The Women Of Malolos
|Author||Nicanor G. Tiongson|
|Pages||510 pages., 1085g|
|Dimension||7 x 10|
The Women of Malolos tells the story of the daring women who went to Governor General Weyler on December 12, 1888, to ask that a night school be opened for them so they could learn Spanish. The women were: Elisea Tantoco Reyes, Juana Tantoco Reyes, Leoncia Santos Reyes, Olympia San Agustin Reyes, Rufina T. Reyes, Eugenia Mendoza Tanchangco, Aurea Mendoza Tanchangco, Basilia Villariņo Tantoco, Teresa Tiongson Tantoco, Maria Tiongson Tantoco, Anastacia Maclang Tiongson, Basilia Reyes Tiongson, Paz Reyes Tiongson, Aleja Reyes Tiongson, Mercedes Reyes Tiongson, Agapita Reyes Tiongson, Filomena Oliveros Tiongson, Cecilia Oliveros Tiongson, Feliciana Oliveros Tiongson, and Alberta Santos Uitangcoy. Their courageous act inspired Rizal to write his famous letter to the Young Women of Malolos. The book, whose cover depicts an interpretation of the event by veteran artist Rafael del Casal,
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