipinos were … Continue reading

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The Blog Admin’s Dilemma

This site started with an intent to consolidate all information, coming from different sources, about the author’s home province. One thing that the author didn’t realize is that information is agnostic. Lately, due to some improvement on Google search skill … Continue reading

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Orosipon – Series of Old Story from Those Who Witnessed It

orosipon – a Bikolnon word for “story,” suggests a refusal to fixity both in terms of the location of the narrator and the structure itself of the story: the story never stops being formed as it passes through multiple speakers. … Continue reading

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