With divisions and competition in class Rizal was more inspired to achieve and excel to represent the might of the Filipino race. He proved he was not inferior and at the end of the month he became the emperor and received the prize of a religious picture. He exerted more effort to learn and took the extra effort to stand out and maintain his academic supremacy.To improve his Spanish, Jose Rizal took private lesson in Santa Isabel College during the noon recess.
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Marcelo H. del Pilar, founder of Diariong Tagalog (1882) and a prominent editor of La Solidaridad (1889), del Pilar was one of the more important propagandists. He was the de facto leader of the Filipino colony in Spain. A fierce critic of the government and of the friars even while in the Philippines, del Pilar had to go on exile in 1888 to distance himself from an arrest order for his political activities. He died on July 4, 1896, shortly after years of dedicated work in Spain towards…
Pedro Alejandro Paterno y de Vera Ignacio, (1857 - 1911) also spelled Pedro Alejandro Paterno y Debera Ignacio was a Filipino politician who has been called "the greatest turncoat in Philippine history." He was also a poet and novelist.' Wikipedia
Filipino diplomats and leaders in Paris, 1898. SEATED, from left: F. de Almores, Felipe Agoncillo, Pedro Roxas, and Antonino Vergel de Dios. STANDING, from left: B. Villanueva, Antonio Roxas, E. Brias, and P.A. Roxas.