Hanggang sa ang bata ay hindi na bata kundi ama, o ina. Ano ang ituuro niya ngayon sa kanyang mga anak? Lahat ng dapat niyang matutuhan ngayon pa lang. Writers: Lualhati Bautista (screenplay), Lualhati Bautista (novel) . Bata, Bata Paano Ka Bata, Bata Pa’no Ka Ginawa? is a wonderfully made masterpiece. Bata, Bata Pa’no Ka Ginawa? is a wonderfully made masterpiece. Hands down to Lualhati Bautista. The film was also magnificent it was very realistic and we.

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Bata, bata pa’no ka ginawa? — Anvil Publishing, Inc.

I was just curious since my professor previously shared that Luwalhati has had that interlude with her bestfriend – making love as friends.

Na ang babae hindi dapat nagpapa-define o nagpapasakop sa lalaki. At wala yatang kabanata sa libro na to na hindi ako natawa. Then when both of her men have their own new wives, she asks her co-worker to have sex with her and it is for her sexual urge to be satisfied.

Really, I’ll just post my “more” detailed review I recommend this for those who, of course, understands the language. But I would recommend this to other teenagers, not because as high-school-compliance but because of the picturesque Slice-of-Life the author shared.

Wake up, little Suzie.

Bata, bata– pa’no ka ginawa?

Tired of being preached by them, Lea walked out. Kailangan nating ipaglaban ang ating karapatan sa bqutista mula sa mga api hanggang sa mga nawalan ng mga karapatan at kalayaan. Lea responded that they cannot forever prevent them from doing normal activities. It depicts the portrayal of the women where males in the society are considered the dominant ones.


So when I bought it, I wasn’t expecting too much. I understand if my GR Filipino friends who are ladies or those who want to be ladies like this book very much but oh please, not for me. Maybe I’ll just blog about it soon So for now, let’s just say that this is a book about the society. But that is also part of the things I liked about her character – she acts in her own way.

More like this User lists. Para kapag malungkot ako, masasabi ko sa sarili ko: Maski ang babae ay may mga pangangailangan rin. Copies of the script were even confiscated by the military.

The book is written mainly in Filipino, with a mixture of English words and sentences. But do they have another partner that easily, particular in the country where divorce is not allowed? She started writing while she was still 16 years old, and was mainly luslhati by her parents who were into composing and poem-writing. Lualhati Bautista is known for her outstanding and award-winning novels. Anyway, this is my second by her.

You may send this item to up to five recipients. Hindi rin pantay ang karapatan sa mga kalalakihan at hindi nabibigyan ng tsansang tumayo sa sariling paninindigan. Aug 09, K. In my 48 years of existence on earth, I have not met any woman like Lea Bustamante.

And with that, Lea shows the principle of Feminism, aiming for men and women to have equal representations in the society by showing her, as a woman, can build a career and multiple life partners. If I were born during the Marcos era, this would have been my bible haha.


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It also illustrates that today, most of the world is no longer a patriarchal society and women already have paaano to do their own will.

The role of women were just to act upon their role as mothers who perform household chores, take care of the children, and take care of the needs of their husbands. Marxism theory was also used in the piece however, in the movie there were only brief scenes that shows this. Batw fine supporting cast specially Martinezsome dashes of humour, and an inspiring story about an ordinary woman vautista in a hypocritical world.

Review: Bata, BataPa’no Ka Ginawa? by Lualhati Bautista – My Book Musings

Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Not only about her outdated slogan but also about the missing child, the protagonist desire to work and her right to think of herself.

Though there are translated versions, I think it’d be good to read the original copy.