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Rizal's Biography:
Name: Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo Realonda
Born: July 19, 1861
Place: Calamba, Laguna
Baptised: July 22, 1861
Baptised by: Father Rufino Collantes
Father: Francisco Mercado Rizal
Mother: Teodora Alonzo Realonda
Siblings: Saturnina, Paciano, Narcisa, Olympia, Lucia, Maria,
Jose, Concepcion, Josefa, Trinidad, And Soledad


A home showered with many blessings:
1. to build a big stone house in Calamba
2. to send their children in Manila
3. to own a 1000-volume library
4. to own a horse drawn carriage
Early Schooling in Binan:
When Rizal turned nine, he was sent by his father to Binan to continue study Latin.
His teacher was Justiniano Aquino Cruz, was a severe disciplinarian.
He spent his typical day:
I heard the four o'clock mass (in the morning) if there was one or I studied my lessons at the same hour and heard mass afterward. Upon returning, I looked for mabolo fruit in the grove... took my breakfast (a plate of rice and two fried sardines) ...went to class which was over at ten. I went home immediately...
I went back to school at two and was out at five... I played for a while with cousins before going home... studied my lessons after supper... said our prayers....
schooling in Ateneo:

June 10,1872, Rizal was accompanied by Paciano from Binan to Manila
For being frail, late and small for his age (11 yrs old), he was first refused but through the help of Manuel Xeres Burgos, nephew of martyr priest, the college registrar Father Magin Fernando, finally allowed him to register
With the inspiration particularly given by Father Francisco Sanchez, Rizal had very high grades (all excellent) and won prizes in various contest; hence, he , "the pride of Jesuits". graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Arts (with highest honors.)
Alexander Dumas
"Count of Monte Cristo
Cesar Cantu's
Universal History
Dr. Teodor Jagor's
Travels in the Philippines
Academic performance at Ateneo
(1872-1877)
1972-1873(First year)
Latin............................Excellent
Spanish.....................Excellent
Greek........................Excellent

1873-1874(Second year)
Spanish................Excellent
Greek...................Excellent
World Geograhy.....Excellent

1874-1875(third year)
Latin....................Excellent
Spanish..................Excellent
World history........Excellent
History of Spain and the
Philippines..............Excellent
Arithmetic..................Excellent
Greek..............................Excellent
1875-1876(Fourth year)
Rhetoric & Poetry.......Excellent
French................................Excellent
Geometry & Trigo........Excellent

1876-1877(Fifth year)
Philosophy 1 ...................Excellent
Philosophy 2 ...................Excellent
Mineralogy & Chem.....Excellent
Physics.................................Excellent
Botany & Zoology..........Excellent
He enrolled taking Philosophy and Letters (1877) and the following year, he took up medicine. He believe he could help his people best as physician.
in 1879, Liceo Artisto de Manila held two contest. Rizal decided to submit a poem entitled "A la Juvented Filipina" where he won a silver pen but the spaniards refused to acknwoledge his victory because he is an indio
Sad experience. while walking on the street one evening, Rizal then, a freshmen medical student, failed to see and greet the "alferez" a courteous "buenas noches". Because of this, he was mercilessly struck with a sword at the back.

Early sorrows:
"Mother's Imprisonment"
at the age of ten, his mother was falsely accused of poisoning her brother's (Jose alberto) wife

"Death of GOMBURZA"
Execution of the three martyr priests because they were falsely accused or implicated in the cavite mutiny.
(11 years old) young as he was, Rizal was deeply affected by the death of GOMBURZA.
-Rizal was also saddened by the fact that:
1. the method of instruction was absolete and undemocratic;
2. Filipino students were unjustly treated and;
the professors were unfriendly to him and the native students.
-Disgusted by the suffocating and hostile atmosphere and method of instruction of the UST, Rizal finally decided to leave for spain to continue his medical studies.

Rizal's Scholastic Records at the UST (Capino at al., 1977)
1877-1878
Philosophy and Letters
Cosmology a Metaphysics........Excellent
Theodicy.............................................Excellent
History and Philosophy..............Excellent
1878-1879
First year-Medicine
Physcis................................................Fair
Chemistry..........................................Excellent
Natural History..............................Fair
Anatomy 1..........................................Good
Dissection 1.......................................Good
1879-1880
Second year-Medicine
Anatomy 2........................................Good
Dissection 2......................................Good
Physiology.........................................Good
Private Hygiene..............................Good
Public Hygiene.................................Good
1880-1881
Third year-Medicine
General Pathology..............................Fair
Therapeutics..........................................Excellent
Surgery......................................................Good
1881-1882
Fourth year-Medicine
Medical Pathology..............................Very good
Surgical Pathology..............................Very good
Obstetrics.................................................Very good
Rizal in Madrid
Without his parents' consent, he was secretly supported by his brother Paciano.
He enrolled in the College of Medicine and College of Philosophy and Letters of the Universidad Central de Madrid and received a licentiate in Medicine on June 21, 1884.
In the next academic year (1884-1885), he took and passed all the subjects leading to the degree of Doctor of medicine, but not awarded a doctor's diploma for failing to present a thesis.
on June 19, 1885, he also earned a licentiate in Philosophy and Letters, with a grade of sobrasaliente (Excellent)
IN addition to the foregoing, Rizal took up Fine Arts and Sculpture in Academia de San Fernando and engaged in literary activities.
During his free hours, he attended lectures and watched stage plays.
He also went to Paris for advanced studied in ophthalmology.
Licentiate in Medicine Awarded on June 21 1884 with the rating "Fair"
History of Medical Science.........Fair
Surgical Analysis...............................Good
Normal Histology............................Excellent
Rizal's Scholastic Records in Medicine at the Universidad Central de Madrid (Zaide,1988)
Fifth year (1882-1883): Continuation of His Medical Course in the UST
Medical Clinic 1.................................Good
Surgical Clinic 1.................................Good
Obstetrical Clinic..............................Fair
Legal Medicine...................................Excellent
Sixth Year (1883-1884)
Medical Clinic 2.................................Good
Surgical Clinic 2.................................Very good


Rizal in Europe
may 1, 1882, soon after the end of the school year 1881-1882, Rizal left the Phiippines.
Rizal in Singapore
May 9, Rizal arrived in Singapore, where all passengers disembarked as the "Salvadora"was not going any further.
They transfer to the Djemmah which was bound for Europe.
He observed that people in the city were more free and more progressive than those in the Philippines who were afraid of their rulers and did not have confidence in their gov't.
boarding the french steamer Djemmah which bound for Europe, he left Singapore.
He was fascinated by the unusual cleanliness of the ship.
He had begun to come in contact with the Western civilization.
he saw Aden, Suez, Egypt, MArseilles, and Naples where the hero of the Count of Monte Cristo was imprisoned.
RIZAL IN BARCELONA
Rizal boarded a train going to Barcelona on June 15, 1882 was warmly welcomed by the Filipino expatriates there.
he did not have a good impression in the city.
during his stay, he wrote "Amor Patrio" the first essay he wrote in Europe. He signed as "Laong Laan".
Rizal's excellence in writing caught the attention of the people. He was thus, invited to every forum tackled the conditions of the Philippines then.
Rizal in Madrid
Advised by his brother, Rizal left Barcelona to Madrid to continue his studies.
In the words of Jose Alejandro, "Rizal is very studious, methodical, and disciplined. He had time for everything he want to do and did it thoroughly.
Aside from attending operas and stage plays, he also visited art galleries and museums, read book on varied subjects, and took lessons on painting, sculpture and languages.
Upon joining the Circulo Hispano-Filipino, he was requested by the members to write a poem, hence, he wrote "Me Piden Versos" (They Asked Me for the Verses). This is a letter for his mother in which he pour all his feelings. He personally recited the poem during the new year's eve reception of Madrid Filipinos held in the evening of Dec. 31, 1882.
during his stay, his allowance arrived irregularly.
For instance in June 5, 1884,
he won a prize for passing an examination in Greek but he had nothing to eat nor money to spend.
That evening, he was to deliver a speech at a banquet in honor to two great Filipinos, Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo, who participated in the National Exposition of Fine Arts in Madrid.
He delivered one of the most beautiful speeches, hungry.
RIZAL IN PARIS
When Rizal turned 24 and became a full surgeon, he went to Paris to specialize ophthalmology.
On his way to Paris, he stopped at Barcelona to visit his friend Maximo Viola, a medical student who was from a rich family in San Miguel, Bulacan.
He worked as assistant to Dr. Louis de Wecker for four months.
After work hours he visited his friends.
He already completed one-fourth of his first novel "Noli Me Tangere"
RIZAL IN HEIDELBERG
In 1886, Rizal arrived in Heidelberg.
He lived in a boarding house near the University of Heidelberg and worked at the University Eye Hospital under the direction of Dr. Otto Becker.
He was fascinated with the beautiful spring flowers of the Heidelberg which reminded him of the flowers at the garden of his home in Calamba.
His homesickness provided him to write a poem entitled "to the flowers of Heidelberg.
He also wrote a letter to his sister Trinidad where he described the characteristics of German girls.
RIZAL IN LEIPZIG
In Leipzig, Rizal attended lectures in history and psychology at the University of Leipzig.
He became a friend of Prof. Ratzel, a famous German historian and, of Dr. Hans Meyer, a German anthropologist.
He translated Schiller's William Tell in tagalog so that the Filipinos would know the life of the champion of Swiss independence
RIZAL IN BERLIN
He stayed for six weeks to publish his first novel.
He met Dr. Teodor Jagor who introduced him to Dr. Rudolf Virchow, a famous German anthropologist, and to the latter's son, Hans Virchow.
He worked again as asistant of Dr. Schweiger.
Feb. 21, 1887, he finished the manuscript of Noli Me Tangere after undergoing much suffering.
May 11, 1887, he decided to left Berlin by train.
RIZAL IN DRESDEN
Rizal and Viola went to the regional floral exposition in Dresden after which they visited Dr. Adolph Meyer, which was overjoyed to see them.
They sailed for Leitmerizt, Bohemia where for the first time, he met Blumentrit, an Austrian linguist and director of Ateneo de Leitmerizt.
Blumentrit became Rizal's close friend.
Their friendship started when Rizal sent Blumentrit a book, Arithmetica.
In Gratitude, Blumentrit, gave Rizal a book about Austria.
a total of 59 well-preserved letters between two had been found and presently under the safekeeping of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.
Blumentrit called Rizal not only "the greatest Filipino" but also "the greatestof the malayan race"
RIZAL IN PRAGUE
they visited the tomb of Copernicus, the famous astronomer; the Museum of Natural History,; the bacteriological laboratories; and the famous cave where San Juan nepomuceno, the catholic saint was imprisoned
RIZAL IN VIENNA
May 20, Rizal and Viola arrived in the beautiful city of Vienna. They stayed at Hotel Metropole. They Visited interesting places.
RIZAL IN LINTZ
They left Vienna on a river boat to see the beautiful Danube River. During the trip, Rizal observed the river, the barges loaded with products and the families living on them
RIZAL IN RHEINFALL
They traveled overland to Munich to personally taste its beer, considered the best beer in Germany then. They also visited the ULM cathedral. they also saw the breathtaking waterfalls of Germany
RIZAL IN GENEVA
Riding a small boat, Rizal and Viola crossed Leman Lake in Geneva, one of the most beautiful city in Europe. He spent 15 delightful days in Geneva
RIZAL IN ITALY
He visited Turin, Milan, Venice, Florence, Rome (the Eternal City, also called City of Ceasars. He also Visited Vatican, and St. Peter's Basilica.
Rizal's Decision to Return to the Philippines
His Reasons:
1. Epidemics were ravaging the islands;
2. His father being deprived from his property;
3. He wanted to operate his mother's cataracts and;
4. He received sad news about his Fiancee, Leonor Rivera.
His First Homecoming in Calamba
Rizal reached Calamba August 8. His family welcomed him with tears of joy.
Rizal opened a medical clinic in his 6 months stay in Calamba.
The first thing that he did was to operate his mother's eyes and the operation was successful.
His fame soon spread and patients from all over the country flocked to his clinic.
Within a few months, he was able to earn Php 900 as Phsician.
He also open a gymnasium for his fellow citizens to discourage them from engaging in cockfighting and gambling.
Rizal failed to see Leonor Rivera during his six months stay in Calamba
Rizal Received a letter from Governor-general Emilio Terrero, requesting him to bring a copy of Noli Me Tangere to Malacanang Palace. He found it beautiful and truthful.
The governor-general sent a copy to the UST so that Commission on Censorship could come up a report on it.
The Commission submitted a report on August 30, 1887.
"The Noli Me tangere has been found heretical, impious, and scandalous from the religious perspective, and antipatriotic, and subversive from the point of view of of the spanish government.
Rizal's life was endangered so Terrero provided him with a bodyguard in the name of Jose Taviel de Andrade
Rizal Leaves the Philippines
Rizal Received a summons from Goernor Terrero, who told him that it was best for him to leave the country
He left Calamba ,weak with fever, but was assisted by his cousins and brother-in-law.
Feb. 3, 1888, Rizal left Manila with heart filled with pain.
Before he leave left in Calamba in 1888, he wrote a poem dedicated to the indutrious workers of Lipa entitled "Himno al Trabajo".
RIZAL'S SECOND TOUR TO EUROPE
RIZAL IN HONG KONG
Feb. 3, 1888, He left Manila and went to Hong Kong. Rizal made the following observations:
Dominican order was the richest religious order in Hong Kong. It owned more than 700 houses for rent and many shares in foreign land.
There were cemeteries for the Protestants, Catholics, and Muslims, respectively. the Protestants' cemetery were the most beautiful, Catholic cemetery had the most expensive mausoleums, Muslim cemetery was the simplest
RIZAL IN JAPAN
He went to Yokohama and stayed Tokyo hotel. His impression of Japan were follows:
the beauty of the country
the cleanliness, politeness, and industry of the Japanese people
the picturesque dress and simple charm of the Japanese women
safe
beggars are rarely seen in the city streets
San Francisco
London
Paris
Rizal started his trip across the American continent, passing through Reno, Oglen, Denver, Farmington, Salt lake city, Provo, Colorado, Nebraska, and finally, Chicago.
His good impression to US were the material progress and the bad impression on the other hand was the fact that there was no racial equality therein
while in London, Rizal came to know Dr. Reinhold Rost, the Librarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs of England through a letter from Dr. Blumentritt.
He copied Morga's book Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas, and annotated it for publication as his gift to the Filipinos.
Aside from such book, he also wanted to publish Blumentritt's Tribes of Mindanao.
In Paris, Rizal was intending to board at Hotel de Restaurant de Rome, but having a bad news from home. he did not stay long, on September 10, 1888, he left Paris back to LondonAA
BACK TO LONDON:
He was admitted to study at the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities in the British Museum of London.
October 13, 1888, he was informed by a telegram that his brother-in-law, Manuel Hidalgo had been deported to Bohol without being informed.
He again received a letter inviting him to direct the society that they planned to put up. (Asociacion la Solidaridad)
Inaugurated on Dec. 31, 1888. he was elected onorary president of the association.
RIZAL IN
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
Rizal finished his second novel, El Felibusterismo
He was busied writing articles for La solidaridad
He also worked in a clinic to earn money
RIZAL IN
HONG KONG
November 19, 1891, when he arrived in Hong Kong
Dec. 6, A reunion among the Rizal Family happened
BACK TO THE PHILIPPINES:
June 26, 1892, Rizal and his sister Lucia arrived in Manila and upon arrival, their baggage were searched and spanish officials claimed to have found and claimed to have found seditious papers and leaflets therein.
thus he was Exile in Dapitan.
EXILE IN DAPITAN
In the 4 years that Rizal stayed in Dapitan, he demonstrated parctical nationalism and inspired his fellow Filipino to do the same.
Prepared by:
Jeathell B. Abelarde
III-2 BSE- GEN. SCI
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