• Essay
    it would be much better to work with Vera. Vera brought him to Rome for some of his commissions, and Luna was exposed to the art of the Renaissance painters. It was in 1878 when his artistic talents was established with the opening of the first art exposition in Madrid which was called the...
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  • An Outline of Jose Rizal's Life
    at the College of Santa Rosa, a well-known college for girls in the city -a remarkable woman, possessing refined culture, literary talent, business ability, and the fortitude of Spartan women -is a woman of more than ordinary culture: she knows literature and speaks Spanish (according to Rizal) -died...
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  • Rizal
    Santa Rosa, a well-known college for girls in the city-a remarkable woman, possessing refined culture, literary talent, business ability, and the fortitude of Spartan women-is a woman of more than ordinary culture: she knows literature and speaks Spanish (according to Rizal)-died in Manila on August...
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  • rizal
    • “the favorite painters of the class”- because of his artistic talent • Christmas in 1870-Rizal received a letter from his sister Saturnina, informing him of the arrival of the steamer Talim which would take him from Biñan to Calamba • Saturday afternoon, December 17, 1870- Rizal left Biñan...
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  • Filipino Sculptures
     province. This shrine is an expression of Abueva's awareness of his roots, and a manifestation of his artistic talents. [pic] mother and child Sculpture of mother and child by Contreras made from discarded century-old molave hardwood, texturized stainless steel and other materials indigenous to the...
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  • Rizal
    contest sponsored in 1879 by the Artistic-Literary Lyceum of Manila, a society composed of the leading writers and artists in Manila. He was given a feather-shaped silver pen and a diploma during the awarding ceremonies held on November 29, 1879. Only 18 years old, he bested both the indios (native...
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  • Rizal
    waterworks. The famous handmade waterworks of Rizal and consider as one of his masterpieces.   Community Projects for Dapitan. When Rizal arrived in Dapitan, he decided to improve it, to the best of his God-given talents, and to awaken the civic consciousness of its people. He wrote to Fr. Pastells: "I...
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  • Juan Luna
    of the Renaissance painters. It was in 1878 when his artistic talents was established with the opening of the first art exposition in Madrid which was called the Exposición Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Demonstration of Fine Arts). From then on, Luna became engrossed in painting and produced a...
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  • Philippine Literature
    supernatural control. It may deal with heroes and gods. Two kinds of epic poetry are the popular or ancient and the literary or modern. The ancient or popular epic is often without definite author while the modern has a definite author. b. Metrical Tale. This is a narrative which is written in verse...
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  • News
    consider myself competent to judge literary quality in that language.) They were in agreement that Rizal’s Spanish was at best average. Our social studies teachers—no doubt with the best intentions and with genuine admiration for Rizal—romanticized his love affairs, taking care to point out the chaste...
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  • Introduction to Rizal Course
    Filipina – In the year 1879 the Liceo Artistico – Literario(ArtisticLiterary Lyceum) of Manila, a society of literary men and artist, held a literary contest. It offered a prize for the best poem by a native or a mestizo. Rizal, who was then eighteen years old, submitted his poem To the Filipino...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    his everyday efforts to live, to be happy n his environment and, after struggles, to reach his Creator.” Why We Need to Study Philippine Literature We can enumerate many reasons for studying literature.   Here are but a few:   We study literature so that we can better appreciate our literary...
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  • Rizaal
    with varied achievements. He practices medicine, pursued scientific studies, continued his artistic and literary works, widened his knowledge of languages, established a school of boys, promoted community development projects, invented a wooden machine for making bricks, and engaged in farming and...
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  • RIZAL in UST
    spranga beautiful romance and became engage. In 1879, the Liceo Artistico – Literario (Artistic Literarylyceum) of Manila held literary contest it offered a prize for the best poem by a native or a mestizo. Rizal submitted his poem “A La Juventud Filipina”. (ToThe Youth Filipino).The board of...
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  • Philippine Literature
    happy n his environment and, after struggles, to reach his Creator.” Why We Need to Study Philippine Literature We can enumerate many reasons for studying literature. Here are but a few: We study literature so that we can better appreciate our literary heritage. We cannot appreciate something that...
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  • Philippine Literature
    .   Here  are but a few:   We  study literature so  that we can better  appreciate our literary  heritage.  We cannot  appreciate something that  we do not understand.   Through a study  of our literature, we  can trace the rich  heritage of ideas handed  down to us from  our forefathers. Then...
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  • Rizal
    . It can be said that majority of his literary works were written in Spanish. * Rizal wanted to write a literary masterpiece that has a modern sense of the word and should be very artistic. * Rizal wanted to write a novel that would deal exclusively with usages, virtues, and defects of...
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  • Research
    “fair hope of the Fatherland.” • THE COUNCIL OF THE GODS (1880)    Another literary contest by the Artistic-Literary Lyceum to commemorate the fourth centennial of the death of Cervantes, Spanish and author of Don Quixote. Manuel De Cervantes – Spain’s glorified man of letter -          Rizal...
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  • The Essays
    Rizal lived in a far away dapitan where he practiced medicine, pursued scientific studies, continued hi artistic and literary works and many more. 1. Beginning of exile in dapitan. Aboard the steamer Cebu and under heavy guard, Rizal left Manila, sailing to Mindoro and Panay, until he reached...
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  • Kidlat Club
    Kidlat Club Rizal went to Paris after his stay in London. Despite the social parties and the glittering lights of the city, he continued his fruitful artistic, literary, and patriotic labours. He lived in a little room, together with two other Filipinos- Capitan Justo Trinidad, former...
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