What is the climax of the story Noli Me Tangere?
Climax: He had already killed Padre Damaso but he was prevented by Maria Clara. B. Instruction: Write the names of the characters in the Noli me Tangere.
What are the main message of Noli and El Fili?
The story of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo gives off a societal message that the citizens should be the leaders of its governing body and not the other way around. That strength lies in the numbers of people who want to change something inappropriate or give voices to those who suffer injustices.
Who was Don Rafael’s son?
Don Rafael later married a member of the Magsalin family. The couple had a son, Crisostomo, whom Rafael sent to Europe to study. Later on, Rafael’s wife died. Years after, Don Rafael was imprisoned for accidentally killing a Spanish tax collector; he soon after died in prison.
What is exposition in the story?
It is the background information on the characters and setting explained at the beginning of the story. The EXPOSITION will often have information about events that happened before the story began. The EXPOSITION is often the very first part of the PLOT.
How does Noli end?
At the end of Noli Me Tangere, Basilio – still a child – is deeply grieved by the loss of his beloved mother, Sisa. It’s in this time that a man who is severely wounded approaches him. The man requests that Basilio build a pyre out of firewood. Then, put him and Sisa on it – setting it on fire.
Why was José Rizal’s annotations of the book Sucesos de las Filipinas important?
By publishing his annotated version of de Morga’s Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas (Events of the Philippine Islands, originally published in 1609), Rizal’s intent was not only to provide the Filipino people their early history, a pre-Spanish history, but to present to them their own authentic culture and identity.
What is the synopsis of El fili?
Juan Crisostomo Ibarra has changed his name and identity to rich jeweler Simoun. In disguise, he travels the world amassing wealth, which he intends to use to topple the corrupt and abusive regime in his native land. But Simoun’s real motive is personal.