Biyernes, Abril 29, 2016

MAR ROXAS ANG PRESIDENTE KO MAGALANG, KAGALANGGALANG, MARANGAL


MAR ROXAS ANG PRESIDENTE KO

MAGALANG, KAGALANGGALANG, MARANGAL 
BY: Deo Antonio D. Llamas

Ang matinong politiko
Hindi madaya at manloloko 
May paninindigan at salita
At may puso para sa tao

Di manlilinlang at totoo
Di kurap at walang tinatago
Handang magserbisyo
Hindi na memerwesyo

May tapang at talino
Marunong din mag karinyo
May takot sa diyos
At gawain ay maayos

Interest ng karamihan
Mga bata at kababaihan
Pinapalago trabaho negosyo
Tiyak bayan ay aasenso

Kalusugan edukasyon
Sama na value formation
Pag aalaga sa mga lola at lolo
Laging e una pamilya at pagbabago

Labanan korapsyon
Katiwalian bigyan ng aksyon
Ingatan ang kaban ng bayan
Gugulin sa tamang pamamaraan

Sabi nga ang salitang "politician"
Galing sa salitang polite at police
Kaya tama lang natawaging
Magalang kagalanggalang marangal

Kung sakto ang pananaw
Walang abuso makikita
Maririnig lang pasasalamat
At di reklamo ng karamihan

Katanggian ng matinong politiko
Hanapin sa mga kandidato
May karakter ang tawag dito
Magalang kagalanggalang Marangal ito.

MAR ROXAS ANG PRESIDENTE KO.



Linggo, Abril 24, 2016

WHAT WE NEED NOW ARE INSPIRATIONAL LEADERS
BY: Deo Antonio D. Llamas

What we need now are INSPIRATIONAL LEADERS. Servant leaders who will inspire us to follow their examples and life. That is why they lead, we follow. Leadership that influence with honor, Marangal ang Hangarin walang Hidden Agenda. BAYAN MUNA BAGO SARILI.

Like what Jesus said I am the way, The Truth and The Life and he always command us to follow him. TUWID NA DAAN, OR DAANG MATUWID. THE RIGHT WAY. HINDI KALIWITI HE HE HE. THIS IS AN ECHO THAT REVERBERATES SINCE TIME IN MEMORIAL. CHOOSING THE RIGHT PATH, THE RIGHT DIRECTION.

But Remember there is a Deceiver , the Enemy of the People, Who Steals , Kills and Destroy. Whose intention is to misdirect us destroy the gains we have achieve. Divide us and take control of our lives. Humiliates us of what we are now and blind us from the possibility of what we could become as a people and as a Nation. Whose lies and false promises is a bitter poison.

PADAYON is a POWERFUL WORD. TO CONTINUE , TO MOVE FORWARD. TO PROGRESS AND NOT REGRESS. NEVER QUIT, NEVER SURRENDER TO REACH THE GOAL AND DREAMS FOR BETTER LIFE. So I urge you to Continue and Vote for MAR ROXAS AND LENI ROBREDO for me they are the inspirational leaders this country needs to follow.

LET US VOTE FOR LIFE FREEDOM UNITY PROGRESS AND CONTINUITY.
LET US VOTE MAR ROXAS AND LENI ROBREDO.

PADAYON SA TUWID NA DAAN.
RORO ANG IBOBOTO KO

Miyerkules, Abril 20, 2016

JUANA CHANGE

JUANA CHANGE
By: Deo Antonio D. Llamas
Filipino should realize that this coming election has a serious impact on our future. Change has come already and we are on the right track. Change is coming is basag na plaka na. What is there to Change. What we need now is continuity. What the current administration gained in fighting poverty by providing jobs and industry, better education and technical skills, opportunities for farmers and Agri-business and country side development has tremendously improve the lives of many by accessibility to cheaper food and better distribution of financial support to our local producers.
Our housing sectors and real estate has never seen this upswing growth with partnering with our banks and developers to provide decent and affordable housing for the masses.and acquiring of relocation lot for mass housing Our trust rating in the financial world has dramatically upgraded. The systems are in place for continuous economic gain, Investors trust and confidence are at its peak,
We are no.1 now in business outsourcing our BPO employs hundred of thousands call center agents and economic zones are robust and our infrastructures are now world class . We are now number 3 in ship building and no.1 producer of sailors in the world. our OFW are the best in the world. We are now an Oil producing Country and alternative and sustainable power production like solar and wind power are cropping like mushroom in the country side. So are our hydro and geothermal plants. We have the second richest deposit of deuterium or heavy water which is said to be the fuel of the future and we have the biggest Palladium deposit recently discovered. . Mining parameters are now defined and our interest must be protected at all cost this is the country we only have.This are just a few that I took note with the numerous accomplishment of Tuwid na Daan has done.
Sad the soil and boulders use in filling the disputed island in Spratly being occupied by China came from Davao isn't that a sign. Let us not be blinded by Highfalutin declaration and promises of the self proclaiimed savior of the the Philippines Dudirty. People wake up from all this lie from a soothsayer and Charlatan like Dudirty. After all he is just saying what we want to hear. We just don't want to see that change has happened already. Those fanatics have been spellbound blinded by his promises dancing to his tune of martial Law. The return of the comeback .Is this the change we want to see. Curfews, warrant less arrest and summary execution. This is wide spread terror all over again and terror is the brother of tyranny. Isnt it clear best friend sila ni BOOM BOOM. Sya bahala sa South si Boom Boom sa North
In the drug issue Cebu is noted to be the biggest producer of Shabu...don't they rhyme . In Davao what is being smuggled is Cocaine. with Columbia, Mexico and Brazil drug Cartels in shamble they found the country more friendly. Maybe they found a friend here in the country.
Political Hypocrisy is an art. Like a lie if you lie make it dramatic it will be more convincing. You may convince all People but you can not convince all people all the time. Shall we wait for another 6 years to clamor for change. Lets not take risk and regret. Let us embrace what we our current administration have accomplished for the Filipino people and expect a progressive nation and people that we are now. Let us choose the right path. Choose the righteous and decent leaders. MAR ROXAS AND LENI ROBREDO
. I challenge you to to help win this cause. The cause of freedom loving people. Free from tyranny and martial law, Protecting us from lying lips and false leaders whose interest are for their personal betterment and and they are not the better men. . I choose to vote for MAR ROXAS and LENI ROBREDO their interest is the betterment of the country and its people. Bayan Muna Bago Sarili.
PADAYON SA PAG ASENSO PADAYON SA TUWID NA DAAN.
Do you still JUANA CHANGE?

Huwebes, Abril 14, 2016

ILONGGO'S MUST UNITE FOR MAR ROXAS

Ilonggo’s Must Unite for Mar Roxas By: Deo Antonio D. Llamas
Early this morning I came across the A.I. Abyan Ilonggo Party List.And I like what I heard in their jingle it was... Ilonggo Unite. Taga Antique kabala?taga Capiz ka bala?, taga Aklan ka bala?, taga Guimaras ka bala?, taga Negros ka bala?,taga Romblon ka bala?, taga Palawan ka bala?, taga Iloilo ka bala? Ilonggo ka.
Knowing glimpse of our past history Panay was the most populated Island during Spanish time and next to us is Pangasinan including the Ilocano region. But some how mass migration happened when Mindanao was opened, Negros Island was opened, Manila or NCR was opened and even Hawaii, Guam and the U.S.was opened. It was the Ilonggo's who first migrated.. Cebuanos which Duterte belongs claim that they have the biggest voting block around 2.8 million for the Province island of Cebu and their neighboring Cebuano speaking provinces and island neighbors including many parts of Mindanao of which Ilonggo speaking community and Ilocanos have shared territories for peace and civility with our Muslim brothers. Miriam Santiago is capitalizing on Ilonggo/ Ilocano votes. Grace Poe is Ilonggo/Ilocano/ Mindanao, Jojomar Binay Norhern Luzon/NCR. Here we see the Ilonggo has been divided again, the Cebuano and the Ilocanos are quite solid. This is the challenge they have keep us divided shall we allow this again. Ilonggos Must Unite for Mar Roxas.
But as an aspiring politician . I took interest in the election results and I have observed that there are more Ilonggo Senators than Cebuano Senators and most of the time the No.1 Senator is either an Ilonggo or those who claim or have roots from Panay or Negros. To name a few: Sen. Mar Roxas Sen, Grace Poe Sen. Manny Villar- Dugong Ilonggo Laking Tondo Sen. Miriam Santiago Sen. Franklin Drilon Sen. Loren Legarda-has roots in Antique Sen.Serge Osmena -Ilonggo/ Cebuano descent Sen. John Osmena - Ilonggo/ Cebuano descent Sen.Roilo Golez- Iloilo/ Romblon Sen. Teofisto Guingona=Iloilo- Guimaras Sen.Nikki Coseteng- Iloilo Sen. Migz Zubiri- roots is from Negros Sen. Yulo Sen. Rodolfo Ganzon Sen. Zulueta
PART 2 MEDIA NINJA
Not known to many Panay or Iloilo Province in particular has a silent industry here. The best assassins for hire, The best security and personal protection services and probably has one of the most number of security agencies operating nationwide. So too in the field of politics we have produce the best media outfit our very own Lopez’es ABS-CBN and the Florete’s Bombo Radyo. We do even have the oldest and still existing press Club in the country our Iloilo Press Club. The watchmen.
But sad to say it is noted that we have produce as well the best Assassins for hire in the Fourth estate, this I call the Media Ninja ha ha ha. Specializes in the Art of Character Assassination damaging their target victims reputation and public perception and with internet age now a new breed has evolve the Ninja bloggers he he he. Like in marketing it is the battle of the minds and will capturing the masses attention, flooding images that creates a perception of truth or misdirection or truth mix with lie. Political Operators, Spin Doctors have this on their arsenal. As 2016 Presidential election is fast approaching we Ilonggos have dream of having an Ilonggo President again. For quite sometime in fact more than 68 years have past since President Manuel A. Roxas. He was was the fifth President of the Philippines who served from 1946 until his death in 1948. He briefly served as the third and last President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines from May 28, 1946 to July 4, 1946, subsequently becoming the first President of the independent Third Philippine Republic after the United States ceded its sovereignty over the Philippines. Now his grandson Mar Roxas is the hope of the Ilonggo's to have this dream come true.
VICTIM OR VICTOR
Early as the last Presidential Election of 2010. Mar Roxas was the favored one of the Liberal Party to be their Presidential Candidate. But destiny had its plan. The death of our beloved Pres. Cory Aquino turned the course of event that paved the way for Mar Roxas to gave way to a man of Destiny our President Benigno S. Aquino. Remember " Bayan Muna Bago Sarili" a perfect example of what Mar Roxas is made of. There was a movement that started here in Iloilo a signature campaign for Noynoy Aquino to run for President . It was NAPM -Noynoy Aquino for Presdient Movement , Atty. Dan Cartagena started it all. I was a member as well. A hurricane of support, a gesture of honoring the late Pres. Cory Aquino clamored for Nonoy Aquino to run for President and the rest is history. Mar Roxas run for Vice President then but NOYBI (Noynoy- Binay) won that election. Mar Roxas was appointed as DILG Secretary and has served with at most integrity and competency. He has also served as DTI Secretary, DOTC Secretary, Senator and Congressman.
Being the next Presidentiable Candidate for 2016 election every move of Mar Roxas has been watch and monitored, finding mistakes to be used against him when election come by aspiring Presidentiables as well and rival political parties with malicious intent like hungry lions ready to devour its prey showing signs of weakness and mistakes. Mar Roxas made mistakes but what he has accomplished had the greatest impact for the Filipino people. Mar Roxas accomplishments dramatically overshadow his mistakes. Allow me to share his biography and accomplishments : MAR ROXAS

Biography

'Mr. Palengke' is Senator MAR Roxas, the son of the illustrious Senator Gerry Roxas, and the grandson of the venerable President Manuel Roxas whose public service careers have greatly benefited the country. MAR graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University in 1974 and the Wharton School of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania in 1979. Before entering public service, MAR worked as an investment banker, mobilizing venture capital funds for Small and Medium Enterprises.
MAR's public service life began in the House of Representatives in 1993. After his congressional stint, he was appointed as Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry; and then in 2004, he was elected to the Senate with a staggering 20 million votes, the largest ever obtained by a candidate in any Philippine election.
Owing to his record of accomplishments as a public servant and political leader, the international community described MAR as "one of the young leaders in politics and business who will bring Asia and the Pacific to the forefront of world affairs." At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, MAR was named as "one of the Global Leaders of Tomorrow who is expected to shape the future." Recently, the Singapore Government has awarded him as the 16th Lee Kuan Yew Fellow.
Majority Leader of the House of Representatives
MAR joined the government in 1993 as a Congressman representing the 1st District of Capiz. He later became Majority Leader of the House of Representatives.
As a congressman, MAR espoused consumer protection, underscoring the right of every Filipino to affordable medicines, as his personal advocacy. His landmark laws include, among others:
  • RA 8759 - establishing in all municipalities a Public Employment Service Office which serves as employment facilitation and information center, and links all job opportunities within the region;
  • RA 8748 - amending the Special Economic Zone Act by directly allocating to the municipality or city 2% (out of the 5%) gross tax to be collected from the establishments operating in the ecozone and providing for disturbance compensation for persons to be displaced or evicted by publicly-owned ecozones;
  • RA 8756 - incentivizing the establishment of regional headquarters to encourage investment and operation of multinational companies in the country and to generate more jobs.
MAR's stint in the House is most noted for his principal authorship of RA 7880, also known as the Roxas Law, which ensures fair distribution of the education capital budget among all the provinces. This gave life to his advocacy for fair and equitable access to education, free from regional bias and political patronage considerations.
Mr. Palengke in DTI
In 2000, MAR served as Trade and Industry Secretary. During his four-year stint, he pushed for the development of the "palengke" as the basic unit of the economy and the root of progress, staunchly advocating not only consumer welfare and protection but also sound trade and investment policies, particularly SME development.
Education. MAR intensified his commitment to quality education through the Personal Computers for Public Schools (PCPS) Program, which distributed over 30,000 computers to 2,000 public high schools all over the country. PCPS computers provided some 500,000 high school students with the necessary ICT tools and skills.
Trade. MAR's work regarding trade policy was highlighted during the 2003 WTO Meeting in Cancun, Mexico, where he fought for increased market access for Philippine exports, particularly agricultural products and a rationalized Philippine trade regime so domestic industries would not be unduly harmed.

Information Technology. Hailed as the 'Father of the Call Center and Business Process Outsourcing Industries', MAR saw and harnessed the potential of the Philippines as a global e-services hub. He launched 'Make IT Philippines' and organized the first IT-enabled services (ITES) to the US which inevitably led to the biggest global industry names to invest in the country, thereby creating thousands of jobs for Filipino IT workers.
MAR pioneered the establishment of high-technology industry centers and the promotion of the business process outsourcing (BPO) market in the country, particularly call center operations, hence providing jobs and incomes to Filipinos. From a mere 2000 jobs at the onset, the BPO industry now provides hundreds of thousands of jobs, thereby putting the Philippines on the map as a major IT/BPO destination.
Jobs. MAR worked for the reopening of the National Steel Corporation which provided thousands of jobs, income and livelihood to Iligan City, Northern Mindanao and adjacent regions. He also launched the Garment Export Industry Transformation Plan and Assistance Package to enhance the competitiveness of the industry and ensure its viability and vibrancy beyond 2004. Moreover, he initiated the Motor/Vehicle Development Program to promote exports, create a viable market base for our car manufacturers and secure jobs for our workers.
MSMEs. Believing that micro, small and medium enterprises or MSMEs serve as the prime engine for job generation, MAR pushed for MSME development through the SULONG (SMEs Unified Lending Opportunities for National Growth) Program, which granted almost P26.7 billion on low-interest loans to 281,229 SMEs on its first year.
Consumer Welfare. MAR promoted the Tamang Timbang, Tamang Presyo program for consumers to get the "full and best value for their money"; the Presyong Tama, Gamot Pampamilya to make affordable and quality medicines accessible to Filipinos, and Pinoy Pandesal, Palengke ng Bayan, among others. These programs promoted supply chain efficiencies leading to growth and productivity, and a wide range of opportunities and long-term gains.
Being the proponent of the philosophy of 'palengkenomics', which considers the palengke as the economy's weathervane and the mirror by which its over-all health can be seen and measured, MAR to this day continues to conduct weekly monitoring of the prices of prime commodities and maintains strong linkages with suppliers, traders, and vendors in the different wet markets.
"Price is an important economic indicator. It is a crucial determinant of activity in the market place," he said.
Consumerist crusade continues at the Senate
MAR's consumerist crusade continues with his authorship of Senate Bill No. 2139, which seeks to lower the cost of medicines by amending the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines. With the approval of this bill, prices of quality medicines are expected to drop resulting in savings for the poor, and better health for all.
MAR resolved to protect consumers from defective and substandard products. Thus, he initiated inquiries, with the end in view of strengthening the Consumer Code of the Philippines, on such legislative proposals as the 'Lemon Law', proper labeling of milk, toys, and food products containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and stronger safeguards against pyramiding and other similar scams.
As chairperson of the Senate Committees on Trade and Commerce and on Economic Affairs and as co-chairperson of the Congressional Oversight Committee on the Electronic Commerce Law, MAR continued to nurse the economy back to robust health through education, information technology, job creation, and development of small and business enterprises.
When the pre-need industry succumbed to a mismanagement-spawned financial crisis, which threatened to wipe out the investments of thousands of consumers in pre-need plans, he filed a bill, the Pre-Need Act of 2005, to improve and strengthen industry regulation and safeguard consumer interest. MAR's leadership at the time provided pre-need plan holders a veritable lifeline.
For MAR, the exercise of public leadership entails accountability and transparency which should bring about people empowerment. He has called for a paradigm shift in policy-making, rejecting incrementalism, or the tingi mentality, which has resulted to 'doing a little bit of everything to please a little bit of everyone.'
"People can hardly feel the impact of incrementalism. Government must target the people's most pressing concerns and focus its resources on completely addressing these problems. We can't be doing what we used to do in the past simply because if we did, there is no reason to expect that the future would be any different," he said.
He complements his youth and dynamism by listening to the voices of the common Filipino, reaching out to them through personal interaction, the media, and various IT tools. His website, www.marroxas.com, is a sampler of his IT inclination, an interactive site that dispenses user-friendly information and serves as repository of public sentiment.
MAR has distinguished himself as a public servant in his own unique way, following the imprints of his forbears yet with the courage and competence to carve his own path as a national leader.

(From Thinking Pinoy site)

Summary of positions held since he entered politics in 1993.
  • 1993  – 2000 : Congressman, 1st District of Capiz
  • 2000 – 2003 : Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)
  • 2004 – 2010 : Senator
  • 2011  – 2012  : Secretary, Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC)
  • 2012  – 2015 : Secretary, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)
Mar Roxas  has considerable experience in public administration for almost two decades now. 
This clearly proves he is the most qualified and experienced and has the skills, moral fiber to be our next President.
MAR ROXAS ATON INI!!! 
MAR- BAYAN MUNA BAGO SARILI

MAR- MARANGAL.HINDI BASTOS
MAR- MARANGAL HINDI CORRUPT
MAR- MARANGAL HINDI MAGNANAKAW
MAR- MARAMING PAMILYA UMUNLAD NA
MAR- MARAMING TRABAHO TINAGUYOD
MAR- MARAMING NEGOSYONG UMASENSO
MAR- MARAMING NAGAWA NA AT MAGAGAWA PA
MAR- MARAMING PILIPINO NATULUNGAN NA 
ECO-ZONE, BPO, PESO AT CHEAP MEDICINE LAW
MAR- MAGALANG AT RESPETADO DI BARUMBADO
MAR- MAGALING AT RESPONSABLE
MAR- MAYGOOD MANNERS AND RIGHT CONDUCT

Lunes, Marso 21, 2016

deo-antonio: PART 27 POLITICS IN THE FAMILY

deo-antonio: PART 27 POLITICS IN THE FAMILY: PART 27 SOMETHING INTERESTING AND FUN ABOUT THE LLAMAS FAMILY OF THE PHILIPPINES    BY: DEO ANTONIO D. LLAMAS POLITICS IN THE FAMILY I ...

Huwebes, Pebrero 4, 2016

MAHARLIKAN A BLOG WORTH READING (COPY PASTED )

Monday, November 23, 2009

questions unfolding

The site that I recently discovered and posted in the previous blog had actually answered once held questions in my quest for personal research, that obviously the mainstream educational system in this country would deem too insufficient to provide.

From my post in our ongoing discussion in the pinoyexchange.com thread Out of Taiwan Theory versus Out of Sundaland(Mu) Theory, Origin of the Filipinos with Albertus magnus:





Albertus both your research and mine are indeed starting to link up. From my experience on personal research, my gauge and basis on its accuracy is when, despite the distance, the vastness, the separation of the sources, it is the accurate ones that amazingly fit in like jigsaw puzzle and stick up over the rest.

You once posted a link that described the alliance between the Templars and the certain rulers of the Muslim empire. This actually answered my personal question about the claim that the Templars may have arrived in our islands, even before the Spanish colonizers came. I was intrigued, how could the Templars arrived here when during those times this archipelago was blocked from the West with the rising power of the Muslim empire?

Until the link that you posted provided the clue:by the Templars forging alliance with the Muslim empire that otherwise would have been blocked had they been ordinary fleet from the Christian West. 

Whew! this is very interesting we're like impromptu detectives here with these treasure trove of information that can only be revealed by those who seek and not merely rely on the mediocre, partially supressed and definitely incomplete information about our history by mainstream historical sources as if it was their sole 'gospel truth' :lol

I also sought advice from my friend in Europe, and he mentioned that the Templars that once we were apprehensive about, may have basis for certain secret society did have the benevolent intention, despite the sheer complexity of it, when the time comes that Humanity will finally be freed from the cunning manipulation of those malevolent financial oligarchs with vile agenda of enslaving humanity. But there indeed existed factions within these secret societies, so indeed we must remain in constant vigilance from differentiating the "good guys" from the "bad guys." Here's an excerpt from the link that I discovered:

"If Faction One - the international bankers who we call the New World Order - wins, a one world government will be implemented and humanity will become slaves... at least the ones who survive the purge... and I will bet you that YOU and I won't be amoung the survivors!"

"If Faction Two wins, there is a plan to take the money that has been stolen from the people of the world, and give it back to the people of the world." 

Here is another excerpt that would differentiate the "good guys" from the "bad guys":

The monarchs of Europe during the middle ages, were bleeding the peasants dry. All land, animals, plants and trees belonged to the "King". The peasants could not hunt, gather food or build shelter to provide for themselves or their family. Had there been no sovereign, the peasants would have used the things God provided in nature to feed, house and clothe themselves. With the King ruling all property, the peasant could not survive unless the King decreed it. This massive injustice to the common man, was the reason a benevolent group of minor royals and clergy created the original Knights Templars.

These researches fused together have profoundly answered previous questions that unfolded upon my quest, like why were there indigenous peoples especially in Mindanao who exhibited caucasian features, being tall and fair-skinned? This excerpt answers it:

When the Templars knew that they needed to stop their work and go into hiding, they put together a fleet of ships that carried their treasures to the Philippines. This occurred shortly before their order was wiped out.The Templars knew what was coming and they planned their own exit. They planned it in such a way that they were able to secure all the documents they had found in King Solomon's Temple. Some they stored in the salt mines in Austria, others they took with them to the Philippines.

The gold the Templars brought to the Philippines was added to the treasures that were already there.Many of the Templars stayed with the treasure and married the daughters of the Priests from Mu... now called tribal chiefs.

That excerpt also provided answers to my personal question, how come some of the indigenous peoples, especially revealed by a Datu whom I met in Bukidnon, Mindanao, practice a religion almost similar to Christianity even before the Spanish colonizers arrived? The Templars, as it was mentioned above, carried the treasures in their fleet of ship and it occured shortly "before their order was wiped out," that was before the tragic year 1307. Definitely they may had also instilled Christianity, and a much older version at that, among the indigenous peoples prior to the arrival of Spanish colonizers in 1521!

It also further concretize that the islands, especially ancient Mindanao may have been known by the Templars since ancient times as they had in their possession documents from Solomon's court that further provided clue with the claim that ancient Mindanao may actually be the fabled sources of Solomon's gold known as the land of Ophir! It also linked up with the documentary film by the Probe Team Gintong Pamana about discoveries of excellently crafted pre-colonial gold artifacts in Surigao. Witnessing the sheer quality of those intricate artifacts by our ancestors would indeed spread throughout the ancient world for excellent craftsmanship!

I posted the link on my maharlikan blogsite and highlighted the essential parts for easier reference.

We seem to be making history right here in this thread and we have tangible proofs. Rejoice! we are part of its revelations.

Biyernes, Enero 29, 2016

THE FACTS ON FILE COMPANION TO THE WORLD NOVEL: 1900 TO PRESENT BY ARBOLINA LLAMAS JENNINGS





The Facts on File Companion to the World Novel: 1900 to Present Hardcover– Mar 26 2008
by Arbolina Llamas Jennings (Contributor), Michael D. Sollars (Editor)
The Facts On File Companion to the World Novel, 1900 to the Present" is a new two-volume reference guide featuring more than 600 entries on the world's greatest modern novels and novelists, including everything from acknowledged classics to the best of contemporary fiction. Written in a clear, engaging style with contributions from literary scholars around the world, this appealing work is an essential tool for students of great literature. The analyses of novels and biographies of authors are complemented by appendixes including a bibliography and a list of writers by geographic region.