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I. Summary of Noli Me Tangere After Juan Crisostomo Ibarra y Magsalin finished his studies in Europe for seven years, he came back to the Philippines. In his honor, Don Santiago Delos Santos or also known as “Kapitan Tiago,” a family friend, threw a gettogether party, which was attended by friars and other prominent people in their place. One of the guests, Father Damaso (Padre Damaso), belittled and insulted Ibarra. Ibarra ignored the insults that was thrown to him and instead, he politely excused himself and left the party because of an urgent task. Ibarra left the house without saying goodbye to his beloved Maria Clara, the daughter of Kapitan Tiago. The next day, Ibarra visited Maria Clara. They commemorated their childhood memories and their ever-lasting love. Maria Clara reread the letters that she gave to Crisostomo before he went to Europe. Before Ibarra left for San Diego, Lieutenant Guevara, a Civil Guard, uncovered to him the incidents before the death of his father, Don Rafael Ibarra, a rich hacendero of the town. His father was accused of being a heretic. Instead of doing revenge, he decided to carry through his father’s plan of putting up a school, since he believed that education would pave the way to his country’s progress. During another gathering at Tiago’s house, Father Damaso once again insulted Ibarra. Ibarra couldn’t control his temper, so he attempted to kill Father Damaso. But with the help of his one and only love, Maria Clara, she was able to stop him from killing Father Damaso. Because of what happened, Father Damaso and Father Salvi, seeked revenge. The Civil Guards were looking for Ibarra, but he managed to escape with the help of his friend, Elias. While they were escaping, Elias was shot. But Maria Clara assumed that Ibarra was the one who was shot. She lost hope. She asked Damaso to confine her into the nunnery. Damaso reluctantly agreed when she threatened to take her own life.
the love interest of Maria Clara. making Elias the fugitive he is.Also known in his full name as Juan Crisostomo Ibarra y Magsalin.II. and a friend of Ibarra Captain Pablo . . a master boater. Crisostomo changed his surname from Eibarramendia to Ibarra.The leader of the rebels.Ibarra’s mysterious friend. He was referred to at one point as “the pilot. a hater of secular priests and corrupt officials. Father Damaso . and a Filibuster Linares . Son of the deceased Don Rafael Ibarra. also a fugitive.The most powerful official in the Philippines.A close relative of Ibarra. a Filipino who studied in Europe for 7 years.” He wants to revolutionize his country.Also known in his full name as Damaso Verdolagas.The elder son of Sisa. the illegitimate daughter of Father Damaso and Pia Alba Elias . Franciscan friar and Maria Clara’s biological father Don Filipo . Ibarra’s grandfather condemned his grandfather of burning a warehouse. the would-be fiancé of Maria Clara Lieutenant Guevarra . Characters and strengths and weaknesses Crisostomo Ibarra . who went insane after losing her sons Basilio . whose family was destroyed because of the Spanish Sisa .Maria Clara de los Santos.The mother of Basilio and Crispin. from his ancestor’s surname Maria Clara .A distant nephew of Don Tiburcio de Espadana. Ibarra’s sweetheart.
best remembered for her abusive treatment of Sisa Pedro .Hernando de la Sibyla. the known father of Maria Clara but not the real one. lives in Binondo Padre Salvi . He was portrayed as being a pessimist. a secret admirer of Maria Clara The Alferez . he is quite wise. cynic. She has colonial mentality Dona Consolacion .Also known in his full name as Bernardo Salvi.Wife of the Alferez. Dona Victorina .Victorina de los Reyes de De Espadana. mortal enemy of the priests of te power in San Diego.Also known in his fullname as Don Santiago de los Santos.Chief of the Guardia Civil. a Filipino friar. another woman who passes herself as a Peninsular. Don Tiburcio .Spanish husband of Donya Victorina who is limp and submissive to his wife. Captain Tiago . a woman who passes herself off as a Peninsular. He is described as short and has fair skin. and crazy. . he also pretends to be a doctor. but in actuality.Crispin .The younger son of Sisa who died from the punishment from the soldiers from the falso accusation of stealing a large amount of money Padre Sibyla .The abusive husband of Sisa who loves cockfighting Old Tasio -An older man who Ibarra seeks advice from.
. they plan evil things to Crisostomo. Custom/Tradition: Their tradition of marriage. Though sometimes. and Old Tasio. I don’t want to experience all the hardships that our fellow citizens faced during their time. Culture is tackled in this subject. I don’t understand what is the relationship between the Medical Technology course and Sociology-Anthropology. and when Ibarra was affected by all the insults of Father Damaso to his father. I wouldn’t be affected by culture shock. are deeply religious. They are also fond of taking the hands of the elders and putting them on their forehead (Mano) IV. In the play. The examples are during the time when Sisa did not stop looking for her children. Elias. While I was watching the play. Maria Clara was supposed to be Linares’ wife. Crisostomo. but little by little. Cite some scenario about cultural orientation Family system: The Filipinos’ love for their families is well illustrated during the play.III. namely. Religious orientation: I actually find the priests as hypocrites because when they’re alone by themselves. It would help me adjust to different cultures whenever I go to different places. I would be able to understand the different cultures of the world. my mind is becoming more openminded about the culture. As days pass by. Crispin and Basilio. Maria Clara. At first. Don Rafael. they are open to arranged-marriage. I complain about the lifestyle of some Filipinos. The people. I realized that I would rather live today than before. my interest to this subject is growing. Reflection on being a Filipino and CEU student taking up SociologyAnthropology class. and by studying this. their parents agreed to plan an arranged-marriage.