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Monday, 18 June 2007 23:04
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The Social Cancer

A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere from the Spanish of
José Rizal
By
Charles Derbyshire

Manila
Philippine Education Company
New York: World Book Company
1912

THE NOVELS OF JOSÉ RIZAL

Translated from Spanish into English

BY CHARLES DERBYSHIRE

· THE SOCIAL CANCER (NOLI ME TANGERE)

· THE REIGN OF GREED (EL FILIBUSTERISMO)

Copyright, 1912, by Philippine Education Company.
Entered at Stationers’ Hall.
Registrado en las Islas Filipinas.
All rights reserved.

Contents

 

 

Author’s Dedication

I

A Social Gathering

II

Crisostomo Ibarra

III

The Dinner

IV

Heretic and Filibuster

V

A Star in a Dark Night

VI

Capitan Tiago

VII

An Idyl on an Azotea

VIII

Recollections

IX

Local Affairs

X

The Town

XI

The Rulers

XII

All Saints

XIII

Signs of Storm

XIV

Tasio: Lunatic or Sage

XV

The Sacristans

XVI

Sisa

XVII

Basilio

XVIII

Souls In Torment

XIX

A Schoolmaster’s Difficulties

XX

The Meeting in the Town Hall

XXI

The Story of a Mother[liv]

XXII

Lights and Shadows

XXIII

Fishing

XXIV

In the Wood

XXV

In the House of the Sage

XXVI

The Eve of the Fiesta

XXVII

In the Twilight

XXVIII

Correspondence

XXIX

The Morning

XXX

In the Church

XXXI

The Sermon

XXXII

The Derrick

XXXIII

Free Thought

XXXIV

The Dinner

XXXV

Comments

XXXVI

The First Cloud

XXXVII

His Excellency

XXXVIII

The Procession

XXXIX

Doña Consolación

XL

Right and Might

XLI

Two Visits

XLII

The Espadañas

XLIII

Plans

XLIV

An Examination of Conscience

XLV

The Hunted

XLVI

The Cockpit

XLVII

The Two Señoras

XLVIII

The Enigma

XLIX

The Voice of the Hunted[iv]

L

Elias’s Story

LI

Exchanges

LII

The Cards of the Dead and the Shadows

LIII

Il Buon Dí Si Conosce Da Mattina

LIV

Revelations

LV

The Catastrophe

LVI

Rumors and Belief

LVII

Vae Victis!

LVIII

The Accursed

LIX

Patriotism and Private Interests

LX

Maria Clara Weds

LXI

The Chase on the Lake

LXII

Padre Damaso Explains

LXIII

Christmas Eve

 

Epilogue

 

Glossary

 




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