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Details of Ilustrado by Miguel Syjuco Book

  • Book Name: Ilustrado
  • Authors: Miguel Syjuco
  • Pages: 287
  • Genre: Historical Fiction
  • Publish Date: Jan 1, 2008
  • Language: English

Book Review:


Ilustrado by Miguel Syjuco this sounds very interesting where did you get the idea and I must select them in something like this I don't measure heavy shadow well major I mean the way I've written it 

this is a series of fragments I've recreated all of the much of the works excerpts from Crispin Salvador's works so I have a short story act four story excerpts memoir blog entries news news female chorus and I just thought that 

this is the way we would perceive a reality of what it means to be Filipino we we get we get our perception of our current reality through so many different sources text messages TV Internet you know books newspapers so I thought 

this was a good way to write the book and for someone like you who grew up in the Philippines went to Cebu for college I mean for high school and then went to Tenaya for college but then went to Columbia University at the time 

you were also going to Australia for your PhD I asked my master my masters because I couldn't get published right it's very hard for a Filipino to get published in North America we don't get published often enough even though 

we've got great stories right so I kept studying I kept saying well if no one wants to publish to me then I have to learn more right right and so that's why 

I kept going to school and because of that you were open to the different ideas of being Filipino what it is to be Filipino not just a Filipino living in the Philippines because that is always a topic here on the show 

some things point of contention Filipinos in the Philippines who come here consider Filipino immigrants and we have a very different view of the Philippines of our heritage as compared to Filipinos that were born here for born elsewhere around the world do you have that also in the book did you encounter that at all in your research Canoga Oh totally 

I feel that the Filipino experience is a global one and it always has been we always have every generation coming and going living abroad dealing with this guilt or anxiety about whether or not we should go home and then returning and whatnot so I deal with that all of those issues very much in 

the book because it's very important to me it's something that I'm going through a Filipino author abroad so I examined that but I also examine a lot of the the reasons why Filipino artists don't get as much exposure as we'd like why do you think that is in your even in 

your own personal experience why do you think that is and what do we need to do well you know it's a double sided coin you know on one hand we're such great chameleons we did Athena so we're able to adapt anywhere we are but on the other hand because of that we sometimes lose ourselves

so you know we try to follow the Amy Tan sort of writers you know the Asian Americans or the magic of realism of the Latin Americans when we forget that we Filipinos suffer only of telling stories who are your I must say models in terms of Filipino authors well

I've had the great fortune of studying under nvm Gonzalez a great Filipino national artist Jessica Hagedorn was based out of San Francisco how about that Carlos will of course you in a way you've been mentored by a lot of these great Filipino writers as well with this book what do you want people to take from it well I'd like them to take a little bit of pride about who we are 

I mean the book is a critical view of the Filipino Philippine society but of course you know we criticize because we love the country so much and we don't understand why all these issues are there 

I hope that not just Filipinos but the rest of the world will be able to see that you know these are the reasons why we're going through so much trouble I'm fortunate the book is being published in eighteen countries right and into 13 languages congratulations to you.


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