Edward Kevin Faller
Professor Agaton Pasion
University of Hawaii
Midsummer by Manuel Arguilla
Midsummer can be described as lyrical painting, a wordy illustration of how a particular environment can sway the actions, moods, and tensions between characters. Together with the setting in the story occurring in a countryside environment over a hot Filipino summer working day, readers are welcomed towards the warming storyline to not just witness a story, but to go through the emotions and tension involving the steamy couple.
The subject of the particular part by Manuel Arguilla can be attraction. The complete environment connections into the story and overall theme. The storyplot takes place over a lonely warm road with three primary characters branded with no names. One girl as mentioned inside the story since " Ading” and a male character that goes by " Manong” and a bull, that we would imagine to be a carabao. Manong in Filipino means uncle, or elder men figure and vice versa, adding means younger sibling. For me, leaving the names out shows the readers a sense of want, keeping the readers curious about more and keeping the meeting of the two refreshing and faithful. But with employing those labeling, how harmless can this kind of encounter always be? If we label one as manong, as well as the other while ading, can we infer there is much of an age big difference? We may have an answer to this kind of later.
The 2 characters were adjoined by both wants to refresh through the scorching warm sun. Dehydrating from both the temperatures of the summer temperature, and lack of companionship, equally intentions from the pair began to flare. Manuel, as always, produces in incredibly descriptive and poetic style to demonstrate a vibrant visible for the readers to consume.
As both depart techniques, Manong remains by the water well to recharge both his great carabaos power packs. Posting up under the color of a single mango forest, he takes out his baon (packed lunch) and chows down.
Ading in that case returns to the well to pitch a pail of water. And this is where the midsummer warmth...
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