Noli Me Tangere

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Noli Me Tangere es el texto m?s c?lebre de Jos? Rizal. Rizal escribi? su novela sobre la sociedad de Filipinas en el siglo XIX en medio de su actividad pol?tica, y pretendi? denunciar los desmanes del gobierno espa?ol y sus instituciones religiosas a trav?s de un relato en el que comparecen las clases sociales imperantes, el amor y la reflexi?n hist?rica.

Jos? Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (19 de junio de 1861, Calamba-30 de diciembre de 1896, Manila), fue patriota, ...

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Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not)

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Noli Me Tangere es el texto más célebre de José Rizal. Rizal escribió su novela sobre la sociedad de Filipinas en el siglo XIX en medio de su actividad política, y pretendió denunciar los desmanes del gobierno español y sus instituciones religiosas a través de un relato en el que comparecen las clases sociales imperantes, el amor y la reflexión histórica.

José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (19 de junio de 1861, Calamba-30 de diciembre de 1896, Manila), fue patriota, médico y hombre de letras inspirador del nacionalismo de su país. Rizal era hijo de un próspero propietario de plantaciones azucareras de origen chino. Su madre, Teodora Alonso, fue una de las mujeres más cultas de su época. La formación de José Rizal transcurrió en el Ateneo de Manila, la Universidad de Santo Tomás de Manila y la de Madrid, donde estudió medicina. Más tarde estudió en París y Heidelberg. Noli me Tangere, su primera novela, fue publicada en 1886, seguida de El Filibusterismo, en 1891. Por entonces editó en Barcelona el periódico La Solidaridad en el que postuló sus tesis políticas Pese a las advertencias de sus amigos, Rizal decidió regresar a su país en 1892. Allí encabezó un movimiento de cambio no violento de la sociedad que fue llamado «La Liga Filipina». Deportado a una isla al sur de Filipinas, fue acusado de sedición en 1896 y ejecutado en público en Manila.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780559183256
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar
  • Publication date: 10/9/2008
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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Jos� Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (19 de junio de 1861, Calamba-30 de diciembre de 1896, Manila), fue patriota, m�dico y hombre de letras inspirador del nacionalismo de su pa�s. Rizal era hijo de un pr�spero propietario de plantaciones azucareras de origen chino. Su madre, Teodora Alonso, fue una de las mujeres m�s cultas de su �poca. La formaci�n de Jos� Rizal transcurri� en el Ateneo de Manila, la Universidad de Santo Tom�s de Manila y la de Madrid, donde estudi� medicina. M�s tarde estudi� en Par�s y Heidelberg. Noli me Tangere, su primera novela, fue publicada en 1886, seguida de El Filibusterismo, en 1891. Por entonces edit� en Barcelona el peri�dico La Solidaridad en el que postul� sus tesis pol�ticas Pese a las advertencias de sus amigos, Rizal decidi� regresar a su pa�s en 1892. All� encabez� un movimiento de cambio no violento de la sociedad que fue llamado �La Liga Filipina�. Deportado a una isla al sur de Filipinas, fue acusado de sedici�n en 1896 y ejecutado en p�blico en Manila.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2011

    Awesome buy for $0.99

    However nowhere in the description does it explain that the book is not translated. I wish i could give it a five star rating but if you want to read you hould be able to read tagalog.

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  • Posted July 11, 2011

    Impressive

    This novel really captivates how the people were treated that time. I think this book is really reflected during the author's time. He had a very detailed plot with stunning dialogue. This book would have so many dangerous content if you lived during the author's time. Learn about him!! His name is Jose Rizal, a martyr of the Philippines. Three stars and a sun! Woohoo!

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  • Posted May 9, 2011

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    I have this in my library

    I first started reading this novel when I was in grade 4. Due to a strong typhoon, we had no school for 2 days and had a long weekend. I had nothing to do, and with no electricity, I was forced to read this to keep myself occupied. I was not aware that it would be the start of my book reading hobby, but most important, my love of Philippine history. I was so touched of the fate of Crispin and Basilio, and embarrassed by the ineptness, ignorance and arrogance, and the complacency of the Filipinos as depicted in the story. If you want to know a Filipino, read this book. Sad to say, it is still so true today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2005

    the best..

    this is the best book of our times... though it is required and very hard to study in high school years ( i bet, every young Filipino will agree), you'll never regret in the end...

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