Mayroon itong 60,, salita o , pahina. Noong ika siglo, naging istilo nito ang lumang pag-ibig at naging bahagi ng mga pangunahing literary genre. Ngayon, ito ay kadalasan may istilong artistiko at isang tiyak na istilo o maraming tiyak na istilo. Ito rin ay isang mahabang kathang pampanitikan na naglalahad ng mga pangyayari na pinaghahabi sa isang mahusay na pagbabalangkas na ang pinakapangunahing sangkap ay ang pagkakalabas ng hangarin ng bayani sa dako at ng hangarin ng katunggali sa kabila -isang makasining na pagsasalaysay ng maraming pangyayaring magkasunod at magkakaugnay.
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My friend Juan rated this with 4 stars so I was compelled to do the same. Juan is one of my GR friends who read my reviews. I am always excited to have new friends who actually try to know me more by reading what I write. There is some kind of hope that true friendship is somewhere in the offing. Shiela is correct; those who claim to be your friends but do not read your reviews or even your profile may not really be true as they are not interested to know more about you.
After all, even your taste on books speak a lot about you, am I not right? We still read foreign books but we make it sure that we read at least one local book together very two months. Kangkong is a passage-to-manhood story of a young man, Plorante Acabo amidst the backdrop of the famous battle, The Cry of Balintawak or the early uprisings of the Filipino rebels called katipuneros against the Spanish government.
Others in cameo roles are Macario Sacay, Emilio Jacinto and all the lesser-known participants in the revolution. There are parts where Alabado spends a lot of time giving the details of the scenery, that I like, but I would presume to be boring to most readers. If you try to imagine the places mentioned in the book compared to what they are now, I am sure this book would be interesting to you too.
I really liked this book.