Bienvenido Santos

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Bienvenido Santos
Mibait 1911
Tondo, Menila
Kematayan 1996
Bangsa Filipino
Panaun ning pamaniulat 1955-1987
Genres makuyad a salita, novela
Bantug a obra Scent of Apples (1979)
What the Hell for You Left Your Heart in San Francisco? (1987)
Maulagang galal Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards (1956, 1961, 1965)
Republic Cultural Heritage Award in Literature
American Book Award (1980)
Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

I Bienvenido N. Santos (1911-1996) metung yang Filipino-Americanong talasulat ning paniulat a pikudta (fiction) ampong e pikudta (nonfiction), ampong poeta. Mibait ya ampong meragul king Tondo, Menila. Ibat la reng kayang pipumpunan king Lubao, Pampanga, Filipinas. Maluat yang menuknangan king Estados Unidos, nung nu re tuturing metung kareng menimunang (pioneering) talasulat a Asiano-Americano.

Obra

Novela

Pamitipun da reng Makuyad a Salita

  • Dear Miss Samonte
  • You Lovely People (1955,1976)
  • Brother, My Brother (1960)
  • The Day the Dancers Came (1967,1983)
  • Toledo is the Love (1969)
  • Dwell in the Wilderness (1985)

COLLECTIONS OF LETTERS..(UNKNOWN)

Poesia/Kawatasan

  • The Wounded Stag (1956,1992)
  • Distances: In Time (1983)
  • The March of Death

E Pikudta (Nonfiction)

  • Memory's Fictions: A Personal History (1993)
  • Postscript to a Saintly Life (1994)
  • Letters: Book 1 (1995)
  • Letters: Book 2 (1996)
  • My Most Memorable Christmas

Galal

Lon la murin

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Critical a pamanigaral

as of March 2008:

  1. On Loss: Anticipating a Future for Asian American Studies By: Shiu, Anthony Sze-Fai; MELUS: The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, 2006 Spring; 31 (1): 3-33.
  2. Bienvenido N. Santos By: Tensuan, Theresa M.. IN: Madsen, Asian American Writers. Detroit, MI: Gale; 2005. pp. 273-78
  3. Up from Benevolent Assimilation: At Home with the Manongs of Bienvenido Santos By: Bascara, Victor; MELUS: The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, 2004 Spring; 29 (1): 61-78.
  4. A Filipino Prufrock in an Alien Land: Bienvenido Santos's The Man Who (Thought He) Looked Like Robert Taylor By: Ty, Eleanor; Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory, 2001 Sept; 12 (3): 267-83.
  5. Bienvenido N. Santos (1911-1996) By: Mannur, Anita. IN: Nelson, Asian American Novelists: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood; 2000. pp. 317-22
  6. Themes in the Poetry of Bienvenido Santos By: Rico, Victoria. IN: Garcia, The Likhaan Book of Philippine Criticism. Quezon City, Philippines: U of the Philippines P; 2000. pp. 174-96
  7. Filipino Writing in the United States: Reclaiming Whose America? By: San Juan, E., Jr.. IN: Garcia, J. Neil C.; The Likhaan Book of Philippine Criticism. Quezon City, Philippines: U of the Philippines P; 2000. pp. 441-64
  8. The Novels of Bienvenido N. Santos By: Grow, L. M.. Quezon City, Philippines: Giraffe; 1999.
  9. Filipino American Literature By: Gonzalez, N. V. M.. IN: Cheung, An Interethnic Companion to Asian American Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP; 1996. pp. 62-124
  10. You Lovely People: The Texture of Alienation By: Rico, Victoria S.; Philippine Studies, 1994; 42 (1): 91-104.
  11. Marriage in Philippine-American Fiction By: Manuel, Dolores de; Philippine Studies, 1994; 42 (2): 210-16.
  12. Themes in the Poetry of Bienvenido Santos By: Rico, Victoria; Philippine Studies, 1994; 42 (4): 452-74.
  13. Split-Level Christianity in The Praying Man By: Puente, Lorenzo; Philippine Studies, 1992; 40 (1): 111-20.
  14. The Myth and the Matrix in Bienvenido N. Santos' Scent of Apples: Searching for Harmony among Incongruities By: Valdez, Maria Stella; DLSU Dialogue, 1991; 25 (1): 73-86.
  15. The Poet and the Garden: The Green World of Bienvenido N. Santos By: Grow, L. M.; World Literature Written in English, 1989 Spring; 29 (1): 136-145.
  16. Echoes and Reflections in Villa Magdalena By: Vidal, Lourdes H.; Philippine Studies, 1987; 35 (3): 377-382.
  17. Can These, Too, Be Midwestern? Studies of Two Filipino Writers By: Bresnahan, Roger J.; Midamerica: The Yearbook of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature, 1986; 8: 134-147.
  18. Modern Philippine Poetry in the Formative Years: 1920-1950 By: Grow, L. M.; ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, 1984 July; 15 (3): 81-98.
  19. The Christian World-View of Bienvenido N. Santos By: Grow, L. M.; AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 1983 Nov.; 60: 234-251.
  20. The Midwestern Fiction of Bienvenido N. Santos By: Bresnahan, Roger J.; Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature Newsletter, 1983 Summer; 13 (2): 28-37.
  21. Augusto F. Espiritu, "Fidelity and Shame: Bienvenido Santos," in Five Faces of Exile: The Nation and Filipino American Intellectuals. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2005. pp. 139-178.

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