El Filibusterismo (Subversion)
Publish date: January 28th 2007
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Pages no: 342
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, Historical Fiction
"In the meantime, while the Filipino people may not have sufficient energy to proclaim, with head high and chest bared, their rights to social life, and to guarantee it with their sacrifice, with their own blood; while we see our own countrymen in private life feeling shame within themselves, to hea...
In El Filibusterismo, Ibarra came back but he hide his real identity cause they claim in Noli Me Tangere that Ibarra died. He came back known as Simoun, a rich jeweler. In here, he's all out seeking revenge. After what happened in Noli, he now seeks revenge to the Spanish Government. He concocted a ...
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