Ang Ginto sa Makiling
Ang Ginto sa Makiling is Macario Pineda's second novel, published in 1946 during the beginning Philippines's recovery from the Second World War. It is a story within a story wherein a tale about a young man and Mariang Makiling is told to a journalist seeking a scoop on an incidence involving the local goddess. Pineda used myth and magic to address the socio-political issues of his time.
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The novel alludes to the multitude of stories about Mount Makiling and its goddess Mariang Makiling. It also alludes to Jose Rizal's Noli Me Tangere, saying that Sisa and Crispin, two characters from the said novel, dwell in the mountain.
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- Mga Ibong Mandaragit by Amado V. Hernandez which also uses characters from a novel by Jose Rizal and involves an old man with a tale and a young man hoping to help his country.
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- Reyes, Soledad S. “Theme and Technique in the Fiction of Macario Pineda,” Thesis. Ateneo de Manila University, April 1971.
- Reyes, Soledad S. “A Reading of Macario Pineda’s Ang Ginto sa Makiling,” Maryknoll College Faculty Journal 3, February 1983.