Bata, Bata... Pa'no Ka Ginawa?

Bata, Bata... Pa'no Ka Ginawa?

Lualhati Bautista / May 25, 2019

Bata Bata Pa no Ka Ginawa Hanggang sa ang bata ay hindi na bata kundi ama o ina Ano ang ituuro niya ngayon sa kanyang mga anak Lahat ng dapat niyang matutuhan ngayon pa lang hindi pagkamasunurin at pagkakimi kundi pagkibo p

  • Title: Bata, Bata... Pa'no Ka Ginawa?
  • Author: Lualhati Bautista
  • ISBN: 9789711900977
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Hanggang sa ang bata ay hindi na bata kundi ama, o ina Ano ang ituuro niya ngayon sa kanyang mga anak Lahat ng dapat niyang matutuhan ngayon pa lang, hindi pagkamasunurin at pagkakimi, kundi pagkibo pag may sasabihin at paglaban pag kailangan Lahat ng panahon ay hindi panahon ng mga takot at pagtitmpi lahat ng panahon ay panahon ng pagpapasiya.

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      • Lualhati Bautista

        She was born in Tondo, Manila on December 2, 1945 to parents Esteban Bautista and Gloria Torres She studied in public schools, both in her elementary and high school years She graduated from the Emilio Jacinto Elementary School in 1958 and from Torres High School in 1962.She took up Journalism in the Lyceum of the Philippines, and eventually stopped schooling because all she wanted to do was write She started writing while she was still 16 years old, and was mainly influenced by her parents who were into composing and poem writing Her first stories were published in the magazine, Liwayway She was the vice president of the Screenwriters Guild of the Philippines and the chair of the Kapisanan ng mga Manunulat ng Nobelang Popular She became a national fellow for fiction of the University of the Philippines Creative Writing Center in 1986 She often joins in writing contests, only now she is one of the judges Until now, Ms Lualhati Bautista is one of the sought after writers of our time.Ms Lualhati Bautista is known for her outstanding and award winning novels Among these, are Gapo 1980 , Dekada 70 1983 , and Bata, Bata, Pa no Ka Ginawa 1984 All of these won the grand prize in the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature Aside from this, she has written numerous poems and short stories, some of which were compiled in an anthology In addition to being a novelist, Lualhati Bautista is also a movie and television scriptwriter and a short story writer Her first screenplay is Sakada Seasonal Sugarcane Workers , a story written in 1972 that exposed the plight of Filipino peasants Copies of the script were even confiscated by the military As a writer, Lualhati Bautista received recognition from the Philippine s Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature and then the Surian ng Wikang Pambansa in 1987 Her award winning screenplays include Bulaklak sa City Jail 1984 , Kung Mahawi Man ang Ulap 1984 , Sex Object 1985 Among the screen play writing awards she received include recognition from the Metro Manila Film Festival best story best screenplay , Film Academy Awards best story best screenplay , Star Awards finalist for best screenplay , FAMAS finalist for best screenplay , and URIAN awards Two of her short stories also won the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, namely Tatlong Kuwento ng Buhay ni Julian Candelabra Three Stories in the Life of Juan Candelabra , first prize, 1982 and Buwan, Buwan, Hulugan mo Ako ng Sundang Moon, Moon, Drop Me a Sword , third prize, 1983 She was honored on 10 March, 2004 during the 8th Annual Lecture on Vernacular Literature by Women by the Ateneo Library of Women s Writings ALIWW Among the television dramas she wrote include Daga sa Timba ng Tubig 1975 and Isang Kabanata sa Libro ng Buhay ni Leilani Cruzaldo 1987 The latter won best drama story for television from the Catholic Mass Media Awards.


    316 Comments

    1. This book is my 158th read book for this year but just the second time that I am giving a 1-star rating. As much as possible, I don't give this rating because there are always somethings to like in a book. Just imagine the hours the writer put in writing the book and prior to its release, he or she must have said a lot of prayers asking God to make readers buy and read it.But I also have to be honest to myself, right? I think Bautista should still be thankful that I bought and read her book. Any [...]


    2. "Hindi porke ina na 'ko'y huminto na 'ko sa paglaki. Hindi porke babae 'ko'y maiiwan ako sa labanan. Para sa kaligtasan ng lipunan at kinabukasan ng anak ko, sa digmaan ng mga uri't prinsipyo, sa mapayapa man o madugong pagbabago, magtiwala kayosama ako!"Mahirap maging isang ina. Aalagaan mo ang iyong anak mula sa iyong sinapupunan hanggang sa marating na niya ang kanyang pangarap. Walang day-off. Walang time-out. Wala ring expiration date. Kung ina ka na ngayon, habambuhay kang ina. Totoo.-bali [...]



    3. Makulay at kumplikado ang karakter ni Lea. Bilang isang ina, ang pinakamahalagang paraan ng pagpapakita ng pagmamahal na ibinigay nya sa kanyang mga anak ay ang pagbibigay sa kanila ng kalayaan sa pagpili ng gusto nila at pagpapasiya para sa kanilang sarili. Bilang isang mamamayan, naniniwala siya na importante sa bawat tao na ipaglaban ang karapatan niya sa pamamagitan ng pagbabantay sa gobyerno at pakikisama sa pagsigaw sa kalye at manindigan. Bilang isang babae, hindi niya ikinahiya na may pa [...]


    4. [Naalala ko ang librong ito ay binasa ko kasama ang aking kaibigan noong high school.]Ang papel ng mga kababaihan ngayon ay iba na sa nakagawian. Noon, ang mga babae ay kailangang nasa loob lamang upang gumawa ng mga gawaing bahay, mag-alaga ng bata at pamilya. Ni hindi pwedeng makipagsalitan ng mga kuro at usapan. Hindi rin pantay ang karapatan sa mga kalalakihan at hindi nabibigyan ng tsansang tumayo sa sariling paninindigan.Ngayon, katulad ng tauhang si Lea, siya ay nagpapakita na ang mga bab [...]



    5. Posted in My Book Musings.It's been a very long time since I last wrote a review. It's not for lack of reading, oh no. I've been reading a lot. But not everything I've read has inspired me to write a review, to praise them or to express my disappointment.Then I picked up one of the books in my TBR, Bata, BataPa'no Ka Ginawa?, last June 12 since it's Philippines' Independence Day, and I cannot help but write about it. I feel like I should. This is a deviation from my usual light fiction because t [...]


    6. This story by Lualhati Bautista is set at the 1980's when the 1st People Power Revolution (a.k.a. EDSA I) occurred. It is a story about a woman, a mother, a person, a Filipino.Its title, Bata, Bata Pa'no Ka Ginawa? (Child, Child How were you made?) would seem scandalous depending on the person who views it. But it really does apply to the story. No, not because of the protagonist's (Lea Bustamante) usual sexual urges but because of the open-mindedness that the book wants to propagate. If you try [...]


    7. Sa lahat ata ng karakter sa mga librong binasa ko si Lhea Bustamante,De lara o Gascon ( hangang sa ngayon nalilito parin ako) ang naiiba at bukod tangi,naiiba dahil sa sitwasyon na pinili nya at bukod tangi dahil sya ay isang babae na may tapang,talino at may bukas na pag-iisip pero may puso din bilang isang ina sa dalawang anak na mag kaiba ang ama.Mahirap ilarawan ang sitwasyon nya magulo,ikid-ikid at salasalabit na problema ang kanyang kinahaharap na may kinalaman sa kanyang marital status,pe [...]


    8. "Tama na sa akin 'yung maligaya ako paminsan-minsan. Para kapag malungkot ako, masasabi ko sa sarili ko: Minsan naman, maligaya rin ako."Tungkol sa buhay ng isang ina at ng kanyang mga anak at kung paano niya hinarap at nilabanan ang bawat problema na dumarating sa buhay niya, bilang ina at bilang isang babae.Hindi ko talaga dapat 'to babasahin kung hindi kami ni-require ng Teacher namin nung High School na gawan ito ng book review. So, dahil dun, hindi ako nag-expect masyado. Pero after ko nama [...]


    9. This was one of the books that our Filipino teacher required us to read. Truth be told, I have never been a fan of Philippine literature. So when I bought it, I wasn't expecting too much. But lo and behold, when I started reading it I couldn't stop (even my classmates who never read were smitten by the book). "Bata, Bata" is a novel that will show you the true grit of a single mother, who defies society's conventions (e.g.: having two children [each by a different man], refusing to be a mere hou [...]


    10. One of the best I read this year, this novel is a powerful commentary on motherhood, single-parenthood, marriage, desire, and a woman's role in the turbulent period near the tail-end of the Marcos dictatorship.The novel offers a sharp rebuke of the double standards of a patriarchal society as well as the limits of the bourgeois individualist illusion of 'free love' which also puts women in a vulnerable position vis-a-vis men.Like other classic Filipino novels of Lualhati Bautista, this one also [...]


    11. i read this when I was in my second year of high school. This novel is more meaningful when I read it again when I was in 2nd year college. It became a masterpiece for a film fest movie. I laughed when Luwalhati Bautista (the author) walked out from that awarding night on Best Filipino movies because she can't withstand the badddd politics inside the Filipino film industry. Go Luwalhati! Go!I love this book. This is a must read novel for both feminists and for the submissive females in this worl [...]


    12. Yesh, like the others, this is one "high-school-compliance-read-or-else-you-have-zero-final-rating-in-filipino"Is this an author's psychograph? I was just curious since my professor previously shared that Luwalhati has had that interlude with her bestfriend - making love as friends. And she claims that this is also one of the materials / vehicles to enlighten Pinoys that this is the current society.But I would recommend this to other teenagers, not because as high-school-compliance but because o [...]


    13. (It's actually a 3.5. I could not get myself to give it a 4.)This book has so many layers for discussion. Bautista is a feminist through and through. Sociological: women and double standards, expectations of the Filipino home in Philippine society. Political: how most Filipinos treated Martial Law. Psychological: the characters are so human. I just enumerated the few obvious ones.I did not like the book in the beginning. Its humanity is what allowed me to finish it.


    14. If I were born during the Marcos era, this would have been my bible haha. It's so refreshing to read about empowered, open-minded women who don't let society get in the way or define how they live their lives. I was just a little disappointed that the most famous line from the movie- "Akala mo lang wala, pero meron, meron, meron!" wasn't in the book pala. SO I guess props to the movie makers.


    15. Binago nito ang pananaw ko sa mga nobelang Pilipino. Sa totoo lang binasa ko 'to para sa book review project namin sa school. Di ko talaga inexpect na magugustuhan ko to. Makabuluhan at napakalakas ng dating niya sa akin dahil sa Feminismo ang tema ng nobela na 'to.


    16. This was the first Tagalog novel that I read (when I was 17) and it blew me away. Its original storyline, quircky characters paved the way for me to appreciate writers of my countrymen.Mabuhay ka!


    17. bata, bata depicts a strong, liberal, open-minded filipina. it shows the dynamics of how a woman addresses her marital and familial concerns in the context of a complex, judgmental and flawed society.


    18. i read this after i discover msutista through 'GAPO (which was the chosen material for our high school book report) and i love it! Lea is an inspiration. She is strong-willed and independent. I love the part when she ask God about female discrimination. it was funny and true at the same time.










    19. Lualhati Bautista's realistic view of the world translates to her writing. There is no character in this book who I have not come across once in my life. The occurrences portrayed depict the every day life of a common Filipino the masses find taboo to talk about. I swear this book has a gender. If you get what I mean. I am not quite sure if that is a feature most readers would like, but I love that it really has a character of its own. I just know feminism (for a lack of better term) when I see [...]


    20. Got to read this 'cause it was a requirement in our Filipino subject. I even had to make a book review. The thing is, our instructor wanted us to review per chapter cause she's a sadist. Ugh!!!This book is funny and that's all. Not really my type of read so I didn't try to relate or sympathize with the characters. Ugh


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