Amado V. Hernandez
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Who is Amado V. Hernandez?
Amado V. Hernandez: Amado Vera Hernandez, commonly known as Amado V. Hernandez, was a Filipino writer and labor leader who was known for his criticism of social injustices in the Philippines and was later imprisoned for his involvement in the communist movement. He was the central figure in a landmark legal case that took 13 years to settle.
- also known as Amado Hernandez, Amado Hernández, Amado Vera Hernandez
- born on (112 years ago) in Hagonoy, Bulacan
- nationality: Philippines
- profession: Writer
- Marriage with Atang de la Rama between and (38 years)
- died on (45 years ago) in Manila
- buried in Manila North Cemetery
- written works: "Mga Ibong Mandaragit", "Luha ng Buwaya", "Isang Dipang Langit", "Panata sa Kalayaan", "Ang Dalaw", "Bartolina", "Kung Tuyo Na ang Luha Mo Aking Bayan", "Honorable Absente", "Muntinglupa", "Hagdan sa Bahaghari", "Ang Mga Kagalang-galang", "Magkabilang Mukha ng Isang Bagol", "Si Atang at ang Dulaan", "Si Jose Corazon de Jesus at ang Ating Panulaan", "Bayang Pilipinas", "Ang Taong kapos", "Bayani", "Sa Batang Walang Bagong Damit", "Isang Sining ang Pagbigkas", "Ang Panday"
- award: - National Artist of the Philippines
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