Saturday, May 18, 2019

My Last Farewell by Joze Rizal Essay

1st Stanza* Rizals beautiful description of his Fatherland. He used the biblical Eden to describe the Pre-Hispanic Philippines which is an imaginary time of purity and innocence. He adores the beautiful country that he and others atomic number 18 fighting for. He said that he is glad to give his life sentence to Filipinas even though his life was brighter, fresher, or more blest than it is now pertaining to the time when he wrote the poem.2nd Stanza* The men who gave their life to his high-priced country. Rizal said that their dedication and patriotism to the country is without second thoughts. It doesnt matter how one struggles, that alone struggles, all deaths, are worth it if it is for the good of the country.3rd Stanza* It speaks of Rizals love of Liberty. The image of dawn that Rizal used in the first line signifies the fire that he adores. In the third and fourth line, he says that if the colour of liberation lacks his blood, he must die for the country to attain freedom .4th Stanza* Presents the flashback of Rizals love for Patricia that started when he was young. He was young when he saw the martyrdom of the GOMBURZA and promised that he would dedicate himself to avenge one day for those victims. His dreams were to turn back his country in eminent liberation, free from sorrow and grief.5th Stanza* Repeats Rizals dream of complete Liberation. in all Hail signifies that he is positively welcoming the dawn of freedom after his death. He also repeats what he has said in the third stanza that it is his desire to dedicate his life to the Patria.6th Stanza* Describes the image of Rizals solemn being forgotten someday. The grassy sod may represent the countrys development, the growth of liberty, and that with the salvation of the country, he becomes forgotten. Rizal does not say here that he wants monuments, streets, or schools in his name, just a loving kiss and a warm breath so he could feel he is not..

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