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Reportage on Crime The Thirteen Narratives In This Anthology Of True Crime Stories Transcend Journalism By Attempting Analyses Of Character, Motive, Period And Ambiance What Emerges Is The Picture Of A Fascinating Decade The S


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10 thoughts on “Reportage on Crime

  1. says:

    I don t know what really happened to the Filipino youth now a days, including me I never understand why we love to read foreign novels and never tried to read books and short stories of our local authors and samples of our national artist, Nick Joaquin Is it the youth or the education that mistakenly made Fi


  2. says:

    It s not quite as journalistic as I expected, the stories often have some editorialized comments regarding morality But once I got over that, I found it pretty enjoyable A bit of probably unintended hilarity with the juxtaposition of cheerfully bucolic 1960s Manila with the grisly crimes told here Knifings at ice c


  3. says:

    Nick Joaquin is recognized by a good number of Filipinos to be among the greatest Filipino writers With his well written May Day Eve and Summer Solstice, he certainly made a good case for himself However, even in spite of his wide knowledge of the modern classics from Fitzgerald to Hemingway, his journalism is but a pale


  4. says:

    Reportage on Crime is a collection of 13 grim stories with lush poetic writing style painting the old Manila as the pitiful host of scandals and carnage As each chapter presents a different tragic story, I found some are easier to chew than the others Even though Nick Joaquin s impassioned writing is present in the book as a who


  5. says:

    In the dimly lit streets and uneven stone cold pavements of Manila, criminal minds lurk in every corner The city lights coming from the nearby disco bars and blinking street lamps illuminates all the crime happenings every night Nick Joaquin s, Reportage on Crime Thirteen Horror Happenings That Hit the Headlines is a collection of thir


  6. says:

    In the 1960s, where the year blues music was starting to become popular, the year Marcos would ascend to the Presidency, the year Man would walk to the Moon, the Philippines was hit with Crime that shocked the entire islands Although not as horrifying as today, it can still strike into our hearts, and bring terror to anyone who reads it As a


  7. says:

    Hooked me with the first 2 stories, after which it went downhill and I read just to finish up Nice peek into that old decade in Manila though With side story of Erap too


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