Review: Sarah Kerr on Gina Apostol

Late in the nineteenth century it was a novelist, Jose Rizal, a polymath genius returned to the Philippines after study in Europe, who imagined into being popular outrage against Spanish colonial rule. The role of Rizal’s novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo in begetting a mass movement looms large in Gina Apostol’s new novel, The Revolution Acc…

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