Digmaan ng mga Alaala
This book is a study of two memoirs that narrate personal experiences of violence in a gruesome chapter of error in the national-democratic movement. Through close and comparative analysis, the importance of personal memory as a form of involvement in the struggle between revolution and counter-revolution is laid out. In these memoirs, complex personal and political conflicts emerge. Here, it highlights how the narration of the memory expresses the assertion and curiosity about the significance of the liberation project.
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