The fine, bluish mist, low over the tobacco fields, was lifting and thinning moment by moment. A ragged strip of mist, pulled away by the morning breeze, had caught on the clumps of bamboo along the banks of the stream that flowed to one side of the barrio. Before long the sun would top the Katayaghan hills, but as yet no people were around. In the grey shadow of the hills, the barrio was gradually awaking.
Arguilla The story is about Manong whom had encountered a girl in the mid-day of summer. When he saw her, he got curious and started following her everywhere she go.
Every detail on what the girl is doing was noted in the story. By the way she got the jar placed in her head and etc.
He then portrayed what the young lady look like. He left the bull and his cart in the road as he followed the young lady. As the young lady does her thing, the boy continues his journey and lunch came.
He then rest and waited in a path where he know the young lady will pass. After some time he waited until the lady was there and offered the lady the lunch he have. They became acquaintances and started chatting about stuffs.
The girl shared that all they have as food is salt and rice that made Manong shocked. The young lady offered Manong to go to their house but Manong insisted.
The young lady still wants Manong to go to their house so Manong decided to go because he got no house to sleep for the night. I think Manong felt love that instant she met the young lady.
With him only looking for a distance made his heart grow fonder. It made an urge to know more about the young lady. With the young lady offering their home to this stranger made a good implication to Manong that he had an idea that this young lady had a good heart. He then realize after the end of the day that he fell in love with the stranger he had met awhile ago.
That he can go where ever as long as he is with this girl. Midsummer by Manuel Arguilla We have so large base of authors that we can prepare a unique summary of any book. How fast would you like to get it? We'll occasionally send you account related and promo emails.Morning in Nagrebcan by Manuel Arguilla; Excerpt.
Ambo rose to his feet. He looked longingly at the black-spotted puppy in Baldo's arms. Suddently he bent down and tried to snatch the puppy away. But Baldo sent him sprawling in the dust with a deft push. Ambo did not cry. He came up with a fistful of sand which he flung in his brother's face.
English Major LET reviewer - Download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Manuel E. Arguilla was born on June 17, in Nagrebcan, Bauang, La Union to parents Crisanto Arguilla, a farmer, and Margarita Estabillo, a lausannecongress2018.com mediocre living was not a hindrance for Manuel to attain his dreams especially in literature.
Wife By Manuel Arguilla "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife," is a short story written by the highly acclaimed Filipino writer Manuel Arguilla. This award-winning story is a long-standing favorite in Philippine literature.
Manuel Arguilla. Ipinanganak sa Nagrebcan, Bauang, La Union noong Hunyo 17, Midsummer. 4. Morning in Nagrebcan. 5.
Rice. How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife (American Colonial Literature) She stepped down from the carretela of Ca Celin with a quick, delicate grace. She was lovely. Midsummer by Manuel Arguilla Plot The heat of the sun made the stranger stop.
It is about time for him to rest and take his lunch under the shade of a tree beside the lake.