Arturo Rotor was a Filipino medical doctor, musician and writer. He graduated in the Conservatory of Music and the College of Medicine. He also trained further in St. John Hopkins' medical school and published a paper on a rare form of hyperbilirubinaemia (jaundice) which is now known as the "Rotor syndrome". He did not only become the dean of the College of Medicine in the University of the Philippines, he was also an accomplished musician and an internationally respected writer in both fiction and non-fiction. Some of his works are Dahong Palay and Zita, a short story.
Arturo Belleza Rotor was born in 1907.
Arturo Belleza Rotor died in 1988.
sebio - is a thin and weak merci tia binay - carmeling lourdes milio, kiko, anita, tonio, pacio- is assigned tia binay's to each place. nanay - the mother of sebio ambo -katie
Arturo B. Rotor has written: 'Dahong Palay'
"At Last this Fragrance" by Arturo Rotor is a story about the concept of attachment. Many of Rotor's stories also study the inner workings of city-life.
Zita is a short story written by Arturo B. Rotor in 1930. The story is about a young girl who falls in love with her teacher who shows her how to be a lady.
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