Chapter 27:

The Friar and the Filipino

(The Summary of “El Filibusterismo”)

Padre Fernandez calls Isagani to discuss his involvement at the banquet in the panciteria.  Their discussion centers on the policy of the friars in educating students.  Isagani argues that the friars are deliberately teaching antiquated education in order to inhibit the aspiration of the people to be free.  He argues that people who aspire to be educated are branded as filibusters.  Padre Fernandez replies that he has done what he could and that not all friars are backward and against the idea of educating the people.  He says that education can only be bestowed to a deserving and ready people.

Learn this Filipino word:

nagpantíng ang tainga

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