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SISA’S VENGEANCE by E. San Juan, Jr reviewed by Prof Paulino Lim


RIZAL AS A WAGNERIAN OPERA A Review of E. San Juan, Sisa’s Vengeance: A Radical Interpretation of Jose Rizal  (ConnecticutL Philippine Cultural Center, Connecticut, 2014). by Paulino Lim, Emeritus Professor, California State University, Long Beach, CA Decentering in Psychology is … Continue reading

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SISA’S VENGEANCE by E. San Juan Jr., reviewed by Francis Macansantos


RIZAL THE FEMINIST A Book Review of Sisa’s Vengeance by Francis C. Macansantos E, San Juan, Jr. was one illustrious young poet of the sixties, showing mastery of the medium in both Filipino and English. He has since reinvented himself … Continue reading

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EL ULTIMO ADIOS ni Rizal, kurasyon ni E San Juan, Jr.


KORO NG MGA TAGA-SALING PAGBATI SA HULING PAHIMAKAS ni JOSE RIZAL (Siniping tinig nina Andres Bonifacio,  Jose Sevilla,  Pedro Gatmaitan, Julian Cruz Balmaseda, Jose Corazon de Jesus, Albino Dimayuga, Guillermo Tolentino at Ildefonso Santos, kurasyon ni E. San Juan, Jr.) … Continue reading

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foreword to RIZAL, WOMAN, REVOLUTION by E. SAN JUAN, Jr.


FOREWORD to RIZAL, WOMAN, REVOLUTION by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. A specter is haunting las islas Filipinas—not just the territory, but also the Filipino diaspora around the world. Jose Rizal as ghost or the phantom in the neocolonial opera stalks … Continue reading

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JOSE RIZAL AND THE “WOMAN QUESTION” (revised 9/16/2011)–E. San Juan, Jr.


SISA’S  VENGEANCE:   JOSE  RIZAL & THE “WOMAN QUESTION”                           By E. SAN JUAN, Jr.                Liberty is a woman who grants her favors only to the brave. Enslaved peoples have to suffer much to win her, … Continue reading

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RIZAL AND “THE WOMAN QUESTION”–E. San Juan, Jr.


  SISA’S  VENGEANCE:  JOSE  RIZAL & THE MOTHER OF ALL INSURGENCIES                         By E. SAN JUAN, Jr.              Liberty is a woman who grants her favors only to the brave. … Continue reading

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THE REVOLUTIONARY RIZAL: Slaves of yesterday, tyrants of today?


JOSE RIZAL : Re-discovering the Revolutionary Agent behind the National Hero BY E. SAN JUAN, Jr.   Yo la tengo,  y yo espero que ha de brillar un dia / en que venza la Idea a la fuerza brutal, / que despues … Continue reading

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Preface to 2nd edition of E. SAN JUAN, Jr., RIZAL IN OUR TIME (Manila: Anvil Publishing 2011)


PREFACE TO 2ND EDITION OF RIZAL IN OUR TIME (Anvil Publishing 2011) by E. San Juan, Jr.       With the advent of this new millennium, it is not premature to say that Jose Rizal, for over a hundred years the … Continue reading

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Introduction to JOSE RIZAL


Introduction to Rizal: Toward a Re-Interpretation By E. San Juan, Jr. This is the introduction to the book: RIZAL IN OUR TIME, published 1997 by Anvil Publishing Inc., Pasig, Rizal, Philippines. This essay is especially dedicated to all the readers … Continue reading

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RIZAL: In Search of a revolutionary national subject


JOSE RIZAL: IN SEARCH OF A FILIPINO NATIONAL SUBJECT Prologue On meeting for the first time after 5 years a former activist woman friend, I was surprisingly barraged with a pile of government propaganda about the official celebration of the … Continue reading

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