I t can be tough to start to see the term “classics” and perhaps maybe not consider publications penned by dead white guys. And thinking about the wide range of American and European writers occupying college reading listings, we can’t blame anybody for convinced that the classics just are part of famous brands Dickens, Orwell, Fitzgerald, Tolstoy, Shakespeare, and Hemingway. Fortunately, Penguin Classics has added titles that are new its roster that tell us things don’t need certainly to be in this manner.
You might’ve noticed the big names of Philippine literature carrying the Penguin logo on their elegant spines and covers if you’ve been to the bookstore lately. Continue reading “This Penguin Classics essay writing competition celebrates Filipino literary greats”