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These historical novels give you a good idea of the history of the Philippines. These award winning books are about World War II in the Philippines and the Spanish American war that spilled over to the Philippines at the turn of the century.

- When the Rainbow Goddess Wept, by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard (University of Michigan Press);
- Dusk, by F. Sionil Jose (Random House)
- Awaiting Trespass, by Linda T. Casper

You can find them at

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