Philippine Revolution Of 1896 (ordinary Lives In Extraordinary Times)
|Dimension||6 x 9|
Presents selected works by scholars from different parts of the world, using varied historical sources, and bringing in new perspectives on the Revolution of 1896. Topics of essays include gender and ethnicity during the Revolution; corruption in the second-half of the nineteenth century; the circuitions "intra-Asian trade" ; the influx of refugees to Cavite, which affected the rivalry between Bonifacio and Aguinaldo; the travails of the Franciscan friars; and the hopes and fears of a Spanish soldier as seen through his letters.
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