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  • Topic: José Rizal, Philippine Revolution, El filibusterismo
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I learned about Jose Rizal is Rizal was born on June 19, 1861 in Calamba, Laguna his real name is Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado Y Realonda. Rizal was Baptized on June 22, 1861. In 1864 he learned the alphabet from his mother. The composition of Rizal’s blood is Negrito, Indo, malay, Chinese, Japanese and Spanish. He came from Principalia (middle class family). Rizal wrote his first novel entitled Noli Me Tangere in English is “Touch Me Not” to exposed the brutal acts and unfair practices of Spaniards. Maximo Viola is the one who helped Rizal to published his novel. Rizal gave the first printed copies of his novel to Ferdinand Blumentritt, Dr. Antonio Ma. Regidor, Marcelo H. Del Pilar, and Dolores Manapas. Rizal is also visited in many country, he visited Germany, Hongkong, Macau, Japan, Paris, and Belgium (Brussels). El Filibusterismo the 2nd novel of Rizal based on his experienced in 1872 and he first heard the filibuster during the height of the issue on GOM-BUR-ZA’s execution. El Filibusterismo in English is “The Reign Of Greed”. Rizal pawned his all jewelries in order to pay the down payment for the printing of his 2nd novel. Valentin Ventura who sent him sufficient fund in able to print the El Filibusterismo. September 18, 1891 was the date that released the copies of El Fili. The People who receives the complementary copies of El Fili are Jose Ma. Basa, Sixto Lopez, Ferdinand Blumentritt, Maximo Ponce, Graciano Lopez Jaena, Trinidad H Pardo de Vera, Antonio and Juan Luna also to Valentin Ventura. Rizal’s unfinished novels are Makamisa, Makamisa has two chapters, Dapitan was written when rizal was exile in dapitan, Pili Laguna about life in Pili and Cristobal about student in Europe. Borneo Colonization Project, Rizal wants to call North Borneo as the New Calamba and he establish La Liga Filipina. La Liga Filipina was founded in Doroteo Onjuco’s Unus Instar Omnium (One Like All) motto. The objectives of La liga Filipina are to write archipelago into one...
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