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The Literary Works of Jose Rizal

The works of Jose Rizal were quite frequently charged by religion, history, philosophy and theory; therefore, if you are interested in those types of disciplines, you may want to undertake a study of his works.

Jose Rizal: Lifetime Literary Accomplishments

Here is a list of the literary works which Jose Rizal produced during his lifetime.

  • The Social Cancer (Noli Me Tangere)

  • The Reign of Greed (El Filibusterismo)

  • Rizal's Annotations to Morga's 1609 Phillipine History

  • Sa Mga Kababaihang Taga Malolos

  • To The Young Women of Malolos

  • The Indolence of the Filipino

  • Filipinas dentro de cien anos

  • The Phillipines A Century Hence

  • Le Filippine entro cento anni

  • Como se gobiernan las Filipinas

  • Como si governano le Fillipine

  • El Consejo de los Dioses

  • The Council of the Gods

  • Junta Al Pasig

  • Along the Pasig

  • Saint Eustache, Martyr

  • Unfortunate Phillipines

  • Farewell to 1883

  • Reflections of a Filipino

  • Rizal's speech honoring Luna/Hidalgo

  • Note on the Maremagnum

  • Tribute to Blumentritt

  • Rizal's speech delivered at Cafe Habanero

  • Petition of the town of Calamba

  • Order of the Marquis of Malinta

  • MA-YI

  • Tawalisi of Ibn Batuta

  • Filipino Farmers

  • To "La Defensa"

  • How to Deceive the Native Later

  • The Truth for All

  • Vicente Barrantes' Teatro Tagala

  • A Profanation

  • New Truths

  • Cruelty

  • Differences

  • To our Dear Mother Country

  • To "La Patria"

  • Inconsequences

  • Tears and Laughter

  • Ingratitude

  • Reply to Barrantes' Criticism of the Noli me tangere

  • Nameless

  • The Philippines at the Spanish Congress

  • Let us be Just

  • Philippine Affairs

  • More on the Negros Affair

  • The Indolence of the Filipinos

  • Cowardly Revenge

  • A Reply to Mr. Isabelo de los Reyes

  • F. Pi y Margall: The Struggles of Our Times

  • How the Philippines is Governed

  • On the Calamba Incidents

  • The Rights of Man

  • Executives of the town of Calamba

  • Constitution of the Liga Filipina

  • Justice in the Philippines

  • Proposed Agreement between the British North Borneo Company and the Filipino Colony

  • Poor Friars!

  • To the Filipinos

  • By-laws of the Association of Dapitan Farmers

  • Date for my Defense

  • Manifesto to some Filipinos

  • Additions to My Defense

  • The Philippines as a Spanish Colony

  • The Parents of Rizal

  • Manila in the Month of December 1872

  • The People of the Indian Archipelago

  • Notes on Melanesia, Malaysia, and Polynesia

  • Mi Ultimo Adios

  • Sa Aking mga Kabata

  • A Fragment

  • Un Recuerdo A Mi Pueblo

  • Felicitation

  • Flower Among Flowers

  • Goodby to Leonor

  • Hymn to Labor

  • Dalit sa Paggawa

  • Hymn to Talisay

  • Kundiman

  • Mi Retiro

  • Canto del Viajero

  • To the Child Jesus

  • To the Virgin Mary

  • Water and Fire

  • Constitution of the Liga Filipina

  • The Vision of Fr. Rodriguez

  • By Telephone by Dimas Alang

  • Additions to my Defense

  • To Barrantes on the Tagalog Theater

  • The Religiosity of the Filipino People

Who Was Jose Rizal?

Jose Rizal was a writer. He composed all of these pieces in addition to letters, diary entries, and some other speeches. He was a major advocate for reforms in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era. His works and his words made him a major target during the revolution, and he was put on trial and executed for his beliefs, making him a martyr of the revolution. When he was put to death, he was only 35 years ago. He had achieved so much as a young man, that we can only imagine that he would have accomplished had he been given the opportunity.


The Literary Works of Jose RizalThe Literary Works of Jose Rizal

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