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  • 1.  After finishing his studies in Madrid, Rizal decided to leave the Spanish capital and move to France and Germany.  His decision to migrate into this two countries was due to his desire to specialized in ophthalmology  His preference for ophthalmology ad a specialization in medicine was prompted to by his desire to cure the eye ailment of his mother.  He continued his observations of the government and laws, as well as the custom and traditions of France and Germany.
  • 2.  Rizal was 24 years old and full-pledged surgeon, when he migrate to Paris.  Before Paris, he went to Barcelona, Spain to visit Maximo Viola, a medical student from San Miguel Bulacan and they agreed to have grand tour of Europe.
  • 3.  He worked as an assistant at the eye clinic of Dr. Louis de Wecker, for four months and learned the ff:  the actual performance of eye operation;  recent studies on the ailment of the eyes; the various techniques of eye operation.
  • 4.  Rizal took time to visit his fellow Filipinos in the city.  He frequented the residences of Felix R. Hidalgo Pardo de Tavera Juan Luna
  • 5.  He stayed to Juan Luna in the latter studio in Paris.  He became Luna's model in two of his historical canvasses: The Blood Compact and Death of Cleopatra.  Before Leaving the city, he completed one- fourth of this first novel Noli Me Tangere.
  • 6.  Rizal left Paris for Germany.  He left Paris due to its high cost of living, which he could not cope with.  He arrived Heidelberg, the university town of Germany on February 3, 1886.  He resided in a German boarding house.  He decided to transfer to a boarding house close to the University of Heidelberg.
  • 7.  He was privileged to work at the eye hospital of the university, under the tutelage of Dr. Otto Becker.  In this University town, he perfected the techniques of diagnosing eye ailments which he learned under Dr. Louis de Wecker.  He wrote letters to his sisters, Maria and Trinidad.  Rizal described the German student as affectionate, respectful, modest, and not boastful.  Rizal described women as tall, stout, and blonde.
  • 8.  serious  studios  simple  industrious  not afraid of men  concerned about education
  • 9.  Rizal visited the different scenic spots of Heidelberg on weekends. Neckar River
  • 10.  This scenery inspired Rizal to write a poem entitle " A Las Flores de Heidelberg (To the Flowers of Heidelberg) ".  A poem of two of the greatest loves of man on earth.  It is a poem remembrance and a poem of the motherland.
  • 11. Summer Vacation at Wilhelmsfeld  Wilhemsfeld is a mountainous village at Heidelberg.  He met Dr. Luis D. Wecker - a pastor of the vicarage of Wilhemsfeld.
  • 12.  He returned to Heidelberg on June 2, 1886 remembering the hospitality and frienship accorded to him by Ulmers.  He appreciated so much from his stay in thr German village-- the religious tolerance the people practice in the area.  He observed Pastor Ulmer being able to get along well with the Catholic priest.
  • 13. Rizal to Leipzig and DresdenRizal to Leipzig and Dresden LEIPZIG ➔ He arrived in Leipzig on August 14, 18986, on board a train. ➔ Part of his activities in this city was attendeance at the lectures given by German proffesors in history and psychology.
  • 14. ➔ He came to know Prof. Friedrich Ratzel Dr. Hans Meyer ➔ He translated Schiller's William Tell into Tagalog. ➔ He worked as a proofreader in a publishing company to augment his allowance. ➔ He stayed in the city for two months.
  • 15. ➔ He left Leipzig on October 29, 1886 and went to Dresden. Dresden ➔ He met Dr. Adolph Meyer, the Director of Anthropological and Ethnological Musuem of the city. ➔ After 3 day visit, He left Dresden for Berlin by train.
  • 16. RIZAL IN BERLINRIZAL IN BERLIN ➔ He arrived in the evening of November 1, 1886. ➔ He went due to the following reason: ✔ To further enhance his knowledge of ophthamology; ✔ To supplement his studies of languages and sciences; ✔ To study and observe the political and economic conditions of Germany; ✔ To join the circle of famous German scientists and scholars; and ✔ To complete and publish his novel, Noli Me Tangere
  • 17. ➔ He meet in person Dr. Feodor Jagor, the author of the book Travels in the Philippines. ➔ His admiration of this book was due to two reasons: ✔ It predicted the collapse of the Spanish regime in the Philippines ✔ It prophesied the coming of the Americans into the Philippines
  • 18. ➔ His acquaintance with Dr. Jagor, through a letter of introduction from Ferdinand Blumentritt, resulted into his friendship with numerous German intellectuals, like the following: ✔ Dr. rudolf Virchow - a German anthropologist ✔ Dr. Hans Virchow - a German professor of Descripitive Anatomy ✔ Dr. W. Joest - a famous German geographer ✔ Dr. Karl Ernest Schweigger - a noted German ophthamologist
  • 19. ➔ He was accepted as member of the following societies in Berlin: ✔ Anthropological Society ✔ Ethnilogical Society ✔ Geographical Society ➔ He presented a paper in German entitled Tagalische Verkunst (Tagalog Metrical Art) to the Ethnographic Society of Berlin. ➔ Life of Berlin was not easy for him. ➔ In the morning, he worked as an assistant in Dr. Schweigger's clinic. ➔ He attended lectures at the University of Berlin in the evening.
  • 20. ➔ At his boarding house, he continued his physical trimming exercises and practice in speaking German, French, and Italian languages. ➔ Before resting in the evening, he took time writing and completing his first novel. ➔ He was exposed to a lot of enriching experiences in Berlin, there was a time that he found himself penniless. ➔ This happened from November 1886 to May 1887. ➔ In order to eat, he had to pawn the diamond ring given by his sister Saturnina and sell his books to second-hand bookstores. ➔ Devoid of proper nutrition, he got sick with coughs and colds, sign of tuberculosis. ➔ Penniless of Berlin, he thought of burning the manuscript of his first novel, which he hed complete.
  • 21. Thank you &

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