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10 thoughts on “Bata Bata Pa'no Ka Ginawa?

  1. says:

    This book is my 158th read book for this year but just the second time that I am giving a 1 star rating As much as possible I don't give this rating because there are always somethings to like in a book Just imagine the hours the writer put in writing the book and prior to its release he or she must have said a lot of prayers asking God to ma

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    Makes you proud to be a woman

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    Posted in My Book MusingsIt's been a very long time since I last wrote a review It's not for lack of reading oh no I've been reading a lot But not everything I've read has inspired me to write a review to praise them or to express my disappoint

  4. says:

    every Filipino should read this great novel

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    It is easy—and lazy to be frank—to think that Bata Bata Pa'no Ka Ginawa? is a recycled Dekada '70 Bautista's earlier novel I almost did just because Lea the main character is a mother like Amanda was in DekadaIt was made immediately apparent however that Lea is a modern and unconventional woman in a the romantic sense with one husband in marriage and another in bed; and b the socio political sense she is a

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    Talagang mahal na ang lahat wala nang mura kundi buhay ng Pilipino Page 151This is the first book that I've read written in

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    This story by Lualhati Bautista is set at the 1980's when the 1st People Power Revolution aka EDSA I occurred It is a story about a woman a mother a person a FilipinoIts title Bata Bata Pa'no Ka Ginawa? Child Child How were you made? would seem scandalous depending on the person who views it But it really does apply to t

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    This was one of the books that our Filipino teacher reuired us to read Truth be told I have never been a fan of Philippine literature So when I bought it I wasn't expecting too much But lo and behold when I started reading it I couldn't stop even my classmates who never read were smitten by the book Bata Bata is

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    One of the best I read this year this novel is a powerful commentary on motherhood single parenthood marriage desire and a

  10. says:

    i read this when I was in my second year of high school This novel is meaningful when I read it again when I was in 2nd year college It became a masterpiece for a film fest movie I laughed when Luwalhati Bautista

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G kailangan Lahat ng panahon ay hindi panahon ng mga takot at pagtitmpi; lahat ng panahon ay panahon ng pagpapasiy. This was one of the books that our Filipino teacher reuired us to read Truth be told I have never been a fan of Philippine literature So when I bought it I wasn t expecting too much But lo and behold when I started reading it I couldn t stop even my classmates who never read were smitten by the book Bata Bata is a novel that will show you the true grit of a single mother who defies society s conventions eg having two children each by a different man refusing to be a mere housewife The dialogue is witty and sharp But what I liked most about this book is that it s straight to the point No frills Bautista lays out the situation like it is Truly a brilliant book

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Hanggang sa ang bata ay hindi na bata kundi ama o ina Ano ang ituuro niya ngayon sa kanyang mga anak Lahat ng dapa. Makes you proud to be a woman

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T niyang matutuhan ngayon pa lang hindi pagkamasunurin at pagkakimi kundi pagkibo pag may sasabihin at paglaban pa. Talagang mahal na ang lahat wala nang mura kundi buhay ng Pilipino Page 151This is the first book that I ve read written in Tagalog that I actually finished because let s be real I never finished reading Ibong Adarna Noli Me Tangere and other books reuired for class because it s Buwan ng Wika or Language Month It was definitely a change of pace from my usual books and genres but I do not regret reading it This was written during the Marcos Regime and it highlighted the wrongdoings and injustices that people faced during this time For me it meshed awkwardly with the main character s life but nonetheless it gave me a portrait of how it was like during this time The main character Lea Bustamante is also not your typical heroine or dare I say woman She basically said Screw gender roles No man or woman can dictate my choices in life She is the very epitome of a strong independent woman who occasionally needs a man lol Although there were a lot of cheating themes in this book I liked the fact that Lea is portrayed as horny It s because we always see men rotating over different girls and no one bats an eye but if a girl is seen with many guys she s instantly shunned and disliked I really liked how Lea did not give a shit to what other people said about to her My only complaint about this story is that it was bitin or ended too uickly I would have loved to see of Lea s journey and acceptance of the fact that she should stop looking for happiness in men Anyway this is my first book from Lualhati Bautista and I m excited to read 3