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'The Summer Solstice', also known as 'Tatarin' or 'Tadtarin',[1] is a short story written by Filipino National Artist for LiteratureNick Joaquin.

The story is set on St John's Day in the 1850s in the Philippines Entoy tells Dona Lupeng that Amada has participated in the ritual.. Upon arriving at the house, Doña Lupeng found out that Guido, Don Paeng's cousin, had participated in both the St.

Entoy informed Doña Lupeng that Amada had participated in the Tatarin fertility ritual.. John's Day procession Thinking and speaking to herself, Doña Lupeng mocked the men's demonstration of arrogance during the procession.. [2][3] In addition to being regarded as one of Joaquin's most acclaimed literary works, the tale is considered to be controversial.. The last day of the festival coincided with St John's Day; a Catholic feast Men dressed as women were able to participate in the pagan celebration.. Doña Lupeng told Don Paeng about the incident Don Paeng was disgusted and reasoned that a woman needed love and respect, not adoration.

Don Paeng cut her short because children were listening The carriage stopped, and they watched the St.. Joaquin later turned this short story into a play entitled Tatarin: A Witches' Sabbath in Three Acts, on which a film adaptation has been based.. The Summer Solstice by Nick Joaquin Plot Summary The last day of Tatarin is the same day as St John's Day.

John's Day procession and the Tatarin ritual Guido enjoyed the 'fiestas' Guido kissed Doña Lupeng's feet as the latter was on her way to look for her children.. Amada was believed to have become the Tatarin personified The next day, while on board a carriage, Doña Lupeng started a conversation regarding how Amada could still believe in such a ritual.. [2][3] It is similar to the fertility rites of Obando, Bulacan Apart from being considered as Joaquin's personal favorite, The Summer Solstice was also one of the most anthologized.. [2][3]Overview[edit]Tatarin, also sometimes spelled Tadtarin, was a three-day traditional fertility ritual involving women and held during summer in the Philippines.. The items in conflict were paganism against Christianity, the primitive against the civilized, and the status of men against the status of women.. [2][3] The story narrates a ritual performed by women to invoke the gods to grant the blessing of fertility by dancing around a Balete tree that was already a century old.. Although popular, it was also regarded controversial due to conflicting interpretations about the masterpiece.. Filipino literary critics had debated over the ending of the story, questioning what was victorious in the narrative. 5ebbf469cd