Intimations of mortality
Nick Joaquin’s profiles and political reportage
you can read Nick Joaquin’s profile on my father, written in 1961.
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My dad liked this piece, particularly since he somehow got Nick J. to have it ok’d by him prior to publication, something Nick J. generally never did.
Ang gara! He wrote that on my birthday itself. ay! Nabisto tuloy. *grins*
Thanks for sharing.
thanks for sharing this with us. many students would kiss you for this. Am sure they got assignments from their lit prof. about writings of Nick Joaquin as Quijano de Manila.
I like this blog of your Mr. Quezon.
I am collecting websites on my uncle NICK JOAQUIN (or Tito Onching to close friends and relatives) because I am begining to write his biography.
Please entrust with me your phone numbers, mailing address here in the U.S. and elsewhere and fax number if possible
I will consider interviewing distinguished and sincere friends and admirers of my uncle like you and other select friends of his.
I am back.
Kindly let me know if you are sharing some comments, views, observations about my uncle Nick Joaquin.
Thanks for your contribution.
*Lulu Casas was my barkada during the war years. She lived at Abreu, one street away from us. We were on Arlegui.
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