“In scintillating prose, and demonstrating both startling critical acumen and solid scholarship, Añonuevo’s study of the workings of gana (drive, desire, energy, interiority, soul) in modern Tagalog poetry, in the poet’s own life and work, and in everyday language use, sets a high standard in Philippine literature studies and critique. It is a fine example of the magic or music that happens when a poet ventures into criticism and makes of it a specimen of literary creation and the mysterious workings of the creative spirit.”—Oscar Campomanes, literary critic and scholar
Talinghaga ng Gana: Ang Banal sa mga Piling Tulang Tagalog ng Ika-20 Siglo
Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House
Author: Rebecca T. Añonuevo
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