CHAPTER a few: Rizal in Paris and Germany
* Rizal went to Paris and Philippines in order to concentrate on ophthalmology, - a subset of medical technology dealing with the anatomy, capabilities and conditions. * Rizal was just only 24 y/o if he went Rome to study ophthalmology. STOPOVER IN BARCELONA
2. To visit his friend MAXIMO VIOLA, a medical student and a part of a rich family in San Miguel, Bulacan. The fall of 1885-February 1886
2. Rizal worked as a great assistant to Dr . Paillette de Weckert, a mentioned French ophthalmologist. * During his spare time, he went to his close friends Pardo de Taveras (Trinidad, Felix, and Paz), and Juan Escaparate * Pardo de Taveras, is a pretty Young lady who was involved to Juan Luna, the later on started to be his wife. * Rizal posing as a Egyptian priest in " THE DEATH OF CLEOPATRAвЂќ, * Juan Luna's " Blood CompactвЂќ Rizal posed as " SikatunaвЂќ, and Trinidad while " LegaspiвЂќ In Heidelberg
* Rizal reluctantly remaining Paris in February several, 1886 for Germany. 2. He started to be a good chess player.
5. Rizal analyzed Law inside the University of Heidelberg.
* He had the privilege to work in the clinic of your noted Gloss ophthalmologist, Dr . Javier Galezowsky. * In August 6th, he attended a special event
* Ahead of he leave the beautiful metropolis, he wrote an ode- a lyric poem eligible " A las a del HeidelbergвЂќ (To the Flowers of Heidelberg) To Frankfurt and Leipzig-
* Towns in East Germany where Rizal went to by boarding a train. * In Leipzig metropolis, he arrived at know Dr . Hans She, a eminent scholar 2. He stayed at Leipzig city from Aug 14 to October 29, 1886. 5. Rizal published his initially letter in German to Professor Blumentritt, Director in the Ateneo of Leitmeritz Luxembourg on Come july 1st 31, 1886. * Arithmetica published into two languages- Spanish and Tagalog вЂ“ by the University of Sto Tomas 1868 * Published by Rufino Baltazar Hernandez, a native of Father christmas Cruz, Lagun LEIPZIG to DRESDEN
2. Rizal found that the cost of living in Leipzig was...