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Noli Me Tangere (The Social Cancer)

José Rizal (1861-1896)

1. 00 - Translator's Introduction, part 1
2. 01 - Translator's Introduction, part 2
3. 02 - Translator's Introduction, part 3
4. 03 - Translator's Introduction, part 4
5. 04 - Chapter 1 - A Social Gathering
6. 05 - Chapter 2 - Crisostomo Ibarra
7. 06 - Chapter 3 - The Dinner
8. 07 - Chapter 4 - Heretic and Filibuster
9. 08 - Chapter 5 - A Star in a Dark Night
10. 09 - Chapter 6 - Capitan Tiago
11. 10 - Chapter 7 - An Idyl on an Azotea
12. 11 - Chapter 8 - Recollections
13. 12 - Chapter 9 - Local Affairs
14. 13 - Chapter 10 - The Town
15. 14 - Chapter 11- The Rulers
16. 15 - Chapter 12 - All Saints
17. 16 - Chapter 13 - Signs of Storm
18. 17 - Chapter 14 - Tasio: Lunatic or Sage
19. 18 - Chapter 15 - The Sacristans
20. 19 - Chapter 16 - Sisa
21. 20 - Chapter 17 - Basilio
22. 21 - Chapter 18 - Souls In Torment
23. 22 - Chapter 19 - A Schoolmaster's Difficulties
24. 23 - Chapter 20 - The Meeting in the Town Hall
25. 24 - Chapter 21 - The Story of a Mother
26. 25 - Chapter 22 - Lights and Shadows
27. 26 - Chapter 23 - Fishing
28. 27 - Chapter 24 - In the Wood
29. 28 - Chapter 25 - In the House of the Sage
30. 29 - Chapter 26 - The Eve of the Fiesta
31. 30 - Chapter 27 - In the Twilight
32. 31 - Chapter 28 - Correspondence
33. 32 - Chapter 29 - The Morning
34. 33 - Chapter 30 - In the Church
35. 34 - Chapter 31 - The Sermon
36. 35 - Chapter 32 - The Derrick
37. 36 - Chapter 33 - Free Thought
38. 37 - Chapter 34 - The Dinner
39. 38 - Chapter 35 - Comments
40. 39 - Chapter 36 -The First Cloud
41. 40 - Chapter 37 - His Excellency
42. 41 - Chapter 38 - The Procession
43. 42 - Chapter 39 - Doña Consolación
44. 43 - Chapter 40 - Right and Might
45. 44 - Chapter 41 - Two Visits
46. 45 - Chapter 42 - The Espadañas
47. 46 - Chapter 43 - Plans
48. 47 - Chapter 44 - An Examination of Conscience
49. 48 - Chapter 45 - The Hunted
50. 49 - Chapter 46 - The Cockpit
51. 50 - Chapter 47 - The Two Señoras
52. 51 - Chapter 48 - The Enigma
53. 52 - Chapter 49 - The Voice of the Hunted
54. 53 - Chapter 50 - Elias's Story
55. 54 - Chapter 51 - Exchanges
56. 55 - Chapter 52 - The Cards of the Dead and the Shadows
57. 56 - Chapter 53 - Il Buon Dí Si Conosce Da Mattina
58. 57 - Chapter 54 - Revelations
59. 58 - Chapter 55 - The Catastrophe
60. 59 - Chapter 56 - Rumors and Belief
61. 60 - Chapter 57 - Vae Victis!
62. 61 - Chapter 58 - The Accursed
63. 62 - Chapter 59 - Patriotism and Private Interests
64. 63 - Chapter 60 - Maria Clara Weds
65. 64 - Chapter 61 - The Chase on the Lake
66. 65 - Chapter 62 - Padre Damaso Explains
67. 66 - Chapter 63 - Christmas Eve
68. 67 - Epilogue

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Summary

Noli Me Tangere (Latin for Touch Me Not) is a novel by the National Hero of the Philippines, Dr. José Rizal. It was originally written in Spanish, and first published in Germany in 1887. Noli Me Tangere exposed the corruption and abuse of the Spanish government and clergy towards the Philippine people and the ills of the Philippine society. This novel, and its sequel El Filibusterismo were banned in many parts of the Islands. Rizal was later arrested for inciting rebellion, based largely on his writings, and was excuted in Manila. Noli Me Tangere, and the execution of Rizal, indirectly influenced the Philippine revolution from Spain. Today, Noli Me Tangere is required reading in all Philippine Schools.