The Tragedy of the Revolution (Paperback)Adrian E. Cristobal (author)
Paperback 112 Pages / Published: 01/06/2007
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"A polemic on revolution and heroism" is how Adrian Cristobal describes this account of Andres Bonifacio's life and death in the Katipunan, the organization he founded and led in the revolution against Spain. Cristobal locates his subject's fate within the context of the larger tragedy of the Filipino people. This book shows how tribalism, thirst for power, and diabolical manipulation marred the nobility of the struggle for national freedom.
Publisher: University of the Philippines Press
Number of pages: 112
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