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Freedom Writers Essay

3072 words - 13 pages

Script ng Noli me Tangere Script Kabanata 50 hanggang katapusan

Elias: Anim na pung taon ang nakakaraan nang maglingkod ang aking nuno sa bahay ng isang mangangalakal na kastila. Isang gabi, nasunog ang bahay.

Elias: Ang sunog ay nakatupok ng malaking halaga. Hinanap ang may sala at ang aking nuno ang siyang isinakdal.

Babae: (umiiyak) Hahanap tayo ng paraan asawa ko, upang mapawalang sala ka. Kukuha tayo ng magaling na abogado at—

Nuno: (hinawakan ang kamay ng asawa) Saan tayo kukuha ng pera? Mahirap lamang tayo, walang maipambayad.

Babae: Ngunit…

Nuno: (umiling) Wala na tayong magagawa. (close curtain)

scene 4 -bundok background- (pisi, kabayo, latigo) SF: yapak ng ...view middle of the document...

Iniwan ng lalaki ang aking kapatid at nagpakasal sa iba. Nakilala namin ang aming ama ngunit siya’y namatay rin. Naging malungkot ang aking kapatid at nawala. Anim na buwang lumipas, natagpuan siyang patay. At ako ay nagpagala-gala na.

Narrator: Inilihis ni Elias ang usapan. Nagpalitan sila ng mga salita hanggang sa makarating sila sa baybayin.

Elias: Limutin niyo na ako at huwag pansinin saan mang lugar magtagpo.

Narrator: Samantala, isang kalbaryo naman ang nangyari kay Linares , na pinsan ni donya Victorina nang makatanggap ng sulat mula rito. Sabi doon na sasabihin lahat nito ang lihim niya at hindi siya bibigyan ng pera kung hindi niya hahamunin ang Alperes sa isang labanan.

Linares: (sa sarili) Ano ang aking gagawin? Bakit ba naman kasi ako nagsinungaling! Ano na lang ang sasabihin ni Maria ‘pag nalaman niya ang sekreto ko?

Narrator: Nasa ganoong pagmumuni-muni si Linares (namuproblema) nang dumating si padre Salvi at nag-usap silang tatlo ni kapitan Tiyago. -

Salvi: Ako’y may balita. Nakatanggap ako ng liham mula sa Maynila. Kung hihingi lamang si Ginoong Ibarra ng tawad kay padre Damaso ay magiging maayos na ang lahat.

Tiyago: Paano kung hindi siya patawarin?

Salvi: Si Maria Clara na ang bahala kung ganun.

Narrator: Sa gitna ng usapan nila, dumating si Ibarra at sila’y binati. -pumunta kay Sinang na nakaupo sa kilid-

Ibarra: Nasaan si Maria? (kausap si Sinang ) Siya ba’y may hinanakit sa akin?

Sinang: Hindi ko alam. Pinapasabi niya na siya’y limutin mo na.

Ibarra: Ibig ko siyang makausap.

Sinang: Pumunta ka sa bahay ng maaga bukas.

Ibarra: Sige (umalis na)

Narrator: Sa libingan may tatlong anino na nag-uusap...

Anino 1: Nakausap mo na ba si Elias?

Anino 2: Hindi pa pero sigurado akong aanib siya sa atin.

Lucas: Teka, may nakasunod yata sa akin. Tayo na’t maghiwalay at nang ating sasalakayin ang kuwartel ay sisigaw tayo ng: Viva! Don Crisostomo Ibarra! (dumating si Elias)

Lucas: Sino ka at anong ginagawa mo rito?

Elias: Ako’y naparito upang makipaglaro sa mga patay.

Narrator: Naglaro sila ng baraha at kung sino ang matalo ang siyang aalis.

Lucas: Ika’y natalo aking kaibigan.

Narrator:Si Elias na di umimik ay lumayo na’t nawala sa kadiliman.
(nakahiga si pilosopo tasyo sa higaan at si don Filipo ay nakaupo)

Narrator: Dumalaw si Don Filipo sa may sakit na si pilosopo Tasyo at kasalukuyang nag-uusap.

Pilosopo Tasyo: Di ko alam kung kayo ay aking babatiin sa iyong pagbitiw sa tungkulin. Ang puno ay kailangang manatili sa kanyang tungkulin.

Don Filipo: Siguro nga po kung ang heneral ay matapat at hindi pinakawala ang mga nahuli kong sibil.

Narrator: Patuloy sa pagbabatuhan ng mga opinion ang dalawa hanggang sa….

Don Filipo (pag-iiba ng usapan): Ibig ba ninyo ng gamot?

Pilosopo Tasyo (nadidismaya): Ang mga papanaw ay hindi nangangailangan ng gamot. Ang gamot ay para sa inyong maiiwan. Pakisabi nalang kay Ibarra na nais ko siyang makausap bukas at ako’y...

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