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Dr. Rizal's Library

Dr. Rizal's Library

Another small case with those shown here makes the half remaining of his books. Of the open volumes first is Goethe's "Wilhelm Meister" in German, next Sue's "Wandering Jews" and the third a finely illustrated Spanish edition of "The Lives of the Presidents of the United States".
require of its adherents belief in God, was an outcast its the Masonic world. There he heard much of the "rights of man" and again had it impressed upon him that it was the liberty of the people and not the independence of the government that made freedom.

The next year found Rizal in Germany, studying opthalmology and enrolled as a student of law in the famous university at Heidelberg. During the vacation he visited Wilhelmsdorf and compared its simple villagers with the country folk of his own land. At this time he became acquainted with the great Masonic poet Goethe

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created: June 12, 1998
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