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Lualhati Bautista .. several awards for her short stories such as “Tatlong Kuwento sa Buhay ni Juan Candelabra” and “Buwan. Bata Bata Paano Ka Ginawa. Then I picked up one of the books in my TBR, Bata, Bata. Pa’no Ka Ginawa is also about the choices she made as a woman at a time when. Lualhati Bautista Bata, Bata Pa’no Ka Ginawa? August 6, | Author: Raz Mahari Lualhati Bautista Description. Bata, Bata Pa’no Ka Ginawa?.

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She imagined Maya if her daughter will won, she will be signed by a producer and will be directed by Lino Brocka, but Lea disagreed because for her joining a contest is nothing, the totality of a person is still important and not being beautiful or whatsoever. It was Martial Law then and the military banned the film for its very message, though it won awards in the Catholic Mass Media Awards during the same year.

Totoo nga yatang mas malakas ang babae sa lalaki, dahil ang babae’y obligadong humarap sa problema niya nang hindi lasing.

In short, this book is outdated. Lea became so angry that she slapped Ojie on the face. Chapter 27 Lea participated in a protest in Plasa Roma which aims to free political detainees.

But only if you’re old enough to know that life isn’t black and white.

This took place in the very messy Martial Law baga in the Philippines, when we were under an oppressive regime and a lot of people who are outspoken against the Marcos government were found dead or declared missing. We have Raffy, a man who makes his own choices and does what he wants even if he has to leave his family; we have Ding, the more repressive kind who thinks women should stay at home and is a luaphati boy; Ojie, a growing young man torn between wanting a father and yet knowing his mother is doing what’s best for him; and Maya, a young preschool who knows more about real life than her peers do at that age.


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The theory believes that men and women should be politically, socially and economically equal. But Lea’s children were both growing-up — and Lea could see their gradual transformation. Marami na ang taong naghihiwalay at nagkakaroon muli ng asawa at anak sa ating lipunan.

Audible Download Audio Books. When Maya put the phone down her mom batx her why she used it for so long. Oct 04, Jayem added it Recommends it for: I was just a little disappointed that the most famous line from the movie- “Akala mo lang wala, pero meron, meron, meron!

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Sister Ann was with them who kept on asking Lea about her relationship with Ding. Detalyado at madaling maunawaan ng sinumang makakabasa,at ang mga salitang ginamit ay madaling maunawaan, Malalaking aral sa buhay ang iniuukit nito sa bawat batw.

Then Ojie introduced Maya to his father and they went to Fiesta Carnival. Sep 06, cel de Jesus rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Johnny, her sparring partner, was not able to convince Lea to join. This was one of the books that our Filipino teacher required us to read.

I truly admire Lea’s character because it only shows that the persona that we, the readers, are following is a human. Na ang babae hindi dapat nagpapa-define o nagpapasakop sa lalaki. Chapter 23 In the office all papers, local and foreign, contained a headline about the assassination of Benigno Aquino. Both of them argued for a while when the school principal told them that she is both. It depicts Marxism in a way that land owners who belong in the upper class will do everything just to oust the illegal settlers who have no permanent home and belong to the lower socio economic class.


But Lea, being herself, argued about the idea. Lea started taking pictures while her eyes started to tears. Her acting is outstanding here.

Maging ilan sa mga salitang ginamit ay hindi angkop sa mga musmos. She has deep compassion for people who needed the assistance and was willing to help the community. Aug 28, Haeja rated it it was amazing Shelves: Instead of staying back from conversations, they are now pawno when speaking.

Bata, Bata Pa’no Ka Ginawa? by Lualhati Bautista

Another important ideology that Lea imparted to her children as a woman with lualhsti view-point of the society is giving her children of their own free will. When you marry, you hata your name, if you are a female while man does not. And her job required more of her presence taking less of her vacant time for her children. Lea was courageously claiming that she had two husbands and two children and there is nothing to be ashamed of that.

She was also honest to her children that she loves both their fathers, and she was honest about her marital condition to other people.