May day eve falling action?


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This sounds very much like information that you require for an assignment or essay of some kind. It also sounds like you have yet to read the novel, and are trying to get out of doing so by posting questions such as these.

Although this may seem like an easier and less time consuming way of completing the work you have been set, you are doing yourself an injustice in the long run, as you are more likely to misunderstand what people are telling you, as it is out of context, and therefore be caught out.

If this is not the case and you are genuinely struggling with the set work, then you really should go and seek advice from your teacher; not only will this show to them the areas of the course that you are struggling with, and allow them to give you the required extra help, it will also show to them that you are a dedicated student who is prepared to put the extra time in succeed.

However, it can sometimes be difficult to pluck up the courage to do this, and so here is a little background information about May Day Eve and its author.

  • May Day eve

Written not long after World War Two by Nick Joaquin, and published in 1947, May Day Eve was initially intended for an adult audience, but is now part of the studying material that Philippine pupils are required to learn about, due to its origination.

  • Nick Joaquin

Born in the Philippines in May 1917, Nicomedes Márquez Joaquín was a historian, author and journalist. He is better known for his ever popular short stories, written in English and is thought of as the third most significant writer of the Philippines.

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