Travel in the Philippines

Filipino Short Stories - Short Stories by Filipino Writers
By:Rakesh Ramubhai Patel

Filipino short stories are creative as well innovative that succeeds in attracting the attention of the readers. There are fine short stories by the Filipino writers that seek curious attention. In this article, you will have a glimpse of some of the Filipino writers.

Filipinos writers are known for their creative, artistic and innovative talent. The Philippines is consisted of several writers and in fact, Filipinos are so talented in writing. You will get surprised that even their national heroes used the pen as a weapon to fight during the war!

Many writers have contributed largely to the publishing and the entertainment industries of the Philippines. And therefore, it will be a great thing to learn something about the Filipino writers.

Antonio Abad is one of the most famous Filipino writers who was born in 1894 and died in 1970. He was known as a poet, essayist, fictionist and playwright. El Ultimo Romantico, Dagohoy, El Campeon, La Oveja de Nathan are some of the novels that Antonio Abad had written. He made his contribution in the literary field by becoming a professor in the University of the Philippines and Far Eastern University. His son also was a poet.

Martin Abellana is another writer from Filipino who contributed remarkably in the Philippine literature. He was born in 1904 and died in 1989. Besides being a writer, he was also a teacher. Some of his best known novels are Kinabuhi, Basuni sa Katingala, Awit sa Gugma, Tulisok sa Tanlag, Kaulit sa Kalipay and Ang Kalayo sa Sulad.

Another notable Filipino author who made a remarkable contribution to the literary filed of the Philippines was Norberto L. Romualdez who was born in 1875 and died in 1941. Some of his famous writings are An Anak han Manaranggot, Bisayan Grammar and An Pagtabang ni San Miguel. Apart from being a Filipino writer, he was also a statesman, politician and jurist. During his time, this writer was known as the Father of the Law on the National Language.

These Filipino authors, without a doubt, gave pride to all Filipino people with their great and remarkable literary contribution. Because of certain reasons, Filipinos are inspired to become writers and become well-known not only in the Philippines but recognized worldwide. And therefore, it is certainly a good thing to enjoy or study about some of the creative writing like novels, fictions, non-fiction or short stories by Filipino writers.

Rakesh Patel is an aspiring poet, freelance writer, self-published author and teacher. Learn about English literature and history of William Shakespeare http://englishliterature99.wordpress.com/shakespeare/











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