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Histo chapter 15 Rizal's second Sojourn to Paris

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Transcript of Histo chapter 15 Rizal's second Sojourn to Paris

Rizal's Second Sojourn to P ris London Universal Exposition of 1889 & Sojourn (n.)\sō-jrn, sō-\
- A temporary stay, visit, tarry
(Merriam-Webster) Adios London
March 19, 1889
-Sudden
-Farewell to the Becketts Especially Gertrude Arrival to Paris
May - Difficulty Finding Quarters
-Due to the Universal Exposition of 1889 Rizal Lived in the home of Valentin Ventura He finally lived in a tiny room with Capitan Justo Trinidad and Jose Albert. No.45 Rue Maubauge Life in Paris “Por Telefono”
Another satirical work written by Rizal as a reply to another slandered, Fr, Salvador Font
Publishd in booklet 1889
It describes in comical vein a telephone conversation between Fr. Font who was in Madrid and the father of San Agustin in Manila
-Universal Exposition of Paris opened on May 6,1889.
-Rizal and his friends joined the international art competition
-Rizal did not win“Por Telefono”
Another satirical work written by Rizal as a reply to another slandered, Fr, Salvador Font
Publishd in booklet 1889
It describes in comical vein a telephone conversation between Fr. Font who was in Madrid and the father of San Agustin in Manila
Clubs Rizal
Started KIDLAT Club March 19, 1889 Rizal organized his Compatriots into a society called Kidlat club
Aim: to simply bring together the young Filipinos in the French Capital so that they could enjoy their sojourn Together INDIOS BRAVOS Enchanted by the American Indians he replaced the Kidlat Club with Indios Bravos (Brave Indians)
Aim: to excel in intellectual and physical prowess in order to win the admiration of the foreigners particualarly the spaniards R.D.L.M. Society Redencion de los Malayos (Redemption of the Malays)
Aim: to Propagate all useful knowledge to achieve the redemption of the Malay race Annotated Edition of Morga Published
1890 the publication of the annotated edition of Morga's Sucessos
Two errors of Rizal
1. Appraising the events of the past in the light of present standards
2. His attacks on the Church were unfair and unjustified because the abuses of the friars should not be construed to mean that Catholicism is bad. Title page of Rizals annotated edition of Morga reads
"Paris, Liberia de Garnier Hermanos 1890." Documentary evidences that showed Rizal's edition came off in 1889 not 1890
October 12, 1889 - Blumentritts letter to Rizal from Leitmeritz
December 28, 1889 - Rizals letter to Dr. Baldomero Roxas from Paris
December 31,1889 - Mariano Ponce's letter to Rizal from Barcelona. Comments on Morga's Publication Date International Association of FilipinologistAim – to study the Philippines from the scientific and historical point of view.August 1889- scheduled holding of the inaugural convention.Tconventionion did not materialize because the french government discouraged the conferences by the private organization during the Universal exposition Project for Filipino College in Hong Kong Aim – to train ad educate men of good family and financial means in accodance with the demands of modern time.
This Project did not materialize however years later he founded a school which he put into practice some of the pedagogical concepts. “Por Telefono”
-Another satirical work written by Rizal as a reply to another slandered, Fr, Salvador Font
-Published in booklet 1889
-It describes in comical vein a telephone conversation between Fr. Font who was in Madrid and the father of San Agustin in Manila

Christmas in Paris
December 25,1889 – His last Christmas dinner in Paris
Rizal made a brief visit in London after New Year.
Middle of January 1890, he was back again in Paris.
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