Rizal: Contrary Essays
Edited by Petronilo BN. Daroy and Dolores S. Feria, this distinguished anthology of essays define a contrary position to the "Rizal Tradition" or the dominant scholarship and criticism on Jose Rizal. Culled from a wide range of writing over a long period of history, from the end of the 19th century until the 1960s, these 'contrary essays" present Rizal as a highly complex figure, as opposed to the "Rizal Tradition", which is deemed as simplistic and therefore inaccurate.
Contributors include Leopoldo Y. Yabes, Jose Ma. Sison, Claro M. Recto, Salvador P. Lopez, Carmen Guerrero Nakpil, Adrian E. Cristobal, Horacio dela Costa, SJ, E. San Juan Jr., among others.
Guro Books, Philippines
Softcover / 7 x 5 inches / 195 pages / BW
One copy only. Previously owned, with foxing stains on the pages, otherwise good condition.