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Written by Bobby Reyes   
Thursday, 06 January 2011 13:39
Dear Ka Jesse: If you Google "Rizal and Dumas," 208,000 results will appear in 0.14 seconds: Ka Jesse, your article is the number-one result in the Google Search Engine. Please try it. And it pays to write for MabuhayRadio.com. In less-than 24 hours, some of our published articles appear in the top results-list of Google and some other search engines. I do not know how our webmaster does it, but it gets done. Mabuhay and congratulations, Ka Jesse. Some of the other results discuss also the same argument or connection between Rizal and Dumas that you wrote about. Lolo Bobby PS: Please just forward to your mailing lists, as somehow I have difficulty in sending e-mails from my laptop here at Starbucks in the City of Walnut. This laptop (that I am using) doesn't have my complete mailing lists and my replies to your and others' e-mails could not go through. Here's a reproduction of Page One of the Search Results . . . ========================================= About 208,000 results (0.14 seconds) Search Results Did Jose Rizal "Plagiarize" Alexandre Dumas' Novel, "The Count Of ... 3 posts - 2 authors - Last post: 13 hours ago B ut back to Rizal and Dumas. So, who copied who? Whose novel came out first? According to the Wikipedia that LOLO Bobby Reyes cited, ... www.mabuhayradio.com/.../did-jose-rizal-plagiarize-alexandre-dumas-novel- the-count-of-monte-cristo Get more discussion results ► RP-Rizal : Message: D'Rizal, the musketeer 6 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Feb 2, 2010 Rizal wrote the two novels in the tradition of Alexandre Dumas' the ... The words also could characterize Rizal and Dumas in real life. ... groups.yahoo.com/group/RP-Rizal/message/19366?var=1 - Cached Get more discussion results Doesn't Jose Rizal's "The Subversive" seem somewhat like Dumas ... I read it, and I see some similarities in the plot! ... To an extent, yes. ... answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid... - Cached Is Crisostomo Ibarra Simoun and Jose Rizal is the same? - Yahoo ...‎ - Apr 24, 2009 Can you tell me more about JOse Rizal... What are the ...‎ - Nov 10, 2007 On Philippine history --- who were the 9 girlfriends of Jose Rizal ...‎ - Feb 2, 2007 More results from answers.yahoo.com » Show more results from yahoo.comGet more discussion results Bonifacio day Even if he stopped going to school, Bonifacio continued reading the novels of Rizal and Dumas; he also read about international law and French Revolution. ... www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/Cynthia/.../bonifacio_day.htm - Cached - Similar The Count of monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas and Jose Rizal;Life ... Welcome to the Facebook Community Page about The Count of monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas and Jose Rizal;Life,Works and Writings by Sonia Zaide, ... www.facebook.com/...Dumas...RizalLifeWorks.../118175451553861 - Cached Who Is Andres Bonifiacio? | Facebookol Even if he stopped going to school, Bonifacio continued reading the novels of Rizal and Dumas; he also read about international law and French Revolution. ... facebookol.blogspot.com/2010/08/who-is-andres-bonifiacio.html - Cached Long Bonifacio Day weekend Nov 29, 2010 ... Even if he stopped going to school, Bonifacio continued reading the novels of Rizal and Dumas; he also read about international law and ... www.allvoices.com/.../67603253-bonifacio-monument-by-guillermo- tolentino-1933-cast-in-bronze-kalookan-city - Cached Touch me not - Google Books Result José Rizal, Harold Augenbraum - 2006 - Fiction - 444 pages Rizal began Noli Me Tangere with the basic models of both Tagalog and European literature at ... The echoes of Hugo's Les Miserables on the Noli and Dumas ... books.google.com/books?isbn=0143039695... Andres Bonifacio: The Katipunan Supremo.(Metro & National News ... Nov 27, 2004 ... Bonifacio read the novels of Rizal and Dumas; he also read about international law and French Revolution. In later years, he too began to ... www.highbeam.com › ... › November 2004 - Cached - Similar lumot sa papel - On Rizal's Fave; The Count of Monte Cristo It is no question why Rizal arrived at making Alexander Dumas' craft a favorite. It's not anymore to me a wonder why this links to Rizal's movement to ever ... lumot.multiply.com/journal/item/28 - Cached - Similar
 

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