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    Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda was born on June 19, 1861 in Calamba, Philippines. His father was a wealthy farmer who rented land from the Dominican Friars.2 Jose Rizal was first educated by his mother, who taught him the alphabet. He had an inclination for art and often impressed his family with his sketches and molds of clay. At the age of eight, Jose Rizal composed a Tagalog poem called Sa Aking Mea Kababata, which describes the love for one’s language. Jose Rizal was educated at

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    Jose Marti

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    JosŽ Mart’ was born poor and became famous. He was born in Cuba from Spanish parents. JosŽ was a talented artist, editorial writer, and poem writer. JosŽ was arrested at a young age and sentenced to prison for six years. JosŽ was deeply committed to freedom, he later died in battle fighting to free his island from Spain. He died fighting for freedom. "JosŽ Mart’ was a Cuban patriot, freedom fighter and poet." (JosŽ Mart’ biography) JosŽ Mart’ was born January 28, 1853 in Havana Cuba. "JosŽ was born

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    When defining the word blindness, it can be interpreted in various ways. Either it can be explained as sightless, or it can be carefully deciphered as having a more complex in-depth analysis. In the novel Blindness, Jose Saramago depicts and demonstrates how in an instant your right to see can be taken in an instant. However, in this novel, blindness is metaphorically related to ‘seeing’ the truth beyond our own bias opinions. Saramago’s novel clearly illustrates themes that describe the importance

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    Cagadas 1 “Education is solution, not bloodshed.” (Freedom’s Myrtyr. 2003) Dr. José Rizal said on his second book El Filibusterismo in which spark the dislike of the Spanish government towards him. Rizal was a Filipino nation hero for creating a peaceful revolt against the Spaniard’s corrupted rule in the Philippines, and for raising the Filipino men’s nationalism through his books and speeches during the colonization of the Philippines by the Spanish. Rizal was born in June 19th 1861 to Francisco

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    Nuestra America: José Martí

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    Lus paiblus qai nu si cunucin hen di dersi prose pere cunucirsi, cumu qaoinis ven e pilier jantus. Lus qai insiñen lus pañus, cumu hirmenus cilusus, qai qaoirin le mosme toirre, u il di cese choce, qai li toini invodoe el di le cese mijur, hen di incejer, di mudu qai sien ane, les dus menus.” Jusé Mertí iniru di 1891 “Naistre Améroce” ixprise cumu Hospenueméroce dibi di impizer di lobirersi di lus gubirnentis di utrus peísis, cumu lus iarupius u istedanodinsis. Mertí nus de e intindir qai eméroce

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    Of Jose Rizal and His Moustache

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    described of what he virtually was perceived through different sources. Of all those different sources, some have shown discrepancies. This de facto notion was inculcated by the movie Bayaning Third World, directed by Mike de Leon. Descriptions of Jose Rizal nonetheless lack of what truly is suave of him. Little disputes are made in debunking what he usually have worn and what he was irked by. For scant information are being gathered, narrow and cynical, or perhaps newfangled, arguments are given

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    There are many different fictional novels that I have read; however, one that is the most memorable is Blindness by Jose Saramago. The novel tells a story about a spontaneous, unexplainable epidemic of blindness that occurs in an unnamed city. The first part of the novel follows the experiences and misfortunes of the seven main characters, the first humans affected by the blinding disease. Then they are put into a filthy, overcrowded asylum where they and other blind people have been quarantined

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    One Hundred Years of Solitude:  The Relationship between Ursual and Jose Arcadio Buendia In literature, a central relationship can bond a group, and serve as a measure of the vitality of the society that it bonds. One such monumental relationship is that between Ursual and Jose Arcadio Buendia in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude. In the chosen passage, the author uses imagery, metaphors, and characterization to illustrate their relationship, establishing a preview of their

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    sprouts everywhere; it is like light and air; space,life, and God.”That is what Dr. Jose Rizal said. Jose Rizal is widely known as the national hero of my country, the Philippines. Dr. Rizal is a very special man. He is the man that brought freedom to the Philippines. The Spanish friars had kept the country misruled for about 333 years. A country is for people, for everyone, it is to be cared and not mistreated. Dr. Jose Rizal wrote novels that brought him hatred and an undeserved death . He sacrificed

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    details the numerous obstacles a man and his son face, in an attempt for survival, in a post-apocalyptic world. The man, the protagonist in the novel, hesitates to help any random strangers who he and his son encounter along their path. Meanwhile, Jose Saramago’s Nobel Prize-Winning novel, Blindness, deals with a mass epidemic of blindness infecting nearly everyone in an anonymous city. The doctor’s wife, who keeps her sight throughout the novel, can be identified as the protagonist. Her situation

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