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Question: Aside from "The Chieftest Mourner," Aida Rivera Ford has written numerous other works, some of which include: 1. "Bridge to the Morrow": 2. "Love in the Cornhusks": 3. "Heroes in Love: Four Plays": 4. "Oyanguren: The forgotten founder of Davao": Give me a short summary of these works

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1. "Bridge to the Morrow": This story revolves around the life of a woman who faces numerous obstacles and the societal pressures of the time. Battling and overcoming adversity, she seeks to build a bridge to a brighter future, signifying hope and resilience. 2. "Love in the Cornhusks": It is a poignant tale of a woman named Tinang, a former housemaid who goes back to her province and falls in love with a young bagobo teacher. Just when she tries to pick up the pieces of her life, she receives a letter from her former lover, leading to a noticeable conflict in her life. 3. "Heroes in Love: Four Plays": This set of plays captures the personal facets of Philippine heroes’ lives and their less-known love stories. It humanizes historical figures as it explores their aspirations, struggles, and romantic relationships, portraying them beyond their usual hero personas. 4. "Oyanguren: The forgotten founder of Davao": This work offers a historical insight into the life of Jose Oyanguren, the Spanish explorer who is attributed with the founding of Davao City. The narrative delves into his life, achievements, and crucial role in the development of Davao, bringing to light a part of Philippine history that has been less recognized.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 9, 2023, 2:17 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, September 9, 2023

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