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Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not) Paperback – June 27, 2006
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Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Spanish --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
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The Penguin edition includes numerous endnotes to explain many allusions to local foods and customs, Latin tags, etc. (though I think the translator was a little shaky in his French and Latin in a couple of places). My one very tiny criticism is that a glossary would have been a better idea for most of those entries, since some terms in Tagalog and other languages appear often in the text but are defined only in the endnote attached to their first appearance; moreover the endnotes depart from the format used in most other Penguin Classics by not identifying the bit of text to which each note refers, making it difficult to read the endnotes pro- or retrospectively. But all in all, a very diverting read even for a reader like me, who lacks any personal or professional connection to the Philippines; I'll definitely read the sequel.
Since the original was written in Spanish the book needs to be read in translation by English speakers. This translation is by Leon Ma. Guerrero and was originally published in London by Longmans - although is now published in The Philippines.
However the amazon labelling system has this wrongly attributed to Harold Augenbraum who translates the Penguin edition. Please sort this out amazon!