An Analysis Of 'Walay Angay'

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On an afternoon, in the quarters of the sakadas, Mang Sixto is playing a guitar with the chords of an emotional song, "Walay Angay", while her daughter, and is playing outside the quarters. They were indifferent of each other for a while, but there is a sudden change in the mood of the two. The daughter of Mang Sixto finally notices the chords that her father was playing and along with the music is her father 's very emotional presence. They were then engaged in a sudden conversation. The daughter interrogated her father of the about the sad song he was playing along with his guitars. Her father told her that he was nostalgic. The daughter then realized, it was the memory of her past away mother that was bothering her father. Mang Sixto somehow…show more content…
Then one morning, as the sakadas and their wives pile up outside their headquarters, they engage into a deep conversation. This conversation includes realizations as their worth as humans, being overpowered by another human of equal worth. Arguments arise as they head to work continuing their talk. Some are contented with how they live through each day, but some hopefuls are determine to change their lives, wanted to live fairly and follow their aspirations, but there 's a thing that is holding them back, their smallness over the great. Little did everybody know that this conversation in the morning did lead to something that will shock them.
As Kardo 's spirits soar with hope, little did the women know that a revolution against the owner of the hacienda is drawing near them. He gathers a force he believes will give them the freedom and the voice that they wanted, beyond his knowledge, all of his plans will be useless against a traitor, whom he never would have
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He is subject to carry canes beyond their strength. As he does this, he was scrutinized, pushed, and maltreated. Kardo shows courage in spite of his inhumane punishment. This instance in Kardo 's life has just his inner fire to blaze more fiercely. On the night when Kardo was punished, the other sakadas, include Mario, Serafin, Mang Julian, Mario, Bastian, Fred, and Peng, were having drinks of alcohol on the table outside their headquarters. They once again talk about their lives, and the same arguments arise. As the night grows darker, an intention grows clearer, as Kardo, confronted Mang Sixto to join their alliance against the landowner. Kardo assures Mang Sixto that they have enough force and are armed with rifles. Mang sixto hesitated, but did not accept the upcoming

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