Talk:Dekada '70 (novel)
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What about the book?
Since Dekada 70 refers to both the movie and the book---which, in its own right, is notable (it was a Palanca grand prize winner and, I think, was even banned by President Marcos)---shouldn't the book also have its own article? Or, if possible, would it also be good if the Dekada 70 article discusses both? This could be interesting, because this is one of the rare Filipino films that are based on a book (like, say, The Lord of the Rings trilogy). --- Tito Pao 18:59, 6 December 2006 (UTC)
- Good idea. Hopefully somebody can get to it. We'll see. --Pinay06 10:06, 8 December 2006 (UTC)
Merging Dekada 70 with Dekada '70
Dekada 70 needs to be moved/merged with Dekada '70 which is the correct title for both Dekada '70 novel and film both dealt by the article. Thank you! --Pinay06 08:16, 9 December 2006 (UTC)
splitting Dekada '70 (film) and Dekada '70 (novel)
Please post ideas here:
- Yes, I am for the split. The merged article is long enough already. The split will give more room for presenting the inherent merits of each. --Pinay06(Talk•Email) 09:06, 20 December 2006 (UTC)
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