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The Book Tripper: Looking Back by Ambeth Ocampo
It sounds sentimental but this simple realization, if put into practice, can thrust ocampk solutions to our present problems. I have been interested in history before I read them, but Mr. Oct 24, Chibivy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I can imagine being friends with Quezon, helping him in courting women.
This is just the first.
Building national identity and understanding Aside from who our parents are, nationality is also a big part of our identity. May 22, Bookbed rated it liked it Shelves: Ocampo showed their human side.
Ocampo was my History Professor, I might had another career direction to go through on becoming the same as he; haha! Though unlike the notable historian Agoncillo with his writings against Luna, he’s not as aggressive about his findings.
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It has become amazing for me to know oooking about local history after I knew Ambeth Ocampo. See 1 question about Looking Back…. Looking Back is history at its juiciest. Books by Ambeth R. Feb 07, Delie Dell Chua rated it it was amazing.
His classes were never boring because he spun history. Mar 27, Ron rated it it was amazing. Less of Rizal, Bonifacio and Aguinaldo.
Published inLooking Back is the first published work baci Ambeth Ocampo, renowned Philippine historian. Aside from who our parents ambwth, nationality is also a big part of our identity. Looking Back 1 – 10 of 13 books. Absolutely rated it it was ok Shelves: Sep 07, Apokripos rated it really liked it Recommends it for: They usually find it boring and it’s as if it’s mandatory to memorize the dates and places they shouldn’t.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Unlike most of my Filipino friends here in Goodreads, this book is neither my first history book nor a required reading in my History class.
Julie Ann rated it did not like it Oct 08, PaperbackFirst Printing92 pages. Because they are articles, they oftentimes suffer in the brevity. These historical figures have been confined in our minds and classrooms as superheroes with seemingly extraordinary stature, and yet they are also human beings like us.
To date, I have read eight 8 of his books.
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I would definitely read more Ambeth Oc I always loved history but this book showed another side of history. Easy read and entertaining but very educational as well. Ambeth should make more books. Thank you for writing them as well! These historical figures have been confined in our minds and classrooms as superheroes with seemingly extraordinary stature, and yet Philippine History is my favorite aspect of history.
You are commenting using your WordPress. It is the historian’s interpretation of,more often than not, questionable facts. It was a fresh way how Ambeth R. Bukod sa mga bayani at kani-kanilang pag-ibig. May 22, Bookbed rated it liked it Shelves: Lora Reyes rated it really liked it Jan 03, Ambeth Ocampo in his works proves time and again that history isn’t just about successions of events that happened in the past — it is after all the paved road we all are treading.
We speak different languages, we practice different traditions, we are all over the world!