• Mga Tulang Sampay-Bakod
  • Rolando Cunanan

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc
    • ISBN: 978-971-691-609-6
    • No. of Pages: 45
    • Size: 6"x9"
    • Edition: 2007 Edition




    • Description:

      A collection of poems, part tribute to the author's father, a magsasaka, makata at mambabalagtas, and part memoirs, reminiscing of the author's experiences from growing up in a small Bataan town to living in America, with a built-in sense of traditions, values and attitudes. Sampay-bakod refers to a "good-for-nothing, love-poem-loving kind of suitor" parents would hardly prefer for a future son-in-law. The poems are written in "malalim na Tagalog" as a way of preserving in print, for the author's contemporary baby boomer generation, especially those, working and living abroad. Rolando Inton Cunanan. Son of a magsasakat't makata who grew up to be an ad copywriter, a casino blackjack dealer, a construction sales agent, and later, an immigrant in the USA.






    • Mga Tulang Sampay-Bakod
    • by:  Rolando Cunanan
      • or 3 payments of ₱48 with     
      • ISBN
        978-971-691-609-6
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      • Page length
        45 pages
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      • Dimension
        6"x9" inches
      •     
      • Edition
        2007 Edition
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    Description:


    A collection of poems, part tribute to the author's father, a magsasaka, makata at mambabalagtas, and part memoirs, reminiscing of the author's experiences from growing up in a small Bataan town to living in America, with a built-in sense of traditions, values and attitudes. Sampay-bakod refers to a "good-for-nothing, love-poem-loving kind of suitor" parents would hardly prefer for a future son-in-law. The poems are written in "malalim na Tagalog" as a way of preserving in print, for the author's contemporary baby boomer generation, especially those, working and living abroad. Rolando Inton Cunanan. Son of a magsasakat't makata who grew up to be an ad copywriter, a casino blackjack dealer, a construction sales agent, and later, an immigrant in the USA.