Estrella By: Estrella D. Alfon – December P. P. She has won the Palanca Awards a number of t. Free Essay: MAGNIFICENCE by Estrella Alfon There was nothing to fear, for the man was always so gentle, so kind. At night when the little girl. A Freudian Psychological Literary Analysis By: Patrick Mercado The story “ Magnificence”, written by Estrella Alfon, portrays a family who has.
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The little boy had tow pencils, one green, one blue. One evening he did bring them. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: And they told her, shouting gladly, Vicente, for that was his name.
[Magnificence] by Estrella Alfon
Account Options Sign in. As soon as the cool air of the free night touched him, he recovered enough to turn away and run, into the shadows that ate him up. It was there when Vicente volunteered himself to tutor the little kids. The praise had made their mother look over them as they stood around listening to the goings-on at the meeting of the neighborhood association, of which their mother was president.
In rages, one kept a collection. The mother thus shut his mouth, and with those hard forceful slaps she escorted him right to the other door.
She turned off the blazing light over the study table, and went slowly up the stairs and out into the dark alvon.
And the little girl turned to the paper on the table where she had been writing with the jumbo pencil, and she told him that that was her lesson but it was easy. Go upstairs, she said. We people tend to do things out of our curiosity because it was developed or we had experienced it during our childhood.
He was able to reach out and gain the trust of the children and their mother by showing his social personality. Their mother saw them with eyes that held pride, and then to partly gloss over the maternal gloating she exhibited, she said to the man, in answer to his praise, But their homework. And the little boy ran away to comply, saying behind him, But buy us some more pencils, huh, buy us more pencils, and then went up to stairs to their mother. Take also the pencils, said the mother to the watching newly bathed, newly changed child.
He promises to give them pencils so that they will look forward in seeing him. Sometimes it is for little lead toys found in the folded waffles that Japanese confection-makers had such light hands with. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Once in the shadow, she extended her hand, and without any opposition took away the papers that Vicente was holding to himself.
Her mother presided over the bath the little girl took, scrubbed her, and soaped her, and then wiped her gently all over and changed her into new clothes that smelt of the clean fresh smell of clothes that had hung in the light of the sun.
Thank him, their mother called.
The children immediately put their lessons down, telling him of the envy of their schoolmates, and would he buy them more please? Common terms and phrases Abdon Alan Andika arms Aruy asked aunt bamboo beggar belfry beside big lug brother called carabao Cebu centavos child church churchyard clothes cochero coconut Compostela cried Crow crowd crying dream dress Elmo Espeleta eyes face father feet fingers Garcia hair hand head heard hurried husband Imping Inday Inday’s Jonny kiss knew laughed Leyte Lily Lily’s lips listened little girl looked Luisa Marco Maring Maring’s Martha maue mistress modista mother mouth Mummy Nene Nero never night parachi peleta pencils piano picture pinuti play policeman Ramon Rosa Sancho seemed shoulders shouted singing Siyay slapped smiled sometimes song stairs stones stood stopped stories street Tagalog talk tambourine tears tell Tesiang things thought told took trees tried tuba turned Vicente voice volunteer guards waited walk watch window woman women words young.
The little girl kept squirming, for somehow she felt uncomfortable to be held thus, her mother and father always treated her like a big girl, she was always told never to act like a baby.
He made no resistance, offered no defense. All through that day, they had been very proud in school showing off their brand new pencils. And the little girl smiled, and said, Thank you, too.
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Email required Address never made public. And the third pencil, a jumbo size pencil really, was white, and had been sharpened, and the little girl jumped up and down, and shouted with glee. As soon as the boy was gone, the mother turned on Vicente. She put the magnoficence of soft drink down on the table, where in the light one could watch the little bubbles go up and down in the dark liquid.
At this particular time, it was for pencils. And the thing rested there, and the man came in the evenings therefore, and he helped solve fractions for the boy, and write correct bj in language for the little girl. The story reflects most of the people in our society. And turning to the little girl, she said, Come here. The man shook his head, and said nothing, but held her on his lap just the same.
Other editions – View all Magnificence: The little girl and her brother would look up at him where they sat at the big table, their eyes bright in the bright light, and watch him come fully into the light, but his voice soft, his manner slow. Vicente used pencils to stimulate the little kids and earn their trust and also used the pencils so that they will be excited to see him again. She looked around at Vicente, interrupting her careful writing to twist around. Vicente took the girl up lightly in his arms, holding her under the armpits, and held her to sit down on alfonn lap and he said, still gently, What are your lessons for tomorrow?