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Sahana S.

Ganeshasivananthan

STEM 1C

CPAR

Francisco Sionil Jos (born 3 December 1924) is one of the most widely read Filipino writers in
the English language. His novels and short stories depict the social underpinnings of class
struggles and colonialism in Filipino society. Jos's workswritten in Englishhave
been translated into
22
languages,
including Korean, Indonesian,
Czech, Russian, Latvian, Ukrainian and Dutch.
Rosales Saga novels
A five-novel series that spans three centuries of Philippine history, translated into 22 languages

Po-on (Source) (1984)

Mass (December 31, 1974)

The Pretenders (1962)

Tree (1978)

My
Brother,
My
Executioner (1973)

Original novels containing the Rosales Saga

Source (Po-on) (1993)

Don Vicente (1980) Tree and My Brother, My Executioner combined in one book

The Samsons The Pretenders and Mass combined in one book


Other novels[edit]

Gagamba (The Spider Man) (1991)

Muse
and
Balikbayan:
Two

Viajero (1993)
Plays (2008)

Sin (1994)

Short Stories (with Introduction and

Ben Singkol (2001)


Teaching Guide by Thelma B.

Ermita (1988)
Kintanar) (2008)

Vibora! (2007)

The Feet of Juan Bacnang (2011)

Sherds (2008)
Novellas
Three Filipino Women (1992)

Two Filipino Women


Short story collections

The
God
Stealer and
Other

Asian PEN Anthology (as editor)


Stories (2001)
(1966)

Puppy Love and Thirteen Short

Short Story International (SSI): Tales


Stories (March 15, 1998)
by the World's Great Contemporary

Olvidon and Other Stories (1988)


Writers (Unabridged,
Volume
13,

Platinum: Ten Filipino Stories (1983)


Number 75) (co-author, 1989)

Waywaya: Eleven Filipino Short


Stories (1980)

Children's books
The Molave and The Orchid (November 2004)

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F._Sionil_Jos%C3%A9