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Revolutionary Routes
Angela Stuart-Santiago

Revolutionary Routes is more than a family history across four generations. Author Angela Stuart-Santiago has deftly woven together the memoirs, clippings, correspondence and other traces of her family's past into a microhistory that spans the late 19th century up to the 1950s. While this book is rooted in the specific experiences of a family that lived in Tiaong and its adjoining towns in southwestern Tayabas (now Quezon) province, it also tells us much, from the ground up, about everyday life in the countryside under the shadow of successive imperial and national regimes. This book can also be read as a modern history of the Philippines. -- Reynaldo C. Ileto.

website: http://revolutionaryroutesbook.com/ 

A Collection of Filipino Anonymous & Ephemeral Prose & Poetry 

An outstanding collection of 12 historical essays by 12 men and women of letters. Two are uploaded and StuartXchange is attempting to resurrect the rest.

A Book of Cows
The Secret Grid of Language / Luis Stuart
Review / Interview by Angela S. Santiago

EDSA Revolution I and II
EDSA Dos, Tres, Kuwatro, Singko?
Absurd Arguments vs People Power 3

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