Comparison of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo

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Comparison of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo

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COMPARISON OF NOLI ME TANGERE AND EL FILIBUSTERISMO
NOLI ME TANGEREEL FILIBUSTERISMO
1.Inspiration For WritingUncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe‘S Novel •Inspired by what the word filibustero connoted in relation to the circumstances obtaining in his time, and his spirits dampened by the tragic execution of the three martyred priests •Motivated by Calamba Affair

2.English Meaning Of The TitleTouch Me Not ( do not touch me )The Reign Of Greed 3.Places Where It Was WrittenMadrid, Spain
Paris
Germany
Wilhelmsfeld
London,
Madrid
Paris
Biarritz

4.Year It Was First Written18841887
5.Place And Year The Unpolished Version Was Completed1886Biarritz In On March 29, 1891 6.Place And Year The Polished Version Was CompletedBerlin, Germany 1887Sept. 18, 1891
Ghent, Belgium

7.Numbers Of Chapters64 Chapters And An Epilogue
38 Chapters
8.To Whom It Was DedicatedTo The Fatherland- PhilippinesGomburza 9.Publication Financer/SaviorMaximo ViolaValentin Ventura

10.Publication Printing PressBerliner Buchdruckrei-Action-GesselschaftF. Meyer- Van Loo Press

11.Token For The FinancerThe galley proofs of the noli carefully rolled around the pen that he used in writing it and a complimentary copy with the following inscriptions: “To My Dear Friend, Maximo Viola, The First To Read And Appreciate My Work – Jose Rizal”

Rizal gave the Fili’s original manuscript to Ventura. Ventura kept the manuscript as a souvenir for his family. 12.Critics Of The NovelThe Special Committee Of The Faculty Of The University Of Sto. Tomas Condemned The Novel As Heretical, Impious And Scandalous At The Request Of Archbishop Pedro Payo. •The Committee And The Archbishop Deemed It Harmful To The Spanish Government Here In The Philippines. •28 December 1887: Fray Salvador Fort (Cura Ng Tondo And Head Of The Permanent Commission Of Sensorship); Prohibited The Circulation Of The Book. •Opposition And Negative Publicity Lead To Curiosity Of The...