El Filibusterismo Jose Rizal The memory of the lamp occupied his thoughts. In less than two hours a great catastrophe would take place and when he thought about it, it seemed as if men who passed by him were headless. What’s this lamp Basilio been referring to and what does he meant by “a great catastrophe?” I’ve had El Filibusterismo for a long time, but it took me a while to finish it. The past few days has been terrible—I’ll spare you of the details; and so, I really have to find away to read this English translation of Harold Augenbraum and to just tell you whether this second book of Jose Rizal is worth reading or not. Despite the front cover that I really didn’t like, as it didn’t have that premium feeling compared to […]
For the novel that I have chosen to review, I had my doubts, as it’s a novel of Jose Rizal. In school, my teacher assigned us to memorize Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere that was written in Tagalog. I, now realized that the undertaking is a challenge if I lack the interest in reading the novel. It worried me more, as the front cover didn’t satisfy me—it’s not attractive, but you’ll probably will think otherwise. After reading the novel, I couldn’t believe the emotion that it stirred in me.