1. Intimate alliance between religion and good education - is another poem composed when Rizal was a student at the Ateneo Municipal de Manila in which the youthful poet expresses his belief in the importance of religion in the education of man. 2. Father Francisco Paula de Sanchez (1849-1928) - was a Jesuit priest and mentor of Jose Rizal. 3. St. Eustachius, Martyr - a play written by Jose Rizal. Rizal produced the play “St. Eustache, Martyr” in Spanish poetic verse in 1876 out of a Spanish translation in prose from its original Italian version when he was 14. It serves as a composition exercise for his class with Father Fr. Francisco Paula de Sanchez. 4. Segunda Katigbak - Rizal’s first love.
5. Manuel Luz - engaged to be married Segunda Katigbak
6. Fr. Pablo Ramon - was Ateneo de Manila’s Rector from 01 January 1881 to 1886. He was beloved by his students during his term as Rector of the Ateneo Municipal, which includeJose Rizal who wrote a poem for him as a tribute on the Reverend Father's birthday. 7. April 1877 - Rizal enters the university of Santo Tomas taking upPhilosophy and Letters. 8. Perito Agrimensor - Rizal obtained the title of expert surveyor (perito agrimensor) from the Ateneo Municipal. 9. mental discipline and training that enabled him to lead the movement for the Philippine Revolution and Independence. 10. Miss L. – (Leonor Rivera) described by Rizal as: "fair with seductive eyes" 11. Doña Concha Leyva – owner of Rizal’s boarding house. 12. Capitana Sanday - Leonor Valenzuela mother.
13. Capitan Juan Valenzuela - - Leonor Valenzuela Father. 14. Leonor Valenzuela “Orang” - was Rizal’s object of affection while he was courting his cousin. 15. Leonor Rivera - was a cousin and object of affection of Jose Rizal. 16. Gen. Primo de Rivera - public meeting with Rizal.
17. Ferdinand Schneider Blumentritt - was a professor and a secondary school principal in Litoměřice (Leitmeritz), then part...
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