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Characters of Noli Me
Tangere
Reported by:
Jenalyn Avila
Rutsel Baguinang
Katherine Guingab
Is Rizal’s portrayal of the
characters in Noli Me Tangere
relevant to the social statuses
during his time?
Crisostomo Ibarra
Elias
Kapitan Tiago
Maria Clara
Doña Victorina
Pia Alba
Don Tiburcio
Gobernador Heneral
Alfonso Linares
...
Crisostomo Ibarra
He has a liberal
mind.
Outspoken and
idealistic
Patient and serious
man
He becomes very
violent and impu...
Elias
He distrusts human
judgment and prefers
God’s justice instead.
He prefers a revolution
over the reforms.
He represen...
Kapitan Tiago
He is said to be a good Catholic,
friend of the Spanish
government.
He symbolizes the rich Filipinos
who opp...
Maria Clara
Religious woman
She portrayed as a faithful
sweetheart, a good friend
and an obedient daughter.
She had childi...
Doña Victorina
An ambitious Filipina.
She symbolizes those who
have a distorted view of their
identity.
Wife of Don Tiburc...
Don Tiburcio de Espadaña
Doña Victorina’s
husband.
He is timid and rarely
joins in conversation.
Makes living as a quack
d...
Pia Alba
A young, healthy and
beautiful woman.
Very spiritual woman.
By nature, a very merry
woman but she became
melancho...
Gobernador General
He occupies the second
most powerful rank in the
colonial government,
second only to the king
Supported...
A young and smart
Spanish lawyer.
Meek and shy.
Padre Damaso wanted Maria
Clara to marry him but she
refused.
Alfonso Lina...
Alferez
Dona Consolascion’s husband
Shares rivalry with
the priest, particularly
Padre Salvi and
frequently has violent
fi...
Pilosopo Tasyo
Known
as “ Filosopo
Tasyo”.
He spent most of his
money on books and now
lives in poverty
Rizal can relate t...
Padre Hernando Sibyla
He is often cool and intelligent,
especially when correcting the
other friar, Padre Damaso, of
the l...
Padre Bernardo Salvi
Manipulates people to
get what he wants.
He is described to be
very thin and sickly.
The Franciscan c...
Padre Damaso
Talkative and cruel
priest.
He raped Doña Pia,
Maria Clara’s mother
He continually antagonizes
Ibarra and pre...
Sisa
Is the deranged
mother of Basilio
and Crispín.
Described as beautiful and
young, although she loves her
children very...
Basilio
He is 10 years old. An acolyte
tasked to ring the church bells for
the Angelus
They represented the innocent
who w...
Crispin
He is 7 years old, often talks about
silly things and is Sisa’s favorite
son.
An altar boy, he was unjustly
accuse...
Doña Consolacion
Wife of the Alferez of San
Diego
Often has violent
arguments with her
husbands
Pretends not to know Tagal...
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Noli me tangere characters

  1. 1. Characters of Noli Me Tangere Reported by: Jenalyn Avila Rutsel Baguinang Katherine Guingab
  2. Is Rizal’s portrayal of the characters in Noli Me Tangere relevant to the social statuses during his time?
  3. Crisostomo Ibarra Elias Kapitan Tiago Maria Clara Doña Victorina Pia Alba Don Tiburcio Gobernador Heneral Alfonso Linares Alferez Pilosopo Tasyo Padre Sibyla Padre Salvi Padre Damaso Crispin Basilio Sisa Doña Consolacion The Characters
  4. Crisostomo Ibarra He has a liberal mind. Outspoken and idealistic Patient and serious man He becomes very violent and impulsive when he provoked. Ibarra as Rizal’s reflection of himself. He symbolizes the idealism of the privileged youth.
  5. Elias He distrusts human judgment and prefers God’s justice instead. He prefers a revolution over the reforms. He represents the common Filipino. He is said to be the personification of Andres Bonifacio.
  6. Kapitan Tiago He is said to be a good Catholic, friend of the Spanish government. He symbolizes the rich Filipinos who oppress their fellow countrymen.
  7. Maria Clara Religious woman She portrayed as a faithful sweetheart, a good friend and an obedient daughter. She had childish simplicity. She gets easily nervous. Her character is related to Rizal’s childhood sweetheart, Leonor Rivera. She symbolizes the purity and innocence of a sheltered native woman.
  8. Doña Victorina An ambitious Filipina. She symbolizes those who have a distorted view of their identity. Wife of Don Tiburcio.
  9. Don Tiburcio de Espadaña Doña Victorina’s husband. He is timid and rarely joins in conversation. Makes living as a quack doctor. Represented the ignorant Spaniards whose foolishness the other Spaniards tolerated, often resulting in disastrous consequences for the natives.
  10. Pia Alba A young, healthy and beautiful woman. Very spiritual woman. By nature, a very merry woman but she became melancholic when she became pregnant. Pia Alba represents the women who had been abused by the clergy and had been silenced by their shame.
  11. Gobernador General He occupies the second most powerful rank in the colonial government, second only to the king Supported Ibarra against Padre Damaso Represented the typical Governor Generals of the Philippines who would often disdain the power that the friars had
  12. A young and smart Spanish lawyer. Meek and shy. Padre Damaso wanted Maria Clara to marry him but she refused. Alfonso Linares Represented the young Spaniards who came to the Philippines hoping for a better life than in their motherland.
  13. Alferez Dona Consolascion’s husband Shares rivalry with the priest, particularly Padre Salvi and frequently has violent fights with his wife Represented the officials of the state who frequently had power struggles with Church officials.
  14. Pilosopo Tasyo Known as “ Filosopo Tasyo”. He spent most of his money on books and now lives in poverty Rizal can relate to his character as his oldest brother, Paciano Rizal. He symbolizes the learned Filipinos. He is a pessimist.
  15. Padre Hernando Sibyla He is often cool and intelligent, especially when correcting the other friar, Padre Damaso, of the latter's ostentatiousness. a Dominican friar who is the curate of Binondo and had been a former professor at San Juan de Letran college Symbolizes the liberal friar but would rather stay in the background rather than incur the wrath of other priests in power. He is aware of the injustices done to the natives but would not do anything to change it, as all he cares about is getting his congregation in power.
  16. Padre Bernardo Salvi Manipulates people to get what he wants. He is described to be very thin and sickly. The Franciscan curate of San Diego, secretly harboring lust for María Clara.
  17. Padre Damaso Talkative and cruel priest. He raped Doña Pia, Maria Clara’s mother He continually antagonizes Ibarra and prevents his marriage to Maria Clara He symbolizes the Spanish friars of Rizal’s time.
  18. Sisa Is the deranged mother of Basilio and Crispín. Described as beautiful and young, although she loves her children very much, she can not protect them from the beatings of her husband, Pedro. Personified the suffering of the motherland. Named after Rizal’s older sister, Narcisa.
  19. Basilio He is 10 years old. An acolyte tasked to ring the church bells for the Angelus They represented the innocent who were wrongly accused of crimes they did not commit. Their story was based on the true tale of the Crisostomo brother’s of Hagonoy.
  20. Crispin He is 7 years old, often talks about silly things and is Sisa’s favorite son. An altar boy, he was unjustly accused of stealing money from the church.
  21. Doña Consolacion Wife of the Alferez of San Diego Often has violent arguments with her husbands Pretends not to know Tagalog and often uses Spanish words even if she does not the meaning Symbolizes the Filipinos in our society who are ashamed of their own race and nationality.
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