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Jose Rizal's Ateneo Years

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Maria Asas

on 11 November 2014

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Transcript of Jose Rizal's Ateneo Years

Rizal's Poems Written in Ateneo

- written when he was 14
- to congratulate his brother-in-law, Antonio Lopez, husband of his sister Narcisa.

The Heroism of Columbus
Columbus and John II
My first Inspiration

- “Mi Primera Inspiracion”
- first poem he wrote in Ateneo
- written in honor of his mother
to show his love and appreciation

My First Inspiration
Hymn to Magellan’s Fleet
-about Ferdinand Magellan's
And He is Spanish: El Cano, the first to Circumnavigate the World
- about Juan Sebastián Elcano, a Spanish Basque, Ferdinand Magellan’s second in command, who upon Magellan’s death on the shores of Mactan in the Philippines, took over and completed the first circumnavigation of
the world
The Battle:
Urbiztondo, Terror of Jolo
- to hail Urbiztondo for the successful
battle against the Muslims
- Rizal narrated how the great warrior
defeated the Moros under Sultan
Mahumat of Jolo

– a poem in honor of Calamba,
the hero’s birthplace
In Memory of My Town
Intimate Alliance Between Religion and
Good Education
- strong relationship between academics and
Through Education the Country
Receives Light
- expresses Rizal's high regard for education
Battle of Lucena and the
Imprisonement of Boabdil
- he described the defeat and capture of Boabdil, last Moorish sultan of Granada
The Triumphal Entry of the Catholic
Monarchs into Granda
- relates the triumphant entry of Ferdinand and Isabella, Spain’s “Most Catholic Kings,” into the city of Granada in 1492

- the Entry of the Monarchs is one of the most powerful symbolic moments in Spanish history
- poem of praise to Columbus, the discover of America
Great Solace in Great Misfortune
- a description of the tragic life of
- relates how king John II of Portugal lost
fame and riches by his failure to finance
the projected expedition of Columbus to
the New World
A Farewell Dialogue of the Students
- last poem Rizal wrote in Ateneo
The Departure: Hymn to Magellan’s Fleet
And He is Spanish: El Cano, the first to Circumnavigate the World
‘The Battle: Urbiztondo, Terror of Jolo
The heroism of Columbus
Columbus and John II
Great Solace in Great Misfortune
A Farewell Dialogue of the Students

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