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Rizal As A Novelist
Transcript of Rizal As A Novelist
Anatomy and Analysis of His Novels
Part I. Quiz
1. Dissection of Colonialism
4. Los Trabajos Literarios
Part II. Presentation
Jose Rizal's main contribution as novelist was to expose malevolent white colonial attitudes that permeated the world in late 19th century.
DISSECTION OF COLONIALISM
- this was one of the sub themes in Rizal's second novel, El Filibusterismo.
- the main theme of the Fili suggests that colonialism has a divisive influence upon the Philippines
The argument for a separate nationalism are put forth by Simoun.
For the Spaniards one of the frightening aspects of El Filibusterismo was the revolutionary rhetoric and formal planning for native rule.
But in the conclusion of the Fili, Simoun was visited on his deathbed by a native priest who informs him that the revolution will fail because Filipinos are not ready for independence.
Instruction: Unscramble the scrambled words to obtain the correct answers. Right the correct answers on the blank provided.
1. In El Filibusterismo, one of the sub themes is Rizal's __________. (TIONCEIDSS FO MSILNIACLOO)
2. To whom did Rizal dedicated his second novel which is El Filibusterismo? __________ (BUROGMAZ)
3. El Filibusterismo was read with __________ by the Filipinos. (THUENASMIS)
4. _____________ is a manuscript with the same title that was recovered during circa 1938 prior to World War II from the house of Mariano Ponce. (SOL BATRASOJ TERIOSLIRA)
5. The ______________ of his next book was one other thing besides money that detained Rizal in Europe. (LIPUBTIONCA)
Part I. Answers
The Fili's Theme
Don Mariano Gomez, Don Jose Burgos and Don Jacinto Zamora or also known as GOMBURZA was the three priests whom Rizal dedicated his novel to.
They were executed in Bagumbayan field in February 28, 1875.
IN PRAISE OF THE FILI
El filibusterismo was read with enthusiasm by most of the filipinos. From barcelona came this glowing tribute signed by twelve of rizal’s countrymen.
El filibusterismo is a better novel than NOLI ME TANGERE in it’s profound ideals and sublime thoughts.
Such was the almost universal feeling among the friends of Rizal, that he had written a magnificient book and spoiled it with his last chapter.
SAVING THE BEST FOR LAST
There was one other thing besides money that detained Rizal in Europe. This was the publication of his next book El Filibusterismo, the sequel to Noli Me Tangere, upon which he had been toiling for three years.
At last Rizal did find a publisher in Ghent who was willing to begin the book on small partial payments.
THE SEARCH FOR THE THIRD NOVEL
The academic community and other Rizal scholars cannot believe and conclude that Rizal had only two novels. With his premise, perhaps it is logical to ask:
LOS TRABAJOS LITERARIOS
ANG DALAWANG MAGKAPATID
UN RUMBUSO GOBERNADORCILLO
Los Animales de Suan
Principios de Una Novela Satricia
Principios de Una Novela Historica
Memorias de Un Gallo
Prepared by: Purcris V. Cervantes