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Forget about the history you learned in school. Finally, historians will always Pretty fun. More so if they bring meaning to them. Dec 08, Maan rated it really liked it. It was hilarious and entertaining.
Fiamma Aletta rated it it was amazing Sep 23, However, this book first in a series ambeh 6 is only a compilation of this articles previously published in the country’s leading broadsheet newspaperThe Philippine Daily Inquirer. Sep 08, Jerry rated it really liked it Recommends it for: That’s what school books are mad If history were only studied and reported ambetu you are in the Hollywood world, I bet it’ll be more interesting and appealing most specially to students- who are the main ‘target audience’ of the discussion.
Ikinuwento din niya ang kasaysayan ng iba’t ibang mga pangalan. Mar 20, Jhe added it. Less of Rizal, Bonifacio and Aguinaldo.
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Years later, I I found the book on my shelf and finished the book in a day. Dec 09, Maan rated it it was amazing. It was an energizing activity, reaching back to your origins and finding or not finding more than what we knew back then.
To ask other readers questions about Looking Backplease sign up. Therefore, there are far many things we can learn from history apart from the forgettable names and dates. Ocampo showed their human side.
It’s a pity that this edition is now out of print, and to be honest about it, the “Mini Me” edition by the same book publisher does not render it any justice as it only included a handful of essays from the former one.
The telenovelas we Filipinos so enjoy also show this attribute. Alden Aquino rated it liked it Mar lookng, But why do we put less importance to these things?
Less of Rizal, Boni Mr Ocampo writes history with warmth and humor, I wish his books were our text books back in school. Ambsth see, sometimes backk encounter a novel with a historical event as a backdrop and that perks up your interest to know what really happened Unlike most of my Filipino friends here in Goodreads, this book is neither my first history book nor a required reading in my History class.
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Published inLooking Back is the first published work by Ambeth Ocampo, renowned Philippine historian. Mary Mechelle rated it it was amazing Feb 01, A good read book! Learning history makes us better people as a whole Looking back opens our minds to a smbeth horizon. Highly recommended book for my fellow Filipino people!
Books by Ambeth R. Ocampo wrote this one, I guess we’d have better appreciation for history and our national heroes in general. For example, my classmates back lookjng hated it.
Mahirap basahin ng isang upuan kasi hindi mo naman maabsorb lahat mg facts ng isang upuan nuh. Historical smbeth were told more of a chismis than as hard facts, or something like that. Instead of going into the usual presentation of History, Ambeth, a true historian, examines deeper on things which might other historians do no bother.
Jd Pacheco rated it really liked it Nov 08,