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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1978Antonio Cremona folklorista (1880-1972)Cassar-Pullicino, G.
1981The dress of stars, of sea and of earth (at 510B) : an analysis of the Maltese Cinderella Marchen within the Mediterranean tradition areaMifsud Chircop, Gorg
2007Fidi, tradizzjoni u tradizzjonijiet fil-festiBorg, Philip
1994FolkloreCassar Pullicino, Guze
1944Folklore ta' Malta u GhawdexCassar Pullicino, Guze
1996Il-baned fl-iżvilupp tal-festa MaltijaSaliba, Raymond
1994Il-festi Maltin fl-imgħoddiClews, Charles
2005Il-festi Maltin u l-folklorCassar Pullicino, Guze
1989Is-sehem tal-folklor fl-identita’ kulturali MaltijaCassar Pullicino, Guze
2003Is-snajja fl-imgħoddiCamilleri, J.C.
1940Ittra lil habib fuq xi drawwiet li qed jinbidlu ma’ ohrajn goddaCassar Pullicino, Guze
2018Kien żmien ieħorGuillaumier, Alfie
2006Lectures 4 : program 6 : nirrakkuntaw mal-Gahan taghna : a story telling evening with words, ballads and Maltese ghanaPoezija Plus; Narraturi 21
1995Malta's folk cultureBriffa, Charles
1971Maltese folklore nowCassar-Pullicino, J.
2016-11-13Meeting our monster heritageReljic, Teodor
1978Reflections about the old Maltese folk belief in the transformation of a person into a Gawgaw ghost on Christmas EveAl-Azharia Jahn, Samia
1972Some considerations in determining the semitic element in Maltese folkloreCassar Pullicino, Guze; Galley, Micheline; Marshall, David R.
1979The three stolen princesses (AT 301) : a Maltese Marchen within the Mediterranean tradition areaMifsud Chircop, George
1995The tongue symbol in Maltese architecture to ward off the evil eyeCassar, Paul