• RIZAL
    pardon the errors of my "kitchen German ". Pardon the delay of my reply. Yours very cordially, Jose Rizal 3. Rizal, Leipzig, 22 August l886 Tagalog vocabulary by Blumentritt - Rizal wants to meet Kern - And to buy books in Vienna - He will study Dutch "because the Dutch have...
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  • Rizal in Hongkong and Macau
    of exile lifted.He was to come again the following day at 7:30 June 30 -(thursday) they talked about the question of Borneo and told Rizal to come back Sunday July 3 -(Sunday) Rizal returned and talked about sundry things. Thanked Governor General Despujol for having lifted the exile of his...
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    Karlstraße boarding house then moved to Ludwigsplatz. There, he met Reverend Karl Ullmer and stayed with them in Wilhelmsfeld, where he wrote the last few chapters of Noli Me Tángere. Rizal was a polymath, skilled in both science and the arts. He painted, sketched, and made sculptures and woodcarving. He was...
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  • Heroes
    Ligadisbanded after only one meeting as Rizal was arrested and deported to Dapitan in Mindanao. Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini and others revived La Liga in Rizal's absence and Bonifacio was active at organising local chapters in Manila. La Liga Filipina contributed moral and financial support to Propaganda...
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  • Rizal
    his eyes on the liberal ideas exhibited in the democratic governments of Europe. Consequently, by that time, Rizal had started writing the first chapters of the immortal Noli Me Tangere – a novel that depicts the miserable conditions of native indios under the plight of tyrannical Spanish regime. The...
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  • Jose Rizal
    Rizal challenged Pedro to a fistfight. Rizal won and became popular as he proved himself a worthy opponent. Rizal was a Hyperpolyglot. He mastered 22 languages: Filipino, Ilokano, Bisayan, Subanon, Latin, Spanish, Greek, English, French, German, Arabic, Malay, Sanskrit, Hebrew, Dutch, Catalan, Japanese...
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  • RIZAL
    Bracken). Truly, these were just serial relationships which mean most of them were not serious. Only Josephine Bracken was the only one he lived within Dapitan and later married her. Rizal was said to be the father of the Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler -- there's this rumor that Rizal fathered a son by an Austrian...
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  • Rizal
    novel is entitled “The Reign of Greed.” * A year after his stint as a town doctor in Calamba, Jose Rizal made changes in the plot and edited some chapters of the novel. * Gregorio Zaide noted that Rizal finished the original manuscript of El Fili in Biarritz. Ambeth Ocampo, on the other hand, wrote...
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  • Ten things you dont know about Jose Rizal
    and lanzones. An entire chapter of Ocampo’s book is devoted to things Rizal liked to eat. Apparently, Rizal’s breakfast normally included: hot chocolate, a cup of rice, and sardinas secas (translation: tuyo). Lunch usually featured ayungin (silver perch). According to his Dapitan cook, Tinong, Rizal usually...
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  • History
    Alimud Din I on April 28 and became the first Christian sultan of Jolo; his children were baptized as Christians and were given education in Manila * 22. • In 1751, Gov.-Gen. Jose Francisco Obando ordered Alimud Din I to regain his throne in Jolo but was intercepted by the Spanish commander in Zamboanga...
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  • Facts about Jose Rizal
    ticket number 9736. He gave a portion to his father, a friend in Hong Kong and he spent the rest buying agricultural lands in Talisay. He mastered 22 languages: Hebrew, Filipino, Ilokano, Bisayan, Subanon, Chinese, Latin, Spanish, Greek, English, French, German, Arabic, Malay, Sanskrit, Dutch, Japanese...
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    Karlstraße boarding house then moved to Ludwigsplatz. There, he met Reverend Karl Ullmer and stayed with them in Wilhelmsfeld, where he wrote the last few chapters of "Noli Me Tangere" Rizal's multifacetedness was described by his German friend, Dr. Adolf Meyer, as "stupendous." Documented studies show him to...
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  • Book Review "In Excelsis: the Mission of Jose P. Rizal, Humanist and Philippines National Hero "
    associated himself to communities of varied economic backgrounds and fellow students to improve his grammar and jargon. By the time he turned 30, he knew 22 languages. His journals and letters described the lifestyle, culture, customs and traditions unique to each country. In Europe, he was happy with the...
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  • Rizal Book Summary and Reactions
     CHAPTER 13 RIZAL IN JAPAN Rizal left Hong Kong on board of the Oceanic, an American steamer on his way to Japan which was “The Land of Cherry Blossoms”. He arrived in Yokohama and stayed for one day in Grand Hotel. Then he went to Tokyo and stayed at the Tokyo Hotel. He stayed with Juan...
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    fellow travelers who belonged to various nationalities-Americans, British, French, German, Italians, Spaniards, Japanese and others.  During his exile in Dapitan, Rizal increased his knowledge of languages. He studied three more languages- Malay, Bisayan and Subanun. On April 5, 1896, he wrote to his Austrian...
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  • Jose Rizal's Timeline
    Teodora Morales Alonso-Realonda y Quintos (born in Sta. Cruz, Manila, Nov. 14, 1827). 1861, June 19 -- Rizal born, their seventh child. 1861, June 22 -- Christened as José Protasio Rizal-Mercado y Alonso-Realonda 1870, age 9 -- In school at Biñan under Master Justiniano Aquin Cruz. 1871, age...
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  • News
    Josephine Bracken when Rizal was imprisoned and her father had left the country, Yulo said. “Narcisa was also with him a few times when he was in [exile in] Dapitan,” she said. One story not many people know about, she said, was that the name Sisa in “Noli Me Tangere” was taken from Narcisa. “A few days before...
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  • Jose Rizal
    one’s fervent love for his native language and asking his own generation to embrace it like we all should. 3.Rizal was a Hyperpolyglot. He mastered 22 languages: Filipino, Ilokano, Bisayan, Subanon, Latin, Spanish, Greek, English, French, German, Arabic, Malay, Sanskrit, Hebrew, Dutch, Catalan, Japanese...
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    Pablo Pastells, S.J. (then Jesuit Philippine Mission Superior and a former teacher of Rizal at the Ateneo) was made years before during Rizal’s exile in Dapitan when the two men had a religious debate by correspondence lasting eight months, in which Pastells used all the weapons devised by Catholic apologetics...
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  • Rizal and Bonifacio
    first time. They included his later trips, home and back again to Europe through Japan and the United States, and, finally, through his self-imposed exile in Hong Kong. This period of his education and his frenetic pursuit of life included his recorded affections. Among them were Gertrude Becket of Chalcot...
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