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El Filibusterismo

El Filibusterismo (lit. Spanish for The Filibustering ), also known by its English alternate title The Reign of Greed, is the second novel written by Philippine National Hero José Rizal.

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Reading El Filibusterismo. Getting ready for my report next week. 📒📓✏
What's your favorite phrase in a foreign language? — El filibusterismo.
".. a life which is not dedicated to a great idea is useless...". - Simoun (C. Ibarra), El Filibusterismo
Finally finished my El Filibusterismo (1% done) . Oh yeah. Good night 😘
Senator Claro M. Recto became quite controversial in 1956. Manila Archbishop Rufino Santos and other groups like the Knights of Columbus, Catholic Action of the Philippines, Congregation of the Mission and Catholic Teachers Guild were up in arms against this man. He was accused as a heretic and a communist. The reason is because he authored the Rizal Bill, which made it compulsory for high school and college student to learn about the life of Rizal, his writings and the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. The Rizal Bill became Republic Act 1425, also known as the Rizal Law. Because of this man, the memory of Rizal and his works remain alive in many Filipinos. (National Historical Commission of the Philippines)
Mainstream na ang wattpad FSofG SDG(ewe) at Fault in Our Stars. Back to the good'ol days. — reading El filibusterismo
I don't know how to start Reading my "El Filibusterismo Book" =…=
I always feel satisfied after reading a chapter of El Filibusterismo.
I like reading el filibusterismo tbh aha
Reads out El Filibusterismo in the distance.
I like Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo when they're in English.
"Liberty is to man what education is to the mind." - Isagani in Jose Rizal's El Filibusterismo (via...
The youth is the hope of our future. Jose Rizal (June 19,1861) Rizal can be classed as a universal genius. He dedicated himself to the education of his countrymen. In pursuit of this task, he mastered languages, wrote poetry, and investigated many scientific fields outside of his formal training as an ophthalmic surgeon. He travelled widely, wrote extensively on many subjects, and even translated Friedrich Schiller's Wilhelm Tell and Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales into Tagalog, a native language of the Philippines. His crowning achievement would be the two novels that he wrote while in Europe. These Spanish texts, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, would unleash a series of incidents which would overthrow Spanish occupation, and lead to the recognition of the Philippines as a nation. However, the singular act of Rizal that gave birth to this new nation, was his martyred death. Happy Birthday to our National Hero!
I have too many ideas/concept stories na pwedeng gawing epic period films. 1. The Other Rizal -- life ni Jose Rizal and his brother Paciano-- would it be great to show the contrast-- the other brother simple lang na nagsa sacrifice to make the other one grand and well celebrated. 2. Miss Manila- living the vida ala Imelda--- yong mala Cinderella transformation , Nakatira lang sa garahe , her struggles and pursuit of the "beautiful" life then ang bonggang lifestyle sa Malacanang and after. 3. Iyo ang Tundo, Akin ang Cavite (The Tale of Two Heroes), contrast lives of Andres and Emilio , tapos yong anong nangyari ng sila a nag meet. 4. Noli Me Tangere/El Filibusterismo , the Musicals. Modern/Contemporary musical interpretation of Rizal's novels. Imagine sa El Fili - sa airport ang scene then andon ang mga characters with a difference between economy and biz class lounges tapos Simon, the mysterious CEO of a magnate company ( he took over) eh dumarating (ala Nicolas Cage sa Face-off airplane scene) with the . ...
Happy born day to the novelist, Jose Rizal. For more than a hundred years, your books -- Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo -- resonated and continue to resonate with the people who were the subject/object of your writing. And wondrous thing of all, they were written in Spanish. There's a lesson in there.
Today,. we celebrate the birthday of our National Hero, Dr.Jose P. Rizal. He is the Great Malayan. He used his pen , not force, to revolt against the Spanish oppression by writing his two famous books namely: "Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo."
Reading Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo's synopsis cause I can't read the whole novels 😂👊
As pretentious as I may sound, I do mean it when I say that Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo by Jose Rizal are great literary works.
El Filibusterismo is the second novel written by Jose Rizal. It also serves as the sequel to his novel Noli Me Tangere. It's a book about revenge, manipulation, deception and greed to name a few.
Proud to say that I've read Jose Rizal's Noli Me Tangere & El Filibusterismo down to the very last word.
Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Rizal completed his first novel Noli Me Tangere and was…
"Why must one read Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo from cover to cover? How relevant are they now?" OMG R U SRS
Still not getting the idea of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. It's been years. But still. Nothing.
December 30 is the death anniversary of our very own Philippine National Hero, Dr.Jose Rizal. That was yesterday. He was executed at the age of 35 under the Spanish Regime. My 2 favorite well-known books by Rizal were required to read in high schools , the Noli Me Tangere & El Filibusterismo novels. In my time, these 2 books were allowed & a must to read in Filipino subject to schools not run by the Spanish priests or nuns. Now, I don't know if they have changed, or ?
The glory of saving a country is not for him who has contributed to its ruin. (El Filibusterismo) jose p. rizal.
How could Jose Rizal have written such harsh words against the Revolution and its leaders when that revolution was the supreme expression of a national consciousness that he himself had done so much to nurture through his novel Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo?
Commentary Rizal’s curt advice By MANUEL F. ALMARIO Philippine Daily Inquirer 9:05 pm | Sunday, December 29th, 2013 Great men of history are usually remembered for what they can teach even though they may have lived long in the past. Thus, we recall what Socrates and Aristotle said thousands of years ago for the lessons they give on politics and morality. The Philippines has its own great men, foremost among them Jose Rizal, whose martyrdom we commemorate every Dec. 30. What can he teach us regarding our most urgent problem today—a stagnant economy and its consequence, abject poverty? Rizal is more widely known for his fight for the equality and freedom of Filipinos. But what were his views on economics? In his two novels, “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo,” he dramatized the injustices of Spanish colonial rule through the travails of their characters. Sisa, the unfortunate mother of two children brutalized by a Church deacon, was the very snapshot of poverty. In a brief scene in the ...
Rizal Day before end of the year. Let celebrate 117th Rizal Day. The man who fought for our freedom thru his books. Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Our National Hero.
(INFOcus) Rizal Day is celebrated to give tribute to the life & works of Jose Rizal. He was a doctor, an artist, a novelist & linguist. His 2 novels, Noli Me Tangere & El Filibusterismo, gave birth to the Katipunan Revolution. Through this, he was suspected as the leader of the revolutionary movement & was then executed on Dec. 30, 1896 on Bagumbayan.
Rizal Day is a Philippine National Holiday commemorating the life and works of José Rizal, one of the Philippines' National Heroes. It is celebrated every December 30, the day of Rizal's execution at Bagumbayan, now known as Rizal Park, in 1896. Rizal Day was first instituted with a decree from President Emilio Aguinaldo dated December 30, 1898 as a national day of mourning for Rizal and all victims of the Spanish government during their rule in the Philippines.Daet, Camarines Norte was the first town to follow the decree, building a monument designed by Lt. Col. Antonio Sanz, led by Sanz and Lt. Col. Ildefonso Alegre, and financed by the townfolk at Camarines Norte and the rest of the Bicol Region. Finished on February 1899, the three-tiered stone pylon inscribing Rizal's novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, and Morga, for Antonio de Morga, author of Sucesos de las islas Filipinas, a book about the early days of the Spanish colonization in the Philippines.
For me, the movie Isang Araw is the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo of our time, depicting anomalies and injustices of the country. Grabe, comedy, drama, action, Biblical values, the best!
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I never liked El Filibusterismo but I loved Noli Me Tangere back in High School.
How I wish I have time machine, so I could go back in time when Jose Rizal write his Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.👌📚
DAVAO CITY- “The Moises Padilla Story.” A 1961 film by celebrated Filipino film director Gerardo de Leon will open the 9th Mindanao Film Festival today (Dec. 4) Gaisano Mall Cinema 6 at around 8 p.m.   The film which stars then matinee idol Leopoldo Salcedo and action star Joseph Estrada tells the true-to-life story of Moises Padilla, a political underdog  who fought against the tyrannical rule of a powerful governor in 1950s *** The film was chosen as the country’s entry to Best Foreign Language Film category at the 34th Academy Awards (Oscar’s). The film screening brought upon by the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Committee on Cinema is a tribute to the centenary of the renowned film director who also directed classics such as Noli Me Tangere (1961), Sawa sa Lumang Simboryo (1955) and El Filibusterismo (1962).   He also directed American B-movies cult classics such as Brides of Blood and Women in Cages and was cited as one of the influences of maverick film direct ...
TRIVIA: Makamisa, or After Mass in English, is the title of Rizal's third novel following the El Filibusterismo. It is an unfinished book consisting only of 10 pages but still unfinished. In the After Mass Novel of Mac Belenzo, Makamisa was revealed to be a complete book hidden in the dungeons of Fort Santiago. The book talks about Freemasonry and the existence of the Ancient society in the Philippines called IL Secularis who attacked the Catholic churches in Intramuros by planting different bombs in it. In the After Mass, it also happened in the modern times, but before they knew that it also happened in Rizal's Makamisa, they've already saved the landmarks but not the victims.
RIZAL OR BONIFACIO? House Bill No.3431 was recently filed declaring Andres Bonifacio as the National Hero instead of Dr. Jose Rizal. Rizal advocated peace and education and used his writings to bring reform [to convince the Filipinos that the Philippines should be recognized as one of the provinces of Spain]. Bonifacio advocated armed revolution after that their publication office [La Liga Filipina office/publishing house] was raided and disbanded by the Spaniards. He founded the Katipunan to revolt against the Spanish colonization that led to Philippine independence. Not finishing his normal education, Bonifacio was self-educated. He read books about the French Revolution, biographies of the Presidents of the United States, books about contemporary Philippine penal and civil codes, and novels such as Victor Hugo's Les Misérables, Eugène Sue's Le Juif errant and José Rizal's Noli Me Tángere and El Filibusterismo. Aside from Tagalog and Spanish, he could speak a little English, which he learned while w ...
Mabini was born on July 22, 1864 in Barangay Talaga in Tanauan, Batangas.[1] He was the second of eight children of Dionisia Maranan, a vendor in the Tanauan market, and Inocencio Mabini, an unlettered peasant.[2] Mabini began informal studies under the guidance of Maestro Agustin Santiesteban III, who was his Mentor from Davao and his mother . Because he demonstrated uncommon intelligence, he was transferred to a regular school owned by Simplicio Avelino, where he worked as a houseboy, and also took odd jobs from a local tailor - all in exchange for free board and lodging. He later transferred to a school conducted by the Fray Valerio Malabanan, whose fame as an educator merited a mention in José Rizal's novel El Filibusterismo.[1][2] In 1881 Mabini received a scholarship to go to the Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Manila. An anecdote about his stay there says that a professor there decided to pick on him because his shabby clothing clearly showed he was poor. Mabini amazed the professor by answering ...
Today in Philippine History, February 8, 1890, Claro M. Recto was born in Tiaong, Tayabas Posted on Tuesday February 07, 2012 22:51:35 UTC (about a year ago) . Filed under Day in Philippine History category Claro M. Recto Claro M. Recto On February 8, 1890, Claro M. Recto, a noted lawyer, Congressman, Senator, nationalist statesman and regarded as the Father of the 1935 Constitution, was born in Tiaong, Tayabas (now Quezon province) to Don Claro Recto, Sr. of Rosario Batangas and Doña Micaela Mayo of Lipa. Recto presided over the 1934 Constitutional Convention that produced the 1935 Constitution, which was in accordance with the Tydings-McDuffie Law. The new Constitution provided for three separate and co-equal branches of the government, the executive, the legislative, and the judicial. Recto as president of the convention personally presented the Commonwealth Constitution to President Roosevelt for his approval and signature. Recto sponsored the Rizal Bill, providing for a compulsory reading in high sc ...
Why Study Rizal? It is of great importance that students understand the rationale behind having to take up a Rizal course in college. For high school students, the Noli Me Tangere and the El Filibusterismo are injected into the Filipino subject as part of the overall curriculum. In tertiary education, however, Rizal is a subject required of any course, in any college or university in the Philippines. Usually, during the first day of the course, the professor asks the well-overused questions: Why study Rizal? What is the importance of studying Rizal? Why is Rizal one of the minor subjects taken up in college? Why is Rizal included in the course outline? What relevance does Rizal have in college education? The answer to such questions can be summed up in two points: 1. First and foremost, because it is mandated by law. 2. Secondly, because of the lessons contained within the course itself. Let us discuss those reasons one by one: WHY STUDY RIZAL: BECAUSE IT IS MANDATED BY LAW The teaching of Jose Rizal .. ...
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REPOST FROM THIS MORNING: WHAT KIND OF GOVERNMENT DOES THE PHILIPPINES NEED? Last night I read a news feed from the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) ranting on the ulterior motives of the USA in giving substantial help to the typhoon-ravaged areas of the Philippines. This got me to thinking: What kind of government does the Philippines actually, really need? Is it the communist system of governance? The CPP has for a long time been vying to get the upper hand in the Philippines. For obvious reasons, it has been deemed an illegal party back home - the reason why it has been operating mostly in the boondoocks though there possibly are camouflaged individuals and networks in mainstream society or even in the government. Before the Spanish conquistadores came, the Philippine Islands had a system that was capable of handling governance of Philippine society. The fact that Lapulapu was able to decapitate Magellan on Mactan's shore is just one tiny proof of that reality. In so many ways, the many ills in ...
Is there a book more scathing in its mockery than El Filibusterismo? I search my memory but I find none.
English and El filibusterismo review while eating my favorite choco-coated mallows ❤❤
The primary peoples of the Philippine archipelago were the Negrito, proto-Malay, and Malay peoples. The Negritos are believed to have journeyed to the Philippines by land bridges some 30,000 years ago from Borneo, Sumatra, and Malaya, during the last ice age. Later migrations were by water and took place over several thousand years. The Malayans followed in successive waves. These people belonged to a prehistoric age of Malayan culture, which has in fact survived to this day among certain groups such as the Igorots. The Malayan tribes that came later had more highly developed material cultures. The social and political organization of the population in the widely scattered islands evolved into a generally common pattern. Only the permanent-field rice farmers of northern Luzon had any notion of territoriality. The basic unit of settlement was the barangay, formerly a kinship group headed by a datu (chief). Within the barangay (Malay term for boat; also came to be used for the communal settlements establish ...
Reading Chapter 7 of El Filibusterismo. I feel really guilty now
Watched El Filibusterismo yesterday! Really enjoyed every single second of it! Hehe, such an amazing play. :)
Forced to read 3 chapters of El Filibusterismo
how can i read El Filibusterismo if i cant even understand it!?!?!
Watched El Filibusterismo this morning at the AFP theater! Awesome story, amazing play. A++ 😋
Do not forget those who have fallen throughout the night - Elias in El Filibusterismo.. THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW..
The Count of Monte Christo is pretty much like El Filibusterismo.
Off to AFP to watch el filibusterismo with the sen1ors!!
El Filibusterismo play today at SM Southmall! So excited to watch it just because I like watching plays. 👌
Ohh we read these books by Jose Rizal tho el filibusterismo, mi ultimo adios and noli mi tangere and THOSE BOOKS WERE... REALLY..
Will watch a theater play of El filibusterismo tomorrow.
Watched the stage play, El Filibusterismo, earlier. :) I had fun! :")
Watch Slash like you've never seen him before in a revolutionary play about a revolution that never happened... El Filibusterismo
Just got home from watching El Filibusterismo. I may or may not have cried my eyes out.
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Sometimes I am inclined to believe that we need to implement the Simon solution propounded in the book "El Filibusterismo".
AFP theater for El Filibusterismo 7:30.see you guys... =)
Tried to read El Filibusterismo a bajillion times, but no. It's just too hard to understand!! :/
Having to read 10 chapters of El Filibusterismo makes me want to stab myself
DR. JOSE P. RIZAL Rizal was initiated November 15, 1890, Lodge Solidaridad No. 53, Madrid, Spain. Affiliated on February 16, 1892, Grand Orient of France. Worshipful Master, 1892, Nilad Lodge No. 144, Philippines. Master, Lakandula Lodge of Perfection in Manila. Rizal Consistory was named after him. He was a devoted Mason, and, together with Marcelo H. del Pilar and other active Filipino Masons abroad, worked judiciously hard for the successful implantation of the seeds of Freemasonry in Philippine soil. For his two books, "Noli Me Tangere" and "El Filibusterismo", through which he denounced and exposed fearlessly the abuses and corruption of the friars and the Spanish officials in the Philippines.
“O, in the solitude of those mountains I feel free, free as the air, like a light blasting unharnessed through space. A thousand cities, a thousand palaces I would give just for a corner of the Philippines where far away from man I could feel truly free!” ― José Rizal, El Filibusterismo
Done reading the eighteenth chapter of El Filibusterismo.
30 years ago Christians in the Philippines was 20% but now 2013 is 19%. Meaning the efforts of Christian to evangelize the Philippines was diminished. There are churches who claimed that they have church growth but in reality they have transferred growth. What do you think? Jose Rizal was owe hero and there are two famous novel he made. Noli me tangre and El Filibusterismo. Noli Me Tangre is about the wrong use of religion in conquering the Philippines. El Filibusterismo is about the laziness of the Filipinos. What you think?
Will be saying only a few sentences in our El Filibusterismo play.
I just realized that Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo are quite worth reading.
José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda[6][7] (June 19, 1861 – December 30, 1896), was a Filipino nationalist, writer[8] and revolutionary. He is widely considered the greatest National Hero of the Philippines.[9] He was the author of Noli Me Tángere, El Filibusterismo and a number of poems and essays. He was executed on December 30, 1896.
I have two hours to catch up to the kids that had 2(ish) years to study Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Struggles of studying abroad
on a scale of 1 to El Filibusterismo how deep is your tagalog
Finally bought myself an English copy of El Filibusterismo. O u O
--- 15 INTERESTING THINGS MOST FILIPINOS DON'T KNOW ABOUT DR. Jose Rizal --- They say that swords and bolos are the sharpest weapons for battle but Jose Rizal sharpened his pencil and inked his quill for Filipinos to have equal rights. Every Filipinos know him as the Philippine National Hero. The novelist who died because of nationalism. But there are things that most Filipinos don’t know about him especially during his exile in Dapitan. It wasn’t easy living in a historical place. Indeed, one would feel proud that he’s living in a place like that but I didn’t feel that way before. It wasn’t that easy. Back in grade school and in high school, I would spend a lot of time reviewing history subjects for quiz bees especially when it comes to the autobiography of Jose Rizal. When I was in my sixth grade, I spent a whole summer attending summer classes about Rizal for an upcoming quiz bee later that school year. During leisure times in high school when I would climb theIlihan Hill which used to be a w ...
The Essence of God By: Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy apollo-c-quiboloyMany people in the world today are serving a God they do not know. Imagine you’re serving a God whom you do not know? What you have received are teachings about God that have been handed down to you. You are also going to hand it down to the next generation and all of these are under the deceptive spirit of Satan Lucifer the devil. He put a veil on your face so you would not be able to know the truth. When your physical body leaves this world and you face up to your reality, you’ll discover that everything you have done is in vain. The Almighty Father has sent His Appointed Son in these last days as His covenant of compassion and love for all humankind, for the Son will deliver man from the deception of darkness. The Son will also enlighten your mind. Now, I’ll ask you a question: How many gods are there? Do I belong to a denomination called ‘Oneness’? There is no denomination here in the Kingdom. All things that are being taught ...
by any chance, who has Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo in Spanish? -_-
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First meeting of the cast of El Filibusterismo
I should've read Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo when I was in high school! Kahit Mi Ultimo Adios! I'm a little worried with PI 100... Does anyone have copies I can borrow? Preferably Almario... Thanks :)
Noli Me Tángere (Touch me Not / Don't touch me) is a novel written by José Rizal, the National Hero of the Philippines, during the colonization of the country by Spain to expose the inequities of the Spanish Catholic priests and the ruling government. The title, in Latin meaning Touch me not, refers to John 20:17 in the Bible (King James Version) as Mary Magdalene tried to touch the newly risen Jesus, He said "Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father."[1] Early English translations of the novel used titles like An Eagle Flight (1900) and The Social Cancer (1912), disregarding the symbolism of the title, but the more recent translations were published using the original Latin title. It has also been noted by French writer D. Blumentritt that “Noli Me Tangere” was a name used by ophthalmologists for cancer of the eyelids. That as an ophthalmologist himself Rizal was influenced by this fact is suggested in his dedication, “To My Country”. Originally written in Spanish, the book is more ...
Cnong may libro ng Noli Me Tangere at el filibusterismo
Words not swords What good in going to wage Mindanao war with civilian deaths and property destructions, when the government used taxes of the people to buy bullets and strengthen its defence capability against all the enemies of the state? To put it mildly; the war in Mindanao has been a lucrative business for the Philippine government to justify its acceptance of military aid from the Allied nations like USA at the expense of lives and properties of the people. Will the armed groups in Mindanao win the war using bullets instead of words? We ask anyone who knew little about history and they’ll tell you most of our hereos who fought dictatorship or colonialism did not use guns but words. Dr. Jose Rizal became the National Hero because of his disapproval of using guns during the revolution and the spaniards were deeply hurt by his books Noli Mi Tangere and El Filibusterismo. I also remember Senator Ninoy Aquino who said “ when we use guns against Mr. Marcos, we are giving him the justification to kill ...
Photo: El Filibusterismo (The Subversives) by Dr. Jose Rizal in graphic novel form designed for school...
you should. the whole plot is cool. well-written indeed. Jose Rizal is brilliant. Don't forget El Filibusterismo ;)
Sir Derain was so brilliant that he made me want to read Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo again 🙊🎉
DID YOU KNOW THAT... Jose Rizal is known for his two novels Noli Mi Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Both books...
I was hooked to Noli Me Tangere when I was in junior hi and got even more hooked to El Filibusterismo in senior hi. Favorite Loveteam: Basilio-Paulita Favorite El Fili Chapter: Ang Mitsa. Favorite Villain: Padre Damaso Favorite Sidekick: Elias Favorite Character: Crisostomo Ibarra/ Simoun Hats off, Gat Jose Rizal!
But some elders point to Rizal's famous novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, as their counterparts of the Bible.
"The vessel must be shaken or broken to release the perfume, the stone must be struck to raise a spark." - Jose Rizal, El Filibusterismo
I just bought: 'El Filibusterismo' by Jose Rizal via
I want to watch a play or movie about " Noli Me Tangere " & " El Filibusterismo " D:
"Why independence if the slaves of today will be the tyrants of tomorrow?" -Jose Rizal, El Filibusterismo
Visitors to the Oslo Public Library in Norway can now learn more about National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal after maunscripts of his works "Noli Me Tangere" and "El Filibusterismo" were donated to the institution.
Religious leaders who keep trying to influence the government should read Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo again lest they forget.
Manila Bulletin Bldg Muralla cor Recoletos St.Intramuros,Manila; National Capital Region; November 20, 2012 Manuel Amalilio, Headl Manager Manila bulletin Dear Mr. Amalilio, With reference to the advertisement in the IBC5 on September 11, 2012, I am writing to apply for the position of a writer in Manila Bulletin My professional training at the university requires adaptability and creative use of the resources available to produce news story in the business world. Working as a student researcher during the last semester has further expanded my skills in writing news stories and more importantly, my ability to work independently. I feel, therefore, that I have not only the experience that you are looking for, but a number of other invaluable skills which would benefit me in this position. ACCOMPLISHMENTS/WORKS: -An artist who dabbled in painting, sketching, sculpting and woodcarving. - prolific poet, essayist, and novelist -wrote the famous novels, namely Noli Me Tangere and its sequel, El Filibusterismo. ...
what do you expect. Seems you did not read the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.
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