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Title: Self portrait : Oliver Friggieri
Authors: Friggieri, Oliver
Keywords: Friggieri, Oliver, 1947-
Friggieri, Oliver, 1947- -- Biography
Friggieri, Oliver, 1947- -- Criticism and interpretation
Poets, Maltese -- 20th century
Issue Date: 1983
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Friggieri, O. (1983). Self portrait : Oliver Friggieri, 10, 276-280.
Abstract: Literature has always been considered as one of humanity's most significant ways of expression. It has its own language imposed, so to say, upon or alongside the generally known language spoken and written according to the universally acknowledged norms. Literary language, therefore, constitutes a vehicle largely different from all the other lexical, syntactical and idiomatic patterns which characterize popular communication. This difference stems from a unique urge, deeply rooted in the spirit of mankind itself and gradually discovered and developed by an individual normally known as an 'author'.
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