Jose Rizal's Literary talent

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  • 1. JOSE RIZAL’S LITERARY TALENT
  • 2. José Rizal was a very prolific writer from a young age. When he was 7 years old, he wrote a play that was staged during the town fiesta
    At 8 Rizal wrote his renowned poem entitled "Sa AkingMgaKabata"
    During his time in Ateneo and UST he wrote numerous poems, plays, and other literary pieces; he joined contests and emerged as the winner several times
  • 3. As leader of the reform movement of Filipino students in Spain, he contributed essays, allegories, poems, and editorials to the Spanish newspaper La Solidaridad in Barcelona(in this case Rizal used a pen name, Dimasalang and LaongLaan).
    The core of his writings centers on liberal and progressive ideas of individual rights and freedom; specifically, rights for the Filipino people.
  • 4. Rizal’s Famous Novels:
    • Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not )
    • 5. dedicated to the Motherland
    • 6. Published in Berlin, Germany in 1887.
    • 7. El Filibusterismo (Treason)
    • 8. dedicated to GOMBURZA
    • 9. Published in Ghent, Belgium in 1891.
    • 10. Makamisa – 1891 unfinished
  • Rizal’s Famous Poems:
    • Sa AkingMgaKabata
    • 11. first poem, written when he was eight years old, urging love of native language.
    • 12. Mi PrimeraInspiraccion (My First Inspiration)
    • 13. written in Ateneo, dedicated to his mother.
    • 14. A La Juventud Filipina (To The Filipino Youth)
    • 15. won first prize, written at the age of 18 when he was in UST.
    • 16. Ultimo Adios (Last Farewell)
    • 17. written at his death cell in Fort Santiago on the eve of his execution.
  • JOSE RIZAL AS A PROPAGANDIST
  • 18. Rizal was a leader in the Propaganda Movement, contributing numerous articles to its newspaper, La Solidaridad.
    Jose Rizal was recognized as the great novelist of the Propaganda Movement with his books Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.
    He is considered to be the most outstanding Propagandist due to the great impact his novels had done on the development of a Filipino national consciousness.
    Jose Rizal was the Propaganda Movement’s most brilliant figure and his writings had a wide impact in the Philippines.
  • 19. http://carlojoe5.tripod.com/main.html
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/36439010/Propaganda-Movement
    http://countrystudies.us/philippines/10.htm