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  • Cassola, Arnold (Universita di Palermo. Centro di Studi Filologici e Linguistici Siciliani, 2016)
    This article discusses Maltese place names found inside the ledgers of the Benedictine Monks in Sicily. These ledgers date back to the 1300's. Many of these place names are attributed to lands which were bequeathed to the ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Layout Publications, 1996)
    This publication contains six papers on Malta's role and initiatives on the international scene. Having been written and presented a handful of years ago, i.e. between 1990 and 1995, the papers might seem quite outdated ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (University of Malta, 1990)
    From Anthony Burgess's continuous use of different linguistic systems in his novels, one can gather that the author is deeply fascinated by language. The author does not limit himself to existing and widely used systems; ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (University of Malta, 1992)
    Kathleen Coburn has shown that before leaving England for Malta in April 1804 Coleridge 'had almost certainly read very little Italian literature in the original, though he had made a beginning in the language.' During his ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (MVV Medien Vertriebs, 2002)
    The road to the next historic enlargement of European Union has been fraught with and obstacles. The enlargement is scheduled to take place in 2004 is unprecedented in the history of the European Union: never have there ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Stamperija Indipendenza, 1990)
    Fit-tnax-il xahar Ii gnaddew, id-dinja gnaddiet minn taqlib kontinwu u mhux mistenni. Jidher Ii I-istrutturi politici Ii nargu mill-faxxizmu, mill-istalinizmu u mill-gwerra bierda qed jisfaxxaw gnal kollox. Dan it-taqlib ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Brill, 2017)
    This article discusses an epic poem written by a Spanish Knight of the Order of St. John, Hipolito Sans, titled La Maltea. In his poem, Sans recounts his experience during the Great Siege of Malta in 1565. The work is a ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (University of Malta. The Mediterranean Institute, 2000)
    It is quite a common malady for some Maltese today to assume that scholarship, research and the quest for truth is the prerogative of a select few, and that others should not dare to question their findings. Fortunately, ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Malta Historical Society, 2007)
    La visita di Garibaldi a Malta nel 1864 suscito grandi emozioni nella popolazione maltese, in particolare nel ceto intellettuale dell'isolal . L'entusiasmo per l'eroe dei due mondi viene registrato da vari giornali maltesi ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Fondazione Verga, 1996)
    Nel 1910 Luigi Capuana visito l'isola di Malta, dove soggiorno per quindici giorni. La sua presenza nell'isola fu considerata un avvenimento culturale d'eccezione per tutta l'intellighentzia dell'isola. Scopo di questo ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Ghaqda tal-Malti, 1989)
    Fid-dinja tal-lum, hafna mill-fruntieri ekonomici, politici u socjali li tradizzjonalment kienu jifirdu l-gnus u pajjizi, issa qed jaqghu b’ritmu mghaggel. Il-glasnost u l-perestrojka mhux biss qed iwettqu bidla radikali ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Stamperija Indipendenza, 1994)
    Il-zewg poli Ii dwarhorn hu ccentrat dan l-intervent hurna "letteratura" u "poplu". Fid-deher, it-tifsira ta' dawn iz-zewg termini hi cara daqs il-kristall: kull wiehed rninnajernrnen li jafsewwax'kuncettijridujwasslulna ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Edizioni Cenobio, 1980)
    Nei primi tre volumi di Caproni predominano i ritratti di un mondo agreste o marino. Prati, verde, sole, giardini, uccelli, colture, velieri, mare sono Ie immagini prevallenti in queste pagine. Invece, con l'uscita del 4° ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Edizioni Cenobio, 1985)
    II primo numero di «Lirica» esce a Roma nel gennaio del 1912. II comitato redazionale e composto di cinque persone: Rosario E. Brizzi, Armando de Santis, Umberto Fracchia, Arturo Onofri e Teofilo Valentil. Nella storia ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Pusan University of Foreign Studies, 2012)
    During the Middle Ages, politically Malta forms part of the administration in Sicily, with the effective capital of Malta being Palermo. Rebel communities of Italians are exiled to Malta, whilst rebel residents of Malta ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti, 2017)
    Joannes Gennadius 'was born in Athens in 1844, the son of the erudite Georgios Gennadius and Artemis Benizelou, studied at the English-language Protestant College ofMalta and the Lyceum of Christos Vaphas in Athens and ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Besa Editrice, 1991)
    Nel campo linguistico, il fenomeno Malta costituisce un caso assai interessante. Le varie dominazioni politiche dell'isola hanno fatto si che nel giro dell'ultimo millennio circa, la lingua ufficiale del paese e stata ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (Europeditor, 1987)
    La volanta ha per Onofri una granda importanza. Cio che distingue l'uomo d'eccezione dall'uomo comune e proprio la volonta: non tutti posseggono quello slancio vitale che permette di rendere atto cio che essi hanno in ...
  • Cassola, Arnold (2009)
    A talk organised by the Malta Historical Society entitled: The Great Siege through Turkish eyes. The talk is delivered by Prof Arnold Cassola. Arnold Cassola is a Maltese politician, an Associate Professor in Comparative ...
  • Cassola, Arnold; Friggieri, Oliver (2013)
    An interview with Prof Oliver Friggieri conducted by Prof Arnold Cassola on the trilogy published by Prof Oliver Friggieri about the Maltese society in the middle of the last century.