Packing My Books

I’ve been too busy with other things to write anything here lately. Given Hello.Lenin!’s beginnings as a personal blog about books (before it gradually evolved into something else), allow me to show some of my books that I’ve packing to fill in the gap in postings. These will all be sent to my family’s house in Cebu:

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In the meantime, here are some of the few books remaining with me here in Iloilo:

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The books from left to right, top downwards:

  1. The Orange Tree by Carlos Fuentes
  2. Feast and Famine: Stories of Negros by Rosario Cruz Lucero
  3. The Birthday of the World and Other Stories by Ursula Le Guin
  4. Mga Tula ni Gelacio Guillermo
  5. Tugmaang Matatabil ni Axel Pinpin
  6. The Deleted World by Tomas Transtromer
  7. An Aquarium by Jeffrey Yang
  8. Bartleby & Co. by Enrique Vila-Matas
  9. Nazi Literature in the Americas by Roberto Bolano
  10. The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing
  11. Upside Down by Eduardo Galeano
  12. Philippine Society & Revolution by Amado Guerrero
  13. Mao Tse Tung on Art and Literature
  14. Agaw-Dilim, Agaw-Liwanag by Lualhati Milan-Abreu
  15. State and Revolution by V.I. Lenin
  16. Monthly Review July-August 2013
  17. The Political Economy of Growth by Paul Baran
  18. Dekada 70 by Lualhati Bautista
  19. The Dispossessed by Ursula Le Guin
  20. Desaparesidos by Lualhati Bautista
  21. The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon
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7 thoughts on “Packing My Books

  1. I hope that i can have the book entitled the Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon and the Pedadogy of the Opressed by Paulo Freire , two books that indicted colonialism, neo-colonialism and injustice. I also want to had Lenin’s The State and Revolution. I will read this in my enlightenment and education about the people’s struggle for national freedom, democracy, social justice.

  2. I also want the book of Gabriel Garcia Marquez entitled “One Hundred Years of Solitute”.It is all about the magical depiction of the social realities in Colombia, the country that has the longest “communist insurgency” in the world. Philippines is second.

    • You moght want to read Jose Ma. Sison’s Struggle for National Democracy, Amado Guerrero’s Philippine Society and Revolution, and Armando Liwanag’s Stand for Socialism Against Modern Revisionism. That is if you haven’t yet. All very good books by Fanon, Freire, Lenin, and Marquez you have listed there. Padayon!

  3. murag kasabot mog bisaya no? ganahan tâ ko mosulat ninyo kay may pangutana ko nga murag indirectly related ra sa blog. gisulayan nako pagemail apan di ko kaget sa verification instructions. kung ganahan mo, pwede mamalihug magsend sa akong email, makita man siguro na ninyo. salamat.

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