Page 159 _________________1. The first Filipino novel, which focues on Filipino customs and traditions _________________2. A name used by Filipino expatriates to refer to themselves during the Paris Exposition of 1889. _________________3. Luna’s painting which provided rizal the inspiration to write a novel redeeming the Filipinos from repression and bondage. _________________4. An anti-clerical novel of Eugene Sue which provided Rizal a model for his Noli. _________________5. A novel on the brutalities commited by American slave-owners against their Negro slaves, which was a source of ideas for Rizal’s Noli. _________________6. A powerful office within the Catholic Church which recommended the permanent banning of the Noli Me Tangere in the Philippines. _________________7. The enemy of progress and reforms in the Philippines according to Rizal’s Noli _________________8. Considered the Savior of the Noli due to the financial assistance he gave Rizal for the printing of this novel. _________________9. The literal meaning in English of the title, Noli Me Tangere. ________________10. A satirical essay written by Rizal in response to Fr. Font’s critique of the Noli. ________________11. A series of pamphlets written by Fr. Rodriguez, which attacked and condemned Rizal’s Noli. ________________12. A pamphlet written by del Pilar in response to the Fr. Rodriquez Calingat Cayo. ________________13. The place where Nolie Me Tangere was published by Rizal. Page 160 B ________________14. Pomposity in rivalry ________________15. Lack of concern in society ________________16. Cacique mentality ________________17. Intellectual dissatisfaction ________________18. The paragon of colonial mentality
________________19. Rich landlord with a social conscience ________________20. The common people ________________21. Liberal, European edicated Filipino ________________22. The Filipino womanhood ________________23. The personification of wickedness among friars Page 160 C ________________24. “Rizal is a man of contradictions. By writing the Noli, he actually insuled his countrymen.” ________________25. “The author is a native doctor of medicine degree from the University of Madrid, whose novel is socialist in orientation.” ________________26. “The novel could have written an ideal book of he also gave a picture of an ideal priest to highlight the contrast.” ________________27. “Anyone who reads the Noli commits a mortal sin.” ________________28. “Rizal cannot be an ignorant man as he was a product of Spanish universities and a recipient of numerous scholastic honors.” ________________29. “The Noli has to be banned because it is heretical, impious and scandalous in its religious aspect. ________________30. “The book is superior and can bring you glory for exposing to the world the suffering of Filipinos under Spain.” PAGE 161 D Rizal’s Principal Objectives in Writing the Noli 31. _____________________________________________________________________ 32. _____________________________________________________________________ 33. _____________________________________________________________________ 34. _____________________________________________________________________ Virtues and Values Rizal Emphasized in the Noli 35. _____________________________________________________________________ 36. _____________________________________________________________________
37. ____________________________________________________________________ 38. ____________________________________________________________________ Major Reforms Needed in the Philippines As Outlined in the Noli 39. ____________________________________________________________________ 40. ____________________________________________________________________ 41. ____________________________________________________________________ 42. ____________________________________________________________________ 43. ____________________________________________________________________ Negative Filipino Qualities Criticized by Rizal in the Noli 44. ____________________________________________________________________ 45. ____________________________________________________________________ PAGE 162 E 46-50 Noli Me Tangere can be considered a charter of Filipino nationalism
51-55 Rizal’s Diagnosis of Filipino society in the Noli Me Tangere was correct.
56-60 Rizal presented a problem in the Noli, without offering a clear solution to it.