Philippine Literature

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    Christine Dickinson 9 February 2010 Literature in Real Life To be honest, even as a young child, my heart never much gravitated towards my academic education but more so towards the things I could physically wrap my hands around. It was later in life when the idea of certain concepts motivated me to further my actual academic education while continuing the hands on entrepreneurial education I was obtaining from my many years in retail. I have always lacked the over-achiever attitude when

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  • Philippine Economy

    PHILIPPINE ECONOMY SLIDE 1 Title: Philippine Economy SLIDE 2 (General Facts about P.E.) Population: 94.0 million GDP (PPP): $351.4 billion 7.3% growth 4.9% 5-year compound annual growth $3,737 per capita Unemployment: 7.3% Inflation (CPI): 3.8% FDI Inflow: $1.7 billion QUICK FACTS * 43rd largest in the world, according to 2011 World Bank statistics and it is also one of the emerging markets in the world. * The primary exports include semiconductors and electronic

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    Douglass was a man with so little at the beginning and ended up with so much more than many African American man could ever dream of during this time. Work Cited Douglass, Frederick. "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave." 2009. The Heath Anthology of American Literature. 6th ed. Vol. B. Boston, MA [u.a.: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publ., 2009. 2047-048. Print.

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    Literature Review Topic: Comparative studies of two brands (Sony India & Samsung India - FPTV) In past 5 years Indian Television market has witnessed drastic changes intensity of competition, promotional schemes and deferred payment option. Indian TV market has long moved from Black & White TV’s to color CRT TV’s to LCE TV’s to LED, smart LED and now OLED TV’s. The entrenched position of Indian companies such as Videocon, BPL and Onida have challenged by MNC’s like Samsung, Sony, LG

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    Choose two works that you saw as addressing the same theme, but through different forms. First, discuss the form. What form was each in? Did that form give you any particular difficulties when you read through that work? Next, explain how the form of the work influenced the way the theme came across in each. What sort of an effect did the way the work was shaped have on the theme itself? After reading so many stories in this class there were two pieces of literature that themes were quite

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  • Philippine Constitution

    PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION ARTICLE 1: The national territory comprises the Philippine archipelago, with all the islands and waters embraced therein, and all other territories over which the Philippines has sovereignty or jurisdiction, consisting of its terrestrial, fluvial and aerial domains, including its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the insular shelves, and other submarine areas. The waters around, between, and connecting the islands of the archipelago, regardless of their breadth

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  • Philippine Forest

    PHILIPPINE FOREST Under our constitution, a forest is legally defined as “that portion of the public domain characterized by a predominant growth of trees or wood species, including nipa, mangrove, and all lands of the public domain not classified as agricultural, industrial, commercial, residential, resettlement, minerals or grazing lands”. It is often said that life comes from the forest. It is an area of land where flora and fauna are present. Types of Philippine Forests

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  • Philippine History

    historical events: the histories of Shakespeare. Definition of Archipelago A large group of islands: the Philippine archipelago. A sea, such as the Aegean, containing a large number of scattered islands. [Italian Arcipelago, the Aegean Sea, alteration (influenced by arci-, chief, archi-) of Medieval Latin gopelagus : LatinAegaeus, gus, Aegean (from Greek Aigaios) + Latin pelagus, sea (from Greek pelagos; see plk-1 in Indo-European roots).] an expanse of water with many scattered islands 2 a

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  • Philippine Government

    from each party's list is about one-fourth of the number of the party's elected representatives. All Philippine citizens who are at least 18 years old may vote.

 The Philippine Constitution is the fundamental basis of the laws of the land. The country has had several Constitutions, but the current one was adopted through a nationwide plebiscite in 1987. It is supported by other laws, such as the Civil Code, the Labor Code, the Omnibus Investments Code, and the National Internal Revenue Code

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  • Philippine Regions

    virtually ravaged Spain’s textile industry. According to specialists, it was utilized as sail cloths for the galleons and was commensurable to Belgian linen. Abel was pristinely used from the time one was born ‘til one’s death, from baby blanket to death robe. And for all other occasions in between. Take some time to plot out your itinerary, because it can be inundating. You can tailor your own food trip, architectural escapade, adventure tour or just relax along the West Philippine Sea. But

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  • Philippine Caats

    Auditing Standards and Practices Council Philippine Auditing Practice Statement 1009 COMPUTER-ASSISTED AUDIT TECHNIQUES PAPS 1009 PHILIPPINE AUDITING PRACTICE STATEMENT 1009 COMPUTER-ASSISTED AUDIT TECHNIQUES CONTENTS Paragraphs Introduction Description of Computer Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs) Considerations in the Use of CAATs Using CAATs Using CAATs in Small Entity IT Environments Effective Date Acknowledgment 1-3 4-6 7-16 17-25 26 27 28-29 The Auditing Standards and Practices

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    express his feelings irrespective of any response. Serious imaginative literature, authoritative statements, autobiography, essays and personal correspondence are typical expressive text – types. The core of the informative of language is external situation, the facts of a topic, reality outside language, including reported ideas or theories. Informative texts are concerned with any topic of knowledge and often have standard formats: a text book, a technical report, a S

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    References for Literature Review (Final) 1. SMEs internationalisation Agndal, Henrik; Chetty, Sylvie. The impact of relationships on changes in internationalisation strategies of SMEs, European Journal of Marketing41. 11/12 (2007): 1449-1474. Etemad, H. and Wright, R.W. (2003), “Internationalization of SMEs: Toward a New Paradigm”, Small Business Economics, 20, 1-4. Ibeh, K.I.N. (2003), ‘Toward a Contingency Framework of Export Entrepreneurship: Conceptualisations and Empirical Evidence

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  • Philippine Culture

    communist countries, and did not maintain diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union or any other communist state. The United States is the largest foreign consumer of Philippine products. In many ways the survival of the philippine economy depends on the united States. We purchase almost all of the sugar exports, most of the coconut oil, embroidery, at least half of the base metals, and a fourth of the lumber. The United States supplies most of the Philippine imports of machinery, dairy products

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  • Philippine Biodiversity

    PHILIPPINE BIODIVERSITY Deforestation Deforestation, clearance or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a non-forest use.[1] Examples of deforestation include conversion of forestland to farms, ranches, or urban use. The term deforestation is often misused to describe any activity where all trees in an area are removed.[not in citation given][neutrality is disputed] However in temperate climates, the removal of

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  • Philippine Drama

    Drama is Simply Drama By chelsea_is_a_penguin | Studymode.com Humanities Drama is Simply Drama Drama is simply drama. Drama is not about the spectacle nor the actors as well as the place where they present it. It’s not all about theatre, it’s more than that. As I have read Nicanor G. Tiongson’s “What is Philippine Drama” and have watched his documentary “Dulaan”, we could see that drama is more than what we know. Drama may come in various packages. It may be simple or extravagant, unpopular

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    Edition. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004. Brenda Machosky is an Assistant Professor of English and Humanities at University of Hawai`i West O`ahu. A member of the Shakespeare Association of America, Machosky teaches courses in Shakespeare, Early English Literature, World Literature, writing, and drama. She recently published Thinking Allegory Otherwise, an edited collection of essays, with Stanford University Press. Her book Faces of Allegory is forthcoming with Fordham University

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    Review of Related Literature A review of related literature is the process of collecting, selecting, and reading books, journals, reports, abstracts, and other reference materials. The following information may be collected: 1. Background information about the problem and related concepts. 2. Theories that explain the existence of the problem and the possible connection between certain factors and the problem 3. Data that confirms the existence and seriousness of the problem 4

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  • Philippine History

    7.24 EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Protest Literature Protest literature—at other times, in other contexts, referred to as revolutionary literature, literature of engagement, combat literature, committed literature, literature of resistance, proletarian literature, people's literature, socially conscious literature, and perhaps a Philippine contribution to the taxonomy, the literature of circumvention (simply defined as "a body of works that expressed social and political protest in veiled terms")—has had a long history in the Philippines.

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    UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS International General Certificate of Secondary Education LITERATURE (ENGLISH) Paper 1 Open Texts Additional Materials: *9343930007* 0486/01 October/November 2008 2 hours 15 minutes Answer Booklet/Paper Texts studied should be taken into the examination room. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST If you have been given an Answer Booklet, follow the instructions on the front cover of the Booklet. Write your Centre number, candidate number

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    continued to be skewed towards the lower grades. The incidence of candidates being wholly unprepared for the examination was again relatively small, yet most responses tended to fall into the category of being ‘adequate’. Teachers are urged to make use of the various guidelines and aids to learning being developed by the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), to help students be more comfortable with both language and literature, and to improve language through the skills acquired in studying

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  • Philippine Literature

    Poetry -A languagearranged in lines with regular rhythm, meter andoften with definite rhyme scheme  -Use figurative language  -“rhythmical creation of beauty” – Edgar Allan Poe a.Narrative Poetry -intends to tell a story  - Usuallyrelates the events in an order of time  ^Types^ 1.Epic   –tells about the adventures of a traditional hero important to the history 2.Ballad   –meant for singing &usually deals with subject such as love, honor or death 3.Metrical Romance- is a long

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    Poetry, prose, sonnets, drama, plays, short stories and novels are concepts that first came to my mind when I think in the question “What is literature?” The definition of literature has change over time. The only thing that is certain about the meaning of literature is that the definition will change. The concepts about what is literature about also change over time. In order to get a clear understanding of exactly what literature is, first we need to know its definition. According to the

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    LITERATURE Literature is a term used to describe written or spoken material. Broadly speaking, "literature" is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to works of the creative imagination, including works of poetry, drama, fiction, and nonfiction.  Literature, in its broadest sense, is any written work; etymologically the term derives from Latinliteratura/litteratura "writing formed with letters

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    IMPACT OF NURSE SHORTAGE ON HOSPITAL‐BASED PATIENT CARE AND NURSES  1 Literature Review Nursing shortage is acknowledged nationwide as a problem in the health care sector that has generated a body of research by various scholars. A review of the existing literature was done using EBSCO Host and Cochrane data bases with the goal of exploring the nature of nursing shortages in hospitals and other health care facilities. The search keywords include nursing shortage, stress, work environment

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    im a student of english language and literature department. i want to join this cite in order to get some views relating to my homeworks. today while i was studying for my research paper about multiculturalism in america, i came across a piece of useful paper on this cite which i have thought i can be helpful for my paper. and i have wanted to read the rest of it. that is why i want to register into the cite. A self-styled "black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet," writer Audre Lorde dedicated

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    across the Luzon-Strait lies Taiwan, while in the western Philippines across the Southern China Sea sit Vietnam. The nation includes numerous small island factions but comprises largely of the Philippine Islands, the hugest in Malay-Archipelago. The surrounding waters consist of the Philippine and Pacific Sea in the east; the Celebes and Sulu seas in the south, as well as the Southern China Sea in the west that separates the islands from many bays, straits, gulf, and seas. Katrina’s family came to

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  • Philippine Culture

    national dish, adobo. It has as many recipes as we have islands. But we all share it. With islands so diverse, Philippine culture is a buffet or fun and festivity. Wherever we go, we will be welcomed by people as warm as summer and that is the Filipino culture First, is that the Philippines is not an ethnically homogeneous country. There are some 170 languages spoken here and some cultures are very regionals such as the Ifugao art and handicraft. Second, the country was a colony for more

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    Joplin, David. "Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud." Explicator 56.2 (1998): 67. Academic Search Premier. Web. 14 Mar. 2015. Steen, Gerard. "Analyzing Metaphor In Literature: With Examples From William Wordsworth's 'I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud'." Poetics Today 20.3 (1999): 499-522. Academic Search Premier. Web. 14 Mar. 2015.

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    Phase5 IP Literature: Reflecting on the big picture LITR201-1502A-08 Professor Wright Terralyn Montgomery May 7, 2015 Literature can be defined as creative writing from creative imaginations. Poetry, non-fiction, fiction, and drama are literature works. It describes tradition and cultures beginning centuries ago. “Saving Sourdi” was set in the United States of America. It takes place at the family operated restaurant. Literature affects people personally according to their current

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    Symbolism, theme, and other literary elements within literature Michelle Deckard ENG125 Instructor Heather Neilson 08/18/2014 Symbolism, theme, and other literary elements within literature Literary works are a way of escaping or comparing to day to day life. Many works can grab you with extensive word usage, language, emotion, and even setting. Symbolism which is used in most literary works such as, The Worn path, by Eudora Welty and Good country people by Flannery

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    muhammad hasan askari Literature and Revolution* What is the relationship between literature and revolution? Should lit- erature assist revolution and, if so, to what degree? Before deliberating on these questions we should first determine the precise meaning of the term ìrevolution,î because many champions of revolution are found to be generally unaware of what the term implies and what we ourselves understand it to mean. A host of problems arise from the lack of a proper

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  • Philippine Economy

    The Philippine economy managed to grow in the first semester of 2014 despite the haunting effect of Typhoon Yolanda that hit the country during the fourth quarter of 2013 and the lingering weakness of the global economy. For the first semester of 2014, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 6.0%, relatively slower than 7.8% reported in the first semester of 2013 and below the 6.5% -7.5% National Government’s target for the year. Meanwhile, Gross National Income (GNI) accelerated by 7.2% from 6.8

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    “The research process” Flowchart 1. Identify the research problem: In this first phase you consider a research problem based in your interests and in your field. 2. Perform a literature review: Search for literature related to the problem to gain knowledge about the topic. 3. State the purpose of the study: It is important to be specific and clear when stating your purpose at the study. 4. Develop a research plan: Steps for developing and conducting your research that

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    opposition. While in detention, they experienced various forms of tortures, harassment, intimidation, inhumane treatment and summary execution. The human rights violations during the Marcos regime were believed to be committed by the Armed Forces of the Philippine (AFP), Philippines Constabulary (now Philippines National Police or PNP) and the Civilian Home Defense Force (CHDF). According to the Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP), there were an estimated 22,287 detained civilians and

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    Application of Marxism on The Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald Marxist literary critics tend to look for tensions and contradictions within literary works. This is appropriate because Marxism was originally formulated to analyze just such tensions and contradictions within society. Marxist literary critics also see literature as intimately linked to social power, and thus their analysis of literature is linked to larger social questions. Since Marxism is a belief system which can be used to analyze

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  • Philippine Catholic

    called such thinking as sociological imagination. It enables an individual to see a bigger understanding on how they live their lives and one’s role in the society. Through this special type of thinking, we can see how our personal lives are connected to society. The Philippine Archipelago is home to 90 million people.... [tags: Religion] 842 words (2.4 pages) $14.95 [preview] It's Time to Update the Catholic Mass - Catholic faith believes that thousands of years ago, God sent his son Jesus

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    Short talk In students’ point of view, literature is just a subject in our school education or a compilation of various writings impart of our history. However, in its deeper sense, how literature affects our life? Literature is the body of written works of language, period or culture. It must be an analysis of experience and a synthesis of the findings into a unity. It not only describes reality but also adds to it. They are a depiction of the different facets of common man’s life. It

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  • Philippine Englishes

    as myths. Facts about the English language ! What do we know about the English language? Let’s consider some facts. Paper presented at the Panel Presentation on ENGAGING ELT IN THE MTBMLE DISCOURSE 2nd Philippine Conference - Workshop on MTBMLE, 16 February 2012, Iloilo City (page 1) • There are approximately 375 million English L1 speakers, 375 million L2 speakers, and 750 million EFL speakers (Graddol 2006). This means that that there are more nonnative than native speakers of

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    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE Int.J.Eng.Lang.Lit&Trans.StudiesVol.2.Issue.(IJELR) (Oct-Dec) AND TRANSLATION STUDIES 4.2015 A QUARTERLY, INDEXED, REFEREED AND PEER REVIEWED OPEN ACCESS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL http://www.ijelr.in KY PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH ARTICLE Vol.2.Issue 4.,2015 (Oct.-Dec.) A ROLE OF ENGLISH TEACHER IN STRENGTHENING THE VOCABULARY OF THE STUDENTS Dr.S.PADMA PRIYA Assistant Professor, Department of English, Adaikalamatha College, Vallam

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    Beso, Luiz Miguel B. BSE EN 2-1 Literature Students are asked to write literary analysis essays because this type of assignment encourages you to think about how and why a poem, short story, novel, or play was written. To successfully analyze literature, you’ll need to remember that authors make specific choices for particular reasons. Your essay should point out the author’s choices and attempt to explain their significance. Another way to look at a literary analysis is to consider a

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  • Philippine Folklore

    PHILIPPINE FOLKLORE: ENGKANTO BELIEFS HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: Philippine mythology is derived from Philippine folk literature, which is the traditional oral literature of the Filipino people. This refers to a wide range of material due to the ethnic mix of the Philippines. Each unique ethnic group has its own stories and myths to tell. While the oral and thus changeable aspect of folk literature is an important defining characteristic, much of this oral tradition had been

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  • Summary Philippine Literature

    Summary of Philippine Literature in English: Tradition and Change Due to the influence of the Americans after the Spanish-American War in 1898, Filipino writers started using English as the medium in writing literature. Main reasons for this were that English was not only used in all the schools in our country but it was also by people of high stature and by foreigners that come in and out of our country. Filipinos also became proficient with several

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    Brandon Parsons 2.The definition i would give for literature is "written books that have value and are timeless". The thing about good literature is that it does not have to be recent. Many works of literature from hundreds of years ago are still interesting and valueable to the modern day reader. Although times have changed, human nature really has not. People still can relate and have the same feelings as the characters in a book from centurys ago. Humans still have man vs self conflict

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  • Term Paper Philippine Literature

    Section F2: Classes of Amplifiers As mentioned in the introduction, an important role of the final stage of an amplification system is to ensure a low output resistance so that the output signal may be delivered to a low resistance load without loss of gain. Many times, the gain stages provide the output stage with signals that are large enough that the small-signal transistor model no longer applies (or must be used with caution). However, it is still of paramount importance that linearity

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    Literature BSHS 441 January4, 2012 Literature International Rescue Committee. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.rescue.org/ International Rescue Committee (IRC) is providing a massive information through their website, which includes the locations, contact information, and types of services. In this website each page relates to one type of service as we see. IRC is a great provider of advocacy for those whom are in any condition that are seeking help. For those people, who just

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    Study Habits Local Literature Essays and Term Papers http://www.termpaperwarehouse.com/essay-on/Academic-Performance-Related-To-Study-Habits/28443 Related Literature In Dorothy E. Jhonson’s Behavioral System Model, she stated that a behavioral system encompasses the patterned, repetitive, and purposeful ways of behaving. These ways of behaving form an organized and integrated functional unit that determines and limits the interaction between the personand his or her environment and

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    classrooms in today's high schools. While the need for expository text is vital to the success of a student to understand the content (i.e., Social Studies) curriculum, narrative literature and various other texts are a great way to supplement the learner with information from which they can draw a better understanding of the state standards. Explained below is a definition of narrative literature, advantages and disadvantages of using narrative text in the high school Social Studies classroom, and

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    to allocate, to use, and disburse coco-levy funds that Presidential Decree 232 of then President Ferdinand Marcos vested in the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA). It was pointed out that “an executive order cannot repeal a presidential decree which has the same standing as a statute enacted by Congress.” As to EO 313, the SC ruled that it is in contravention with Section 84(2) of PD 1445 or Ordaining and Instituting A Government Auditing Code of the Philippines and the 1987 Constitution. “A

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    INTRODUCTION Oral literature of folk literature refers to the heritage of imaginative verbal creations, stories, folk believes and songs of pre-literate societies have been evolved and passed on through the spoken word from one generation to the other. As a relatively new field of study. The African literature is a produce within an environment in the predominant of mode of communication is oral. African writers have also been falling back on the rich oral tradition of their people. The

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