Who Inspired Jose Rizal?


Jose Rizal was inspired by three women. There was his mother, Teodora Alonso, his first love, Leonor Rivera and his wife Josephine Bracken. He learned about respect and love for the others by his mother. Leonor Rivera was his his inspiration for the character Maria Clara. Josephine taught him to love again but later she went to Hong Kong and got married again.
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