Easily the most readable translation. --The Philippine Daily Inquirer
Easily the most readable translation. --The Philippine Daily Inquirer --This text refers to the Perfect Paperback edition.
Original Language: Spanish
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I would even recomend it, even if you just want a good book to read.
Growing up in the Philippines, I read this book in my 3rd year in High School as part of the curriculum our school system in the Philippines has.
Being one of the most highly regarded figures in the Philippines, Dr. Jose Rizal is admired as a symbol of Filipinos.
I picked up my Filipino friend's copy of this book one summer 20 years ago and was hooked on it almost at once. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jeri Massi
This novel is a scathing condemnation of Spain and the Catholic church's exploitation of the Philippines. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael Miller
Great translation! A very worthy book to read and spend your spare time with. This is one of two novels that catalyzed the demise of Spain colonial power in Asia.Published 13 months ago by Goodonis
I love this book. The book was a bit torn up when I got it, but honestly it did it's job. I was able to read it, I love it. Thanks!Published 13 months ago by M. T.
Written by the Philippines national hero, it is timeless and a literary gem. I wished that Dr. Jose Rizal have lived a little more longer because he could have done more great... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Del
This book gives great details about the history of the Philippines under the Spanish rule and how people lived back then. Read morePublished 23 months ago by emmalucinda