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  • Introduction Of Rizal

    Rizal Notes By fatz18angel | Feb. 2012 Zoom In Zoom Out Page 1 of 5 LECTURE NOTES I. Introduction and significance of R.A. 1425 (Rizal Law) II. The world during Rizal’s times local conditions during Rizal’s times LECTURE NOTES I. Introduction and significance of R.A. 1425 (Rizal Law) II. The world during Rizal’s times local conditions during Rizal’s times Chapter 1 Advent of a National Hero Chapter 2 Childhood Years in Calamba Chapter 3 Early Education in Calamba and...

    Ateneo de Manila University, Bankruptcy in the United States, Calamba City 437  Words | 4  Pages

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    RIZAL Chapter7-Paris to Berlin Chapter 7 Paris to Berlin (1885-87)   Rizal went to Paris and Germany in order to specialize in ophthalmology.   He chose this branch because he wanted to cure his mother’s eye ailment. In Gay Paris (1885-86)   After studying at the Central University of Madrid, Rizal, who was then 24 yrs old, went to Paris to acquire more knowledge in ophthalmology.   Maximo Viola – a medical student and a member of a rich family of San Miguel, Bulacan   Señor...

    Anthropology, Baden-Württemberg, Berlin 876  Words | 4  Pages

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    RIZAL IN PARIS After completing his studies in Madrid, Rizal went to Paris and Germany to specialize ophthalmology. He studied this field to be able to cure his mother’s eye ailment. He served as an assistant to famous ophthalmologists in Europe. He also continued his travels and observations on European life and customs, government and laws in Paris and Germany. * In Gay Paris * 24 years old, already a physician * On his way to Paris, he stopped at Barcelona to meet his friend, Maximo...

    Berlin, Calamba City, Germany 2149  Words | 7  Pages

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    RIZAL: Filipino patriots who were brutally tortured to implicate Rizal: * Deodato Arellano * Dr. Pio Valenzuela * Moises Salvador * Jose Dizon * Domingo Franco * Timoteo Paez December 29, 1896 – Rizal was formally notified of the court’s verdict: death. “Imitation of Christ” by Thomas à Kempis - always had with him (Rizal). Documentary and Testimonial evidence presented against Rizal: * A letter of Antonio Luna to Mariano Ponce * A letter of Rizal to his family ...

    Filipino people, Katipunan, Manila 1159  Words | 5  Pages

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    Paris to Berlin (1885-87) * Rizal went to Paris and Germany in order to specialize in ophthalmology. * To cure his mother’s illness. * Barcelona - stopped in Barcelona to visit, Maximo Viola - Befriended Eusebio Corominas – editor of La publicidad. Don Miguel Morayta (owner) - Article on the “Caroline’s Question” * In Gay Paris November 1885 (four months) - Worked as an assistant to Dr. Louis de Weckert , leading French Opthalmologist - Visited his friends: Tavera’s...

    Anthropology, Berlin, Germany 766  Words | 4  Pages

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    Carezza Marie P. BS Architecture Life and Works of Rizal MWF | 4:00-5:00 Is Rizal a hero, saint or martyr? Who is Rizal? Jose Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines and pride of the Malayan race, was born on June 19, 1861, in the town of Calamba, Laguna. He was the seventh child in a family of 11 children. Both his parents were educated and belonged to distinguished families. His father, Francisco Mercado Rizal, an industrious farmer whom Rizal called "a model of fathers," came from Biñan, Laguna;...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, José Rizal 808  Words | 3  Pages

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    Birth and Family Life Jose Rizal was born on June 19, 1861.  It was a Wednesday evening in Calamba, Laguna, and his mother nearly died in the process.  He was baptized three days later, on June 22, by the parish priest of the Catholic church in his town, Fr. Rufino Collantes from Batangas.  His godfather, Fr. Pedro Casanas, was a close family friend.  Rizal's mother named him after St. Joseph, to whom she was ardently devoted. He was born in Calamba, Laguna (a few kilometers south of Manila) on...

    Calamba City, José Rizal, Laguna 1125  Words | 4  Pages

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    Rizal’s Journey in Hong Kong and Macao Hounded by powerful enemies, Rizal was forced to leave his country for the second time in February 1888. He was then a full-grown man of 27 years of age, a practicing physician, and a recognized man-of-letters.  • February 3, 1888 - after a short stay of six months in his beloved Calamba, Rizal left Manila for Hong Kong. He was sick and sad. To aggravate his discomfiture, he was sick during the crossing of the choppy China Sea. • February 7...

    China, Chinese language, Chinese New Year 871  Words | 3  Pages

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    Relevance of José Rizal Today Dr Jose Rizal, national hero of the Philippines The following article about Dr Jose Rizal is widely circulated on the Internet in celebration of Rizal Day which is observed every 30th day of December, the day he was executed in Bagumbayan by Spanish authorities, more than 100 years ago. To preserve the originality of the report,I am presenting it the same way it is found on the Internet and as written by two sources of information, for which I express my indebtedness...

    Andrés Bonifacio, José Rizal, Katipunan 1964  Words | 7  Pages

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    known as Gomburza, were accused of sedition by colonial authorities and executed. This would inspire the Propaganda Movement in Spain, organized by Marcelo H. del Pilar, José Rizal, Graciano López Jaena, and Mariano Ponce, that clamored for adequate representation to the Spanish Cortes and later for independence. José Rizal, the most celebrated intellectual and radical ilustrado of the era, wrote the novels "Noli Me Tángere", and "El filibusterismo", which greatly inspired the movement for independence...

    Colonialism, Filipino language, Filipino people 1402  Words | 4  Pages

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    administration in the colony. In 1853 to 1898, there were 41 political dictum who held office in the Philippines. In 1885 to 1896, during the regency of Queen Ma. Cristina there were four assign to the colonial government and two acting capacity. Rizal observes in his Noli Me Tangere that Governor-General was talking to Crisostomo Ibarra about his burdens he weigh in his shoulder. About his hardship of pleasing the King Minister and worst is when he consult the mother country about his proposal which...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, José Rizal 932  Words | 3  Pages

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     1. Rizal as a lover ----- was he a womanizer or a chick boy? Defend your answer. Rizal had the impression of being a womanizer because if his past relationships with many women. (Segunda Katigbak, Leonor Valenzuela, Vicenta Ybardaloza, Leonor Rivera, Consuelo Ortiga, Nelly Boustead, Suzanne Jacoby, Usui Seiko, Gertrude Beckett, and Josephine 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...

    Antonio de Morga, British Empire, Filipino people 1498  Words | 5  Pages

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    Rizal Submitted by: Jose Marcko Durano Submitted to: Sir Parawan Rizal, American sponsored Hero |Rizal was an American-sponsored hero | Rector’s Bill |Claro M. Recto Foundation | Why is Rizal the National hero? |Jose Rizal | Discovery in Binyan Jose Rizal |Jose Rizal ...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Honoré de Balzac, José Rizal 413  Words | 5  Pages

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    quibuyen's rizal; by: joyce anne tuliao A Nation Aborted   By Floro Quibuyen What was Rizal’s vision? Rizal’s vision was of the nation as an ethical community, a vision of an inclusive nation without borders, and not of a sovereign nation demarcated by a territory and protected by the armature of the state. He was convinced that the road to national liberation, to freedom and justice, was not via the violent seizure of state power—wherein today’s slaves become tomorrow’s tyrants. The Historians… ...

    Andrés Bonifacio, José Rizal, Katipunan 894  Words | 3  Pages

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    José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (June 19, 1861 – December 30, 1896) is the most venerated and acclaimed patriot in the Philippines recognized for his unselfish and non-violent contributions to the historical and social transformations in the country. He is one of the national heroes of the Philippines regarded by the National Heroes Committee, together with Andres Bonifacio. He was the most prominent advocate for reform in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era that led...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Calamba City, José Rizal 780  Words | 3  Pages

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    CHAPTER 5 : Rizal in Paris and Germany * Rizal went to Paris and Germany in order to specialize in ophthalmology, - a branch of medical science dealing with the anatomy, functions and diseases. * Rizal was just only 24 y/o when he went Paris to study ophthalmology. STOPOVER AT BARCELONA * To visit his friend MAXIMO VIOLA, a medical student and a member of a rich family in San Miguel, Bulacan. November 1885-February 1886 * Rizal worked as an assistant to Dr. Louis de Weckert...

    Berlin, East Germany, Germany 741  Words | 3  Pages

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    EVENTS Rizal departed for Spain secretly for two reasons and those were (1) to avoid detection by the Spanish authorities and the friars and (2) his parents do not know about his departure. Rizal went abroad to observe keenly the life and culture, languages and customs, industries and commerce, and governments and laws of the European nations in order to prepare himself in the mighty task in liberating his oppressed people from Spanish tyranny. On his travel to Spain, Rizal had seen and...

    Cortes Generales, Francisco Franco, José Rizal 731  Words | 3  Pages

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    Synopsis José Rizal was born on June 19, 1861, in Calamba, Philippines. While living in Europe, Rizal wrote about the discrimination that accompanied Spain's colonial rule of his country. He returned to the Philippines in 1892, but was exiled due to his desire for reform. Although he supported peaceful change, Rizal was convicted of sedition and executed on December 30, 1896, at age 35. CONTENTS Synopsis Early Life Writing and Reform Exile in the Philippines Execution and Legacy QUOTES ...

    Andrés Bonifacio, José Rizal, Katipunan 504  Words | 3  Pages

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    M. Cecilio B .Jose Rizal C. Silvestre Ubaldo D. Doctor Uliman 2. Who wrote the German poem that Rizal translate into Tagalog? A. Fray Rodriguez B. Lt. Jose Taviel de Andrade C. Father Rector Gregorio Echavarria D. Von Wildenath 3. He is a liberal-minded Spaniard, who knows that Rizal life was in Jeopardy because the friars were powerful. A. Fr. Francisco de Paula Sanchez B. Von Wildenath C. Governor General Terrero D. Lt. Jose Taviel De Andrade 4. Rizal wrote down the findings...

    Andrade, CALABARZON, Calamba City 803  Words | 3  Pages

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    CHAPTER 1 : ADVENT OF NATIONAL HERO JUNE 19, 1861 – the day when Jose Rizal was born   JOSE RIZAL - The greatest hero of the Philippines - “many – splendored genius” - dowered by God superb “intellectual”, - “moral” and “physical qualities” - a man of many talents - a martyr and a patriot  WORLD WHEN RIZAL WAS BORN 1861 PAX HISPANICA – reigned over the archipelago GOV. JOSE LEMERY – the governor general – a good militarist & established politico military over Visayas & Mindanao ...

    Calamba City, Family, Grandparent 1120  Words | 5  Pages

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    know what happened to Leonor Rivera. His education, work and writings of Rizal including his associations with professors, scholars and scientist made him famous in Europe. He may wanted to see the effect of the ” Noli Me Tangere” in first hand to his people and the abusive Spanish authorities.  He had a delightful trip from Europe to Manila. It was also a happy homecoming in Calamba, Laguna . However, the family of Rizal knew that they were plotting to be killed because of his writing in “Noli...

    Calamba City, Dominican Order, Filipino people 3334  Words | 7  Pages

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    Summary: The film started with a scene showing Jose Rizal writing while narrating about Spanish abuses during his time. The film shows how the friars mistreat Filipino women, how they beat children and students when being disciplined and how they drag Filipino workers when they are being punished. In the film, he also narrated how he put himself as a character, Crisostomo Ibarra and Elias, in his novels because like what Ibarra portrays in the novel, he also wants revolution. When his novel was...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Complutense University of Madrid, José Rizal 2282  Words | 6  Pages

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    The film starts with Dr. Jose Rizal (Cesar Montano) in Ghent, Belgium, supposedly writing his second novel, El Filibusterismo. As the narration during the opening minutes continued, scenes that illustrate Rizal’s first novel, “Noli Me Tanger” was shown and Crisostomo Ibarra and his alter ego, Simoun, (Joel Torre) was introduced. This stood more as a second story of the movie as the said scenes progress throughout the movie as Rizal’s thoughts. As the two novels spread throughout the Philippines,...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Cesar Montano, José Rizal 1048  Words | 3  Pages

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    ophthalmologist in Hong Kong Rizal gained many clients •December 1, 1891 -He wrote to his parents asking there permission to return to the Philippines - on the same date he receive news from his brother-in-law That Don Francisco, neneng, sisa, and Paciano and other calambeno were rusticated. Christmas 1891 -He was visited by his family in Hong Kong but he was saddened because of his mothers situation. •His family saw the difference in the life of Rizal when he was in the Philippines...

    Calamba City, Filipino people, Hong Kong 409  Words | 3  Pages

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    ------------------------------------------------- Rizal sa Dapitan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2011) | Rizal sa Dapitan (lit. Rizal in Dapitan), is a 1997 film adaptation of life of the Filipino national hero Dr. José Rizal, starring Albert Martinez as José Rizal and Amanda Page as Josephine Bracken, the screenplay...

    Creative Commons, Jimmy Wales, José Rizal 477  Words | 3  Pages

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     Archaeologist Rizal studied monuments and antique currency everywhere he went. He drew most of the monuments he saw. An archaeologist is one who investigates the relics of Ancient Peoples and Civilizations, such as old jars, tools, weapons, jewelries, and ruins of buried cities and temples. Rizal acquired his knowledge of archeology from his reading books on history and archaeology. During his exile in Dapitan, Rizal explored the caves, inlets, and mountains near the town. He made his greatest...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Archaeology, José Rizal 853  Words | 5  Pages

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    ago--Tagore in India at the beginning of the 20th century, Rizal in the Philippines in the late 19th century. In an undated essay on education, "La Instruccion," whose manuscript is preserved in the Philippine National Library, Jose Rizal presented a critique on primary instruction in the Philippines during the late 19th century and provided suggestions for its improvement. Before taking further studies in Manila and Europe, Rizal was taught by his mother, private tutors and a small private...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Christianity, Filipino language 856  Words | 3  Pages

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    in Biñan, Laguna, a year before the nation celebrates the 150th birth anniversary of the national hero, Jose Rizal. At the center of the brewing controversy is an ancient bahay na bato (Spanish colonial stone house) known as the Alberto House. Obscured by the controversy over the house's sale and heritage value is the family relationship between Rizal and the Albertos of Biñan. All Rizal biographers agree that there is a blood relationship but disagree on the exact nature of the relationship. Jose...

    Ambeth Ocampo, Calamba City, Consanguinity 965  Words | 2  Pages

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    Reform movement did not cause the Revolution DICHOTOMY: REFORM REVOLUTION Renato Constantino Echoed Agoncillo Accepts: Essentialist characterization of Agoncillo DICHOTOMY RIZAL BONIFACIO 3. NOT based on historical FACTS FACTS: (REFORMIST) Province of Spain NOT for INDEPENDENCE Anti-Friar NOT anti-SPANIARD Not for Armed Revolution RIZAL: El Fili and Manifesto to the Filipino People Denounced the Revolution Antonio Luna: x Katipunan 4. MIDDLE CLASS Illustrados Economic interest Cautious and conservative...

    Andrés Bonifacio, El filibusterismo, Filipino people 1083  Words | 3  Pages

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    1. What do you think is the contribution of Rizal’s parents’ qualities of the shaping of his personality that made him later hero? When Jose Rizal is still a child his mother taught him to read a book even if he is only 3 years old of age at that time. His father is called to be “haciendero”, “mercado” and capitanes of the town which they were born. Rizal described his father as “a model of fathers” because his father Don Francisco gave all their needs just to have a good life even if building...

    Filipino people, José Rizal, Manila 1395  Words | 4  Pages

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    Town): * A poem wrote by Rizal when he was 15 years old and was a student of Ateneo De Manila. * B. Earliest Childhood Memories * At the age of three, Rizal was a frail, sickly and undersized, so he was given the tenderest care by his parents. During childhood memory, he was know how to pray the angelus. The imaginary tales by aya (nurse maid) makes Rizal enduring interest in legends and folklore. * C. Hero’s First Sorrow * The first sorrow of Rizal was brought by the death of...

    Angelus, CALABARZON, José Rizal 1116  Words | 4  Pages

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    ”The leading authority among the oculist of France” It was from him that Rizal learned various types of surgery, including the cataract-surgery technique he used to treat his mother. * Dr. Otto Becker (1828–1890) was a pioneer in ophthalmic pathology who wrote numerous works about the eye. He wrote a text on the anatomy of the normal and diseased lens and collected more than 1,800 pathologic specimens. From him Rizal learned the basics of ophthalmological examination and diagnosis. ...

    El filibusterismo, Filipino language, José Rizal 581  Words | 3  Pages

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    social unrest among the natives. Jose Rizal, at age 35 was the greatest political enemy of Spain in the Philippines with his exceptional linguistics ability and interest in the science and arts Rizal was most effective in his campaign for freedom as a writer. His novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo were scratching indictments of Spanish Tyranny and church which came to acquire immense political power. In Ghent, Belgium 1891 as Rizal narrates while he is writing the chapter...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, José Rizal 1368  Words | 5  Pages

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    would also be a blessing/ to the future generations.// We remember today/ the legacy of the writer,/ the linguist,/ the anthropologist,/ the journalist,/ the biologist,/ the artist,/ the son,/ the Filipino icon,/ our national hero,/ Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo Realonda.// He was a fighter.// He fought /and died for a nation.// But when he died,/ he left his heart/ and gave his spirit back/ for the people he loved so dearly.//  He is our liberator.// Intelligent that he was,/ at a young...

    Filipino people, José Rizal, Luzon 1027  Words | 3  Pages

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    When Rizal Left New York for London From May 13-16, 1888, Dr. Jose P. Rizal stayed at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. It was one of the best hotels in New York City at the time and the building is now the location of the International Pencil Factory located at the Madison Park (incidentally where the Filipino Independence Day festival is held every year.) On May 16th, Jose Rizal gathered enough funds for a trip to London onboard the luxurious liner CITY OF ROME. The Statue of Liberty was only 2 years...

    José Rizal, Manila, Philippines 894  Words | 3  Pages

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    A three-hour epic on the life and struggles of poet and patriot Jose Rizal, the national hero and martyr of the Philippines, this film was commissioned to mark the 1998 centennial of the country's independence from Spanish colonial rule. Rizal was a remarkably educated man; not only was he a writer, but he was also a painter, sculptor, doctor and surgeon, teacher, natural scientist, economist, engineer and theologian. He was an excellent fencer and marksman; he studied at colleges in Europe, America...

    Cesar Montano, El filibusterismo, José Rizal 687  Words | 3  Pages

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    Tangere is Latin for "Touch me not". According to Jose Rizal, the prevailing culture of injustice and oppression during that time was a 'cancer' that was killing the Philippine society and culture. As we know, cancer growths should not be touched lest they metastasize to fatal (end-stage) proportions. Jose Rizal was a medical doctor after all.  Noli Me Tangere laid the ground work for the two novels. There was actually a third one in the works but Rizal died before finishing it. In Noli, he gave the reader...

    El filibusterismo, Harriet Beecher Stowe, José Rizal 1956  Words | 4  Pages

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    LETTERS TO THE YOUNG WOMEN OF MALOLOS On February 22, 1889, Rizal wrote the famous letter now known as “To the Young Women of Malolos” as per the request of Marcelo H. del Pilar. This famous letter was written by Rizal in Tagalog while he was residing in London. The story behind this letter is as follows: On December 12, 1888, a group of 20 young women from Malolos petitioned Governor-General Weyler for permission to open a “night school” so that they could study Spanish under Teodoro Sandiko...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino mestizo 1596  Words | 4  Pages

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    frame that says “National Hero – Jose Rizal” (Figure 1). The narrator introduces two main characters – a director and a screenwriter – brainstorming on a Rizal film project. It becomes clear that this is a meta-film, a film within a film. The two filmmakers embark on an investigative research to explore the cinematic potential of Rizal’s biography. We see a series of eclectic flash-cuts as the filmmakers review the “omnipresence” of Rizal in Philippine culture. Rizal had been canonized as a saint by...

    Cannes Film Festival, Edgardo M. Reyes, Film crew 2001  Words | 6  Pages

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    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 that Rizal completed the manuscript in Brussels, Belgium. * It took three years for Dr. Jose Rizal to finish El Fili. PUBLICATION OF EL FILIBUSTERISMO * Two Views * Gregorio Zaide * It was Jose Rizal who canvassed printing shops to print...

    El filibusterismo, José Rizal, Laguna 1163  Words | 4  Pages

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    Written Report Mariella Mae Corral Vergara II-BEED Rizal in London (1888-1889)  Lived in London May 1888 to Mar. 1889 3 reasons why he stayed there: 1)To improve the his knowledge of theEnglish Language 2)To study and annotate Morga’s Sucesosde Las Islas Filipinas 3)London was a safe place for him to carryon his fight against Spanish Tyranny Filipiniana studies, completing annotating Morga’s books, wrote many articles in La Solidaridad Penned Young Women of Malolos   Life in London ...

    Calamba City, Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language 592  Words | 3  Pages

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    RIZAL’S ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES OF THE INDOLENCE OF THE FILIPINO PEOPLE Rizal pointed out that long before the coming of the Spaniards, the Filipinos were industrious and hardworking. It is the Spanish reign that brought about a decline in economic activities because of certain causes. First, the establishment of the Galleon Trade cut off all previous associations of the Philippines with other countries in Asia and the Middle East. As a result, business was only conducted with...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Faith, Filipino people 1715  Words | 5  Pages

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    Biarrritz Vacation and Romance with Nelly Boustead (1891) (CHAPTER 18) To seek solace for his disappointments in Madrid, Rizal took a vacation in theresort city of Biarritz on the fabulous French Riviera. He was a guest of the richBoustead family at its winter residence- Villa Eliada. He had befriended Mr.Boustead and his wife and the two charming daughters Adelina and Nellie. Hewas used to fence with the Boustead sisters at the studio of Juan Luna. It was inBiarritz where he had a serious romance...

    El filibusterismo, José Rizal, Philippine Revolution 1998  Words | 6  Pages

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    First Homecoming From 1882 to 1887, Rizal was in Europe studying. There he was allured, fascinated and have all the beautiful memories throughout his sojourn. But this will not make Rizal forget his fatherland and his nationality. After 5 years of memorable adventure in Europe, he returned to the Philippines in August 1887 and practiced medicine in Calamba. Although his life is threatened because his Noli Me Tangere caused uproar especially among the friars, he insists on returning home. He has...

    Calamba City, José Rizal, Katipunan 1918  Words | 6  Pages

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    what evil things they’re making out. Unite as one and light up the fire in our mind and soul. Through the elements of the strong, powerful, and very influential books of Dr. Jose Rizal, we Filipinos, are able to wake up in our long time of sleeping. It is true that pen is sharper than a sword. It’s been 150 years when Rizal gave his life to our country for us to be awaken in the abuses, wrong doings, and treats of Spaniards to the Filipinos. It’s been a very long time but his advocacy of opening the...

    José Rizal, Manila, Paciano Rizal 1268  Words | 3  Pages

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    press Berliner Buchdruckrei-Action-Gesselschaft F. MEYER- VAN LOO PRESS 11. Token for the financer Galley proofs of the Noli carefully rolled around the pen that Rizal used in writing it and a complimentary copy. Original Manuscript and an autographed printed copy. 12. Critics of the novel  In citing the Biblical source, Rizal made a mistake. It should be the Gospel of St. John not St. Luke.  Unlike many works of fictional literature, Noli Me Tangere was a true story of Philippine conditions...

    El filibusterismo, Harriet Beecher Stowe, José Rizal 486  Words | 3  Pages

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    GROUP 2 :RIZAL’S ESSAYS ORTEGA, OLLERO PASTRANA PEÑALOSA PFLEIDER To the young women of Malolos (London, February 22, 1889) This famous letter was written by Rizal in Tagalog, while he was reading in London, upon the request of M.H. del Pilar. The story behind this letter is this; On December 12, 1888, a group of twenty young women of Malolos petitioned Goveror-General Weyler for permission to open a “night school” so that they might study Spanish under Teodoro Sandiko....

    Andrés Bonifacio, Bulacan, Filipino language 851  Words | 4  Pages

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    it will be from the hands of the oppressed But, are these people ready for a change like his? Are they free? Or even independent individuals? Can they handle a very huge responsibility of taking care of a country??? Rizal saw the condition of the world… ***Other countries (super powers) might colonize us … England – in India, Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai Germany- doesn’t want any conflict with other Super Powers France- in Vietnam ...

    Colonialism, Future, Manila 431  Words | 3  Pages

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    allowed to hold parishes. June 1872 The hero’s mother was accused and arrested on malicious charge that she aided her brother, Jose Alberto, in trying to poison Alberto’s wife. She was forced to walk on foot from Calamba to Santa Cruz. Jose Rizal experienced the injustice of the Spanish authorities. This event in his life was inculcated in his mind and opened his eyes to reality and dreamed to have equality between Filipinos and Spaniards before the law. This event shows how Spaniards manipulate...

    Ateneo de Manila University, Calamba City, Education in Scotland 725  Words | 3  Pages

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    JOSE PROTACIO RIZAL MERCADO Y ALONZO REALONDA Calle Real, Rizal Shrine Calamba, Laguna 0915-5774925 joseprizal@yahoo.com OBJECTIVE: To share a heart of a Filipino nationalist and inspire all the Filipino youth today EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: 1887 Eye specialization course, PhD University of Heidelberg 1885 Philosophy and Letters, PhD 1884 Licentiate in Medicine Universidad Central de Madrid 1878-1882 Opthalmology (undergraduate) 1877-1878 Philosopy...

    Bachelor's degree, Filipino people, José Rizal 278  Words | 3  Pages

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    2011 - LECTURE NOTES. I. Introduction and significance of R.A. 1425 (RizalLaw) II. The world during Rizal's times local conditions during Rizal's ... 2. Rizal's Life Works & Writings - YouTube ► 23:55► 23:55 www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI0dK7uy__E Jan 12, 2012 - Uploaded by luis17lee Rizal's Life Works & Writings A movie presentation of Rizal's Life, Works and Writings 1. Brief ... 3. Rizal Life Works Writings Summary 1 - Scribd www.scribd.com/doc/68182467/Rizal-Life-Works-Writings-Summary-1‎ ...

    Andrés Bonifacio, José Rizal, Katipunan 543  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rizal

    Vince Aaron A. Leonardo TC 1-6 Curriculum Vitae Name: Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal Alonzo Y Realonda Sex: Male Born: June 19, 1861 Place of birth: Calamba, Laguna Died: December 30, 1896 Civil Status: Single Religion: Roman Catholic Nationality: Filipino Height: 4’11 Father’s Name: Francisco Mercado Occupation: Farmer Mother’s Name: Teodora Alonso Realonda Occupation: House Wife Siblings: Saturnina Mercado Maria Mercado Paciano Mercado Conception...

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  • Rizal Notes

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    Why students like watching anime? Factors that urge student to watch anime Anime Addiction: Causes and Effects on Students Why some students became obsessed after watching anime? Positive and negative effects Introduction Anime is a type of cartoon but rather, it is complex, mature, broader, and even the animation drawing is on a higher level than that of a mere cartoon. Anime, which originated in Japan, is drawn by a “Mangaka” (artist) into manga (comic) drafts...

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  • jose rizal

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  • Rizal as a Filipino

    I. Introduction Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal Dr Jose Protacio Rizal was born in the town of Calamba, Laguna on 19th June 1861. The second son and the seventh among the eleven children of Francisco Mercado and Teodora Alonso. With his mother as his first teacher, he began his early education at home and continued in Binan, Laguna. He entered a Jesuit-run Ateneo Municipal de Manila in 1872 and obtained a bachelor's degree with highest honors in 1876. He studied medicine at the University of Santo...

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  • Rizal in London

    La Liga Filipina La Liga Filipina (English: The Philippine League) was a progressive organization created by Dr. José Rizal in the Philippines in the house of Doroteo Ongjunco at Ilaya Street, Tondo, Manila in 1892. The organization derived from La Solidaridad and the Propaganda movement. The purpose of La Liga Filipina is to build a new group sought to involve the people directly in the reform movement. The league was to be a sort of mutual aid and self-help society dispensing scholarship funds...

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  • Philippines and Jose Rizal

    About Jose Rizal as the National Hero of the Philippines STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON FILIPINO HISTORIANS’ ARTICLES ABOUT JOSE RIZAL AS THE NATIONAL HERO OF THE PHILIPPINES A Paper Submitted to: Dr. Minerva V. Apita In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in: Philippine History with Politics and Governance Laylo, Anelle Nica M. September 7, 2011 Premium6774 Words28 Pages my home by jose rizal se Rizal, Liberator of the Philippines In the early morning of December 30, 1896, 35 year old Jose' Rizal, an indio...

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  • Introduction

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    Environment, Hazardous waste, Marine pollution 606  Words | 3  Pages

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