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Rizal Chapter 8 Report

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Yamie Suarez

on 12 February 2013

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Transcript of Rizal Chapter 8 Report

Noli Me Tangere Published in Berlin (1887) Chapter 8 Rizal (circa 1886) QUESTIONS The winter of 1886 was a memorable part of Rizal’s life. It was painful at first - hungry, sick, and despondent in a strange city, which brought him so much suffering. Afterwhich, it was able to bring him happiness for he was able to accomplish a lot of things. + the first novel ever written
+ inspired by his reading of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s UNCLE TOM’S CABIN
+ the writing of Noli started toward the end of 1884; began writing in Madrid and finished half of it
+ Feb. 21, 1887; the Noli was finally finished and ready for printing.
+came off the press in March 1887
+ Printing Shop: Berliner Buchdruckei-Action-Gesselschaft
+ Charged 300 pesos for 2000 copies of the novel
+ to save printing expenses , he deleted certain passages in his manuscript, including the whole chapter- “ Elias and Salome.”
+ Maximo Viola - a good friend of Rizal who came to Berlin during the time the novel was made Noli Me Tangere - 63 chapters and an epilogue; begins when Crisostomo Ibarra returned after 7 years of studying in Europe
- Padre Damaso - Franciscan friar
- Padre Sybila - Dominican parish priest
- Senior Guevara - lieutenant of the Guardia Civil
- Don Tiburcio de Espadana - bogus Spanish physician and handpicked husband of Dona Victorina
-several other ladies Noli Me Tangere - Synopsis Most tragic story in the novel: The Tale of Sisa

Picnic at the Lake Incident

Guardia Civil Looking for Elias
- assaulting Padre Damaso
- throwing the Alferez into a mud hole

Ibarra's attack on Padre Damaso
- his engagement to Maria Clara was broken
- excommunicated ...continuation Noli Me Tangere as a true story:
"The facts I narrate are all true and have happened;
I can prove them."

Elias and Salome: The Missing Chapter
- deleted by Rizal because of financial reasons ??? Death of Don Rafael:
- defended a helpless boy from brutality
- dead body removed from cemetery

All Saints' Day at the Cemetery
- the grave-digger told Crisostomo that the corpse was removed by order of the parish priest; threw the corpse to the lake

Ibarra Met Padri Salvi

Tasio The Philosopher - "Tasio the Lunatic" The story of Elias:
- like that of Sisa
- left Tayabas with his sister

Elias helped Ibarra escape
-Elias burned all the papers and set Ibarra's house on fire
- "I die without seeing the dawn brighten over my native land! You, who have it to see, welcome it - and forget not those who have fallen during the night" March 21, 1887 Noli Me Tangere came off the press Rizal sent copies to: Ferdinand Blumentritt Dr. Antonio Ma. Regidor Graciano Lopez Jaena Mariano Ponce Felix R. Hidalgo March 29, 1887 Rizal gave Maximo Viola the galley proofs of the novel, carefully rolled around the pen he used in writing and a complimentary copy of the novel José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (June 19, 1861 – December 30, 1896) Rizal dedicated the novel to the Philippines, "My Fatherland" Rizal cited the wrong biblical source in attributing his novel's title to Hidalgo Instead of the Gospel of St. Luke, it was the Gospel of St. John 20:13-17
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