"Noli Me Tangere" Analytical Essay by Top Papers

"Noli Me Tangere"
An analysis of the portrayals of race, gender and kinship in "Noli Me Tangere".
# 141937 | 1,250 words | 1 source | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (Spanish)


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The paper discusses how "Noli Me Tangere" is a Spanish novel written by Jose Rizal, a highly controversial novel in that it makes very dire commentary on the racially oppressed Filipino culture, on feminism as being almost non-existent and makes comment about the disjointed sense of Filipino kinship made by Spain and familial drama.

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""Noli Me Tangere", a Spanish novel written by Jose Rizal, is a highly controversial novel in that it makes very dire commentary on the racially oppressed Filipino culture, on feminism as being almost non-existent and makes comment about the disjointed sense of Filipino kinship made by Spain and familial drama. Through "Noli Me Tangere", or "Touch me not," in English, we see a vast, almost Shakespearean tableau of politics, strife, love and family in the Philippines. The story is about Juan Crisostomo Ibarra, a young, rich Filipino who has come home after seven years studying in Europe. He is in love with..."

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