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WebQuartet Channels » 2009 » May

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University of the Philippines professor, Damiana Eugenio, classified Philippine Folk Literature into three major groups: folk narratives, folk speech, and folk songs.[2] Folk narratives can either be in prose: the myth, the alamat (legend), and the kuwentong bayan (folktale), or in verse, as in the case of the folk epic.

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The maxim also exemplifies a Filipino value known as the "utang na loob", one's "debt of gratitude" to the persons who have contributed to an individual's success.[2]Damiana L. Eugenio, a professor from the University of the Philippines, author of Philippine Proverb Lore (1975), and who is also referred to as the "Mother of Philippine Folklore"[5] grouped Filipino proverbs into six categories based on the topic expressed, namely: ethical proverbs (those that express a general attitude towards life and the laws that govern life itself), proverbs that recommend virtues and condemn vices, proverbs that express a system of values, proverbs that express general truths and observations about life and human nature, humorous proverbs, and miscellaneous proverbs.[2]


WebQuartet Channels » Blog Archive » Philippine Salawikain – Filipino proverbs

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The maxim also exemplifies a Filipino value known as the "utang na loob", one's "debt of gratitude" to the persons who have contributed to an individual's success.[2]Damiana L. Eugenio, a professor from the University of the Philippines, author of Philippine Proverb Lore (1975), and who is also referred to as the "Mother of Philippine Folklore"[5] grouped Filipino proverbs into six categories based on the topic expressed, namely: ethical proverbs (those that express a general attitude towards life and the laws that govern life itself), proverbs that recommend virtues and condemn vices, proverbs that express a system of values, proverbs that express general truths and observations about life and human nature, humorous proverbs, and miscellaneous proverbs.[2]


WebQuartet Channels » Blog Archive » Philippine Mythology

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University of the Philippines professor, Damiana Eugenio, classified Philippine Folk Literature into three major groups: folk narratives, folk speech, and folk songs.[2] Folk narratives can either be in prose: the myth, the alamat (legend), and the kuwentong bayan (folktale), or in verse, as in the case of the folk epic.


Philippine Mythology - WikiPilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia

en.wikipilipinas.org, 22 Mar 2010 [cached]

University of the Philippines professor, Damiana Eugenio, classified Philippines Folk Literature into three major groups: folk narratives, folk speech, and folk songs.[2] Folk narratives can either be in prose: the myth, the alamat (legend), and the kuwentong bayan (folktale), or in verse, as in the case of the folk epic.

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? Eugenio, Damiana (2007). Philippine Folk Literature: An Anthology, 2nd, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 498. ISBN 978-971-542-536-0.


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folklore.start4all.com, 30 May 2009 [cached]

University of the Philippines professor, Damiana Eugenio, classified Philippine Folk Literature into three rare groups: composite acknowledged narratives, composite acknowledged enunciation, and composite acknowledged songs.

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