Disfruta de millones de libros electrónicos, audiolibros, revistas y más con una prueba gratuita

A solo $11.99/mes después de la prueba. Puedes cancelar cuando quieras.

Noli Me Tangere
Noli Me Tangere
Noli Me Tangere
Libro electrónico631 páginas8 horas

Noli Me Tangere

Calificación: 3 de 5 estrellas

3/5

()

Leer la vista previa

Información de este libro electrónico

Crisóstomo Ibarra, el hijo mestizo del recién fallecido Don Rafael Ibarra, regresa a San Diego en Laguna después de siete años de estudios en Europa. Kapitán Tiago, un amigo de la familia, le invita a pasar su primera noche en Manila, donde Tiago organiza una fiesta de reunión en su casa junto al río en la calle Anloague. Crisóstomo obliga. En la cena se encuentra con viejos amigos, la alta sociedad de Manila y el padre Dámaso, antiguo coadjutor de San Diego en el momento en que Ibarra se fue a Europa. Dámaso trata a Crisóstomo con hostilidad, sorprendiendo al joven que siempre vio al fraile como un amigo de la familia.
IdiomaEspañol
Fecha de lanzamiento5 abr 2021
ISBN9781787362901
Noli Me Tangere
Leer la vista previa
Autor

Jose Rizal

José Rizal (1861-1896) was a Filipino poet, novelist, sculptor, painter, and national hero. Born in Calamba, Rizal was raised in a mestizo family of eleven children who lived and worked on a farm owned by Dominican friars. As a boy, he excelled in school and won several poetry contests. At the University of Santo Tomas, he studied philosophy and law before devoting himself to ophthalmology upon hearing of his mother’s blindness. In 1882, he traveled to Madrid to study medicine before moving to Germany, where he gave lectures on Tagalog. In Heidelberg, while working with pioneering ophthalmologist Otto Becker, Rizal finished writing his novel Touch Me Not (1887). Now considered a national epic alongside its sequel The Reign of Greed (1891), Touch Me Not is a semi-autobiographical novel that critiques the actions of the Catholic Church and Spanish Empire in his native Philippines. In 1892, he returned to Manila and founded La Liga Filipina, a secret organization dedicated to social reform. Later that year, he was deported to Zamboanga province, where he built a school, hospital, and water supply system. During this time, the Katipunan, a movement for liberation from Spanish rule, began to take shape in Manila, eventually resulting in the Philippine Revolution in 1896. For his writing against colonialism and association with active members of Katipunan, Rizal was arrested while traveling to Cuba via Spain. On December 30, 1896, he was executed by firing squad on the outskirts of Manila and buried in an unmarked grave.

Lee más de Jose Rizal

Relacionado con Noli Me Tangere

Libros electrónicos relacionados

Artículos relacionados