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ALAMAT NG GUBAT NI BOB ONG PDF

13 Sep Bob Ong’s “Alamat ng Gubat” is a contemporary book that talks about the The book was published in and is the fourth book by Bob Ong. 9 Oct The contemporary book Alamat ng Gubat follows the adventures of an My Thoughts About Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong (Book Review #60) My Thoughts About Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Book. Bob Ong – “Ang Alamat ng Gubat”. p. 1 / Embed or link this publication. Popular Pages. p. 1. [close]. p. 2. [close]. p. 3. [close]. p. 4. [close]. p. 5. [close]. p. 6.

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Tong was a crab. He can be compared with a politician that is corrupt, greedy for power and money.

Character Analysis: Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong – coffee+bokeh

The whole experience is like being trapped inside a Maalaala Mo Kaya set. Ulang was a lobster who mirrored lazy Filipinos.

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My Thoughts About Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong (Book Review #60) – BONGBONGBOOKS

alamat ng gubat ni bob ong Dysfunctional families, broken dreams, and false hopes also plague our protagonists as they face everyday adversities. But of course, no one still knows what has happened to Leon and his gang. If put into social reality, it seems that Leon was alamar of a president with Buwaya as a congressman perhaps, however both guba them were liars who used Tong in order to figure out where the rest of the animals are hiding.

Which happened to me three Christmases ago!

Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong – Student’s Corner

Tong is a small crab who is looking for a banana heart in the forest to cure his sickly father. Nang lumabas na magkasukat ang una at ikatlong libro, hiniling ni BO sa publisher alamat ng gubat ni bob ong paliitin na rin ang ikalawang libro. It might strike some readers that this piece is very, very different from your typical Bob Ong. Follow Me FanboyChronicles Again!

You are commenting using your Twitter account. The author used the animals to portray the current context of the Philippines. Bibe sticks with Palaka because of his wealth.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. What I dislike about this book however is how loose the book was written. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Towards alamat ng gubat ni bob ong end of this book, the author will make gugat realize that we do not need superheroes to save us. Ibinalik ito sa kanya ng artist sa kulay na red orange.

The author used basic words and terms in Tagalog language so nog Filipino readers will alamat ng gubat ni bob ong comprehend. Angel Posh rated it it was amazing Mar 06, But instead of helping the other, alamat ng gubat ni bob ong to bpb object, the ones on the bottom reluctantly rush to the top to get it by themselves because the object was said to be powerful. His books are always a reflection and commentary of the past and current Filipino setting. Angelica Lalia rated it liked it Jun 14, June 8, Categories: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

Nangyari ang lahat ng ito dahil sa prediksyon ng isang tao na nagsabing orange daw ang ikaapat na libro ni BO. While he begins his journey he finds he and his friends also fight the evil animals in the forest. Alamat ng Gubat is notable for it’s allegorical references to Philippine society. Excerpt 58; The Alamat ng Gubat Legend of the Forest is a novel which was the fourth book published by Bob Ong, a Filipino contemporary author noted for using conversational Filipino to create humorous and reflective depictions of life as a Filipino.

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The story is about a little crab named “Tong” searching for a banana heart to cure his father from sickness.