21st Century Literature from the Philippines to the World

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21st Century Literature from the Philippines to the World by Mind Map: 21st Century Literature from the Philippines to the World

1. Dimensions of Philippine Literary History

1.1. Pre-Colonial Period

1.2. Spanish Period

1.3. Period of Enlightenment

1.4. American Period

1.5. Japanese Period

1.6. Period of Activism

1.7. Third Republic Period

1.8. Post-EDSA Period

1.9. 21st Century

2. "Literature"

2.1. 3 Common Assumptions

2.2. Criticism Lenses

2.2.1. Reader-Response Approach

2.2.2. Marxism

2.2.3. Feminism

2.2.4. LGBT Theory

2.2.5. Formalism

2.2.6. Historical-Biographical Approach

2.2.7. Deconstruction

2.3. Genres and their Elements

2.3.1. Literariness

2.3.2. Fiction

2.3.3. Creative Nonfiction

2.3.4. Poetry

2.3.5. Drama

3. Representative Texts from the Region

3.1. Gabu by Carlos Angeles

3.2. Mga Agos sa Disyerto by Efren Abueg, Rogelio Ordonez, Edgardo Reyes, Dominador Mirasol, and Rogelio Sikat

3.3. Dreamweavers by Marjorie Evasco

4. The Regions in Focus

4.1. Luzon: Genres of Urban Writing

4.1.1. Web Blog

4.1.2. Online Novels

4.1.3. Mobile Phone Text Tula

4.1.4. Creative Nonfiction

4.1.4.1. Flowers in the Crypt by Catherina Garcia Dario

4.2. Visayas: Hybrid Modes in Local Color

4.2.1. Hinilawod

4.2.2. Serialized Novel

4.2.3. Local Teledramas and Romantic Films

5. Explore Texts and Contexts

5.1. Green Girl by Cyan Abad-Jugo

5.2. The Summer Solstice by Nick Joaquin

5.3. The Bread of Salt by N.V.M. Gonzales