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to educate herself and retain her good racial

virtues

to live the Christian way with good morals


and manners
Sculptural works in London

Prometheus bound

The triumph of death over life

The triumph of science over death

A composite carving of the heads of the


Beckett sisters

Chapter 14

On board steamer to london, Rizal impressed the


passengers with his yo- yo a wooden disc attached to
a string from the fingers. A toy for Filipino boys but
manipulated as a weapon of offense

Lived in the boarding house of Beckett family at


No.37 Chalcot Crescent Primrose Hill

had a romantic relationship with "gettie" or Gertrude


Beckett

Impressed Dr. Reinhold Rost


a librarian of the
ministry of foreign affairs that he was called " pearl
of a man"

Good news from home


o Fr. Vicente Garcia 's defense of the noli

Bad news from home


o Persecution of Fil. Patriots
o Persecution of the calamba tenants
o Attacks on Rizal
o Exile of Manuel Hidalgo
o arrest and detention of Laureano Viado

Greatest achievement is annotating of Morga's book


Sucesos

Searched for historical materials in Bibliotheque


nationale while in Paris

Become a leader of Filipinos in Europe forming a


society called Asociacion la Solidaridad

Graciano Lopez Jaena founded the patriotic


newspaper la solidaridad - official organ of the
propaganda movement
Aims:

To work peacefully for political and social


reforms

To portray the deplorable condition of the


Philippines

To oppose the evil forces of reaction and


medievialism

To advocate liberal ideas and progress

To champion the legitimate aspirations of the


Filipinos to life,democracy and happiness

while in london he wrote " a letter to the young


women of malolos"
Main points were for Fil. Mothers:

to teach their children love of god, fatherland


and mankind

to offer his son as a defense of the


fatherland

to Preserve her dignity and honor

Chapter 15

While in Paris to attend the universal exposition, Rizal


lived with his friend Valentin Ventura at No. 45 Rue
Maubeuge

Organized the Kidlat club - a social society of


temporary nature to bring together the Filipinos in
Paris

Organization of the club indios bravos as inspired by


the brave american indians
- it replaced the Kidlat
club

Organization of the R.D.L.M society a mysterious


group of the Universal exposition

As a historian searched for historical materials in the


British Museum while in London

Projects conceptualized in Paris but were not pushed


through International Association of Filipinologist &
Filipino College in Hong Kong

Por Telefono a satirical work in defense of another


slanderer Dr. Salvador Font
Chapter 16

Rizal left Paris and moved to Brussels. He lived with


Jose Albert at no 35 Rue Philippe Champagne, owned
by the Jacoby Sisters

While in Brussels he continued his 2 nd novel and


wrote articles for La Solidaridad. These were:

A La Defensa (To La Defensa)

La Verdad Para todos(The Truth for all)

Vicente Barrantes Teatro Tagalo

Una Profanacion (A Profanation)

Verdades Nuevas (New Truths)

Crueldad (Cruelty)

Diferencias(Differences)

Inconsequencias (Inconsequences)

Llanto y Risas (Tears and Laughter)

Ingratitudes(Ingratitudes)

Bad news from home

dispossession of Rizal family of their


lands in Calamba
Deportation of his brother in laws to
Mindoro

Chapter 17

Travel in Madrid to seek justice for his family and


Calamba tenants

Sought the help of the Filipino Colony


Asociacion Hispano Filipino and some liberal Spanish
news papers (La Justicia, El Globo, La Republica, El
Resumen, etc)

Aborted duel with Antonio Luna because of


jealousy to Nellie Bousted

Rizal challenges Wenceslao E. Retana (a Spanish


writer) to a duel because of his article against
Calamba folks in the Anti Filipino Newspaper in
Madrid La Epoca

Lost a gold watch chain with a locket containing


the picture of Leonor Rivera at Teatro Apollo
Chapter 18

Rizal went to Biarritz for a vacation


Had a romance with the younger Bousted sisters
(Nellie) but did not end in marriage because (a) of
difference in religion and (b)opposition of nellies
mother.
Chapter 19 - Ghent

Printing of El Filibusterismo with the help of Basa ,


Sixto Lopez and Valentin Ventura

Noli and Fili compared

Noli is a romantic novel; it is a work of the


heart a book of feeling ; it has freshness, color,
humor, lightness and wit

Fili is a political novel; it is a work of the


head a book of thought; it contains bitterness,hatred,
pain, violence & sorrow

Makamisa title of unfinished novel written in


tagalog
Chapter 20

Two weeks after the publication of Fili, Rizal


went to Hong Kong and lived at No. 5 D Aguilar
street, No. 2 Rednaxala Terrace where he also
opened his medical clinic

Celebrated Christmas with his family

Practiced as an ophthalmic surgeon to earn a


living for himself and his family

Conceptualized the Borneo Colonization


adopt a new name New Kalamba

to

Decided to return to Manila for the following


reasons:

to confer with Gov. Gen. Despujol regarding the


Borneo Colonization project

to establish La Liga Filipina in Manila

to prove that Eduarde de Lete was wrong in


attacking him

Chapter 21

Rizal returned to Manila with sister Lucia

Founded La Liga Filipina (a civic league of Filipinos)

Aims:

to unite the whole archipelago into one compact and


homogenous body

mutual protection in every want and necessity

defense against all violence and injustice

encouragement of education, agriculture and


commerce

Study and application of reforms


Rizal was arrested and brought to Fort Santiago
A few days after his arrest Rizal on board the steamer
Cebu was sent in exile to Dapitan (a remote town in
Mindanao)

Chapter 22

In Dapitan, Jose Rizal lived in the house of Captain


Carnicero

Challenged a Frenchman to a duel because of his


unsavory remarks against him. The Frenchman
apologized.
Rizal a gentleman and well versed in
pundonor(Hispanic Chivalric code) accepted the apology

Practiced medicine particularly as an eye specialist

Don Ignacio Tumarong was one rich Filipino patient


from Hong Kong who was able to see again.

Constructed a system of water work to furnish clean


water for the people

Contributions to science

Riding his Baroto (Sailboat) he explored the jungles


and coast seeking for specimens

Discovered rare specimens named in his honor


Draco rizali flying dragon
Apogonia rizali a small beetle
Rhacophorus rizali a rare frog

Continued his study of languages

Continued his artistic pursuits

Made sketches of person and things


Drew rare species of animal life
Had sketches of numerous fishes
Modeled a statuette representing the mother-dog
killing a
crocodile and called it The Mothers
Revenge

Rizal introduced modern methods of agriculture which he


had observed in Europe and America

As an inventor he invented a cigarette lighter made of


wood called sulpukan

Rizal met Josephine Bracken, an Irish girl living in


Hong Kong and adopted by Mr. Taufer(eye patient),
and fell in love with her

Fr. Obach refused to marry them without permission


of the Bishop of Cebu but the couple continued
their affair.

Josephine got pregnant but gave birth prematurely to


an eight month baby who lived only for 3 hours.
He named his son Francisco.

Outburst of the secret revolutionary society


Katipunan headed by Andres Bonifacio (the Great
Plebeian). With meetings held at a little river
Bitukang Manok

(1)Martin Constantino (8)Ambrosio Salvador


(2)Aguedo del Rosario (9)Pedro Serrano Laktaw
(3)Jose Reyes
(10)Dr. Pio Valenzuela
(4)Moises Salvador
(11)Antonio Salazar
(5)Jose Dizon
(12)Francisco Quison
(6)Domingo Franco
(13)Timoteo Paez
(7)Deodato Arellano
Rizal chose Lt. Luis Taviel de Andrade to be his defender
in court
The court martial of Rizal started in the military building
called Cuartel de Espana , where he was accused of
three crimes (1)rebellion ,(2) sedition and (3) illegal
association
Gov. General Polavieja signed the decision of the court
martial and ordered Rizal to be shot 7:00 o clock in the
morning of December 30, 1896 at Bagumbayan.
Before he died he wrote an untitled poem which was
given the title ultimo Adios by the Rizalistas.

Prepared by:
MJ Aranda 11

Chapter 23

After 4 years of exile in Dapitan , Rizal decided to return


to Europe
While waiting for the next steamer heading to Spain he
stayed in the cruiser Castilla. The Katipunan plot to
overthrow Spanish rule was discovered by Fray Mariano
Gil, an agustinian cura of Tondo

Boarding the steamer Isla de Panay, Rizal continued his


journey to Spain.

Unknown to Rizal, Gov. Gen. Blanco was secretly


conspiring with the Ministers of War and the Colonies for
his downfall. A few hours before reaching Barcelona he
was held prisoner in his cabin.

Rizal was imprisoned at Monich then brought to the


headquarters of Gov. Gen. Despujol where it was decided
to ship him back to Manila on the transport ship Colon
Chapter 24 & 25

On board Colon heading to Manila , Rizals Diary (a


written account of his daily activities)was confiscated.

Appeared in court before Judge advocate Col. Francisco


Olive, where he was presented with :
a)Documentary evidence consisting of 15 exhibits
b)Testimonial evidences consisted of oral testimonies
by

JOSE RIZAL
CHAPTER SUMMARY
Chapter 13

Boarded steamer Belgic to San Francisco


Passengers were not allowed to land due to health
reason
- widespread cholera epidemic in the far
east
Ship was placed under quarantine which is politicalyy
motivated because Chinese coolies were on board
the steamer.
Chinese coolies were displacing white laborers
Toured different cities - San Francisco - OaklandReno (biggest little city in the world)-Ogden-DenverColorado-Nebraska-Chicago-Albany - New York
Left new York to Liverpool on board city of Rome
( the second largest ship in the world
impression of America
o Good

Matters all progress of the country

Drive and energy of the people

High standard of living

Natural beauty of the land

Opportunities for a better life


o Bad

Lack of racial equality


"America is the land par excellence of freedom but
only for the whites"