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Title: Censu Tabone, the man and his century
Authors: Frendo, Henry
Keywords: Tabone, Vincent, 1913-2012
Presidents -- Malta -- Biography
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Maltese Studies
Citation: Frendo, H. (2000). Censu Tabone, the man and his century. Malta: Maltese Studies.
Abstract: The product of six years of interviewing and follow-up, Censu highlights the testing times before and after Malta's Independence, including the Mintoff years, and the PN's change of leader in 1977. In 16 chapters spread over 350 pages, which include several colour illustrations, Henry Frendo's Censu ranges from a Gozitan childhood during the Great War to a pioneering eye surgeon's career, from student days in the 1920s and 1930s to the politico-religious question in the 1960s, from a dedicated involvement in the Sliema -St JUlian's constituency to a presidency at the end of the COld War. Professor Frendo uses his purposeful, sometimes controversial octogenarian protagonist, who has led a very full life, as a witness and interpreter of a country and of a century.
ISBN: 9993200948
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