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dc.identifier.citationFriggieri, O. (2000). Environmental elements in Maltese literature : nature as metaphor. In: S. J. A. Clews (ed.), The Malta Year Book 2000. Malta: De La SaIle Brothers Publications, pp. 488-496.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThe history of Maltese literature reflects to a great extent the gradual emergence of a small nation in search of itself and eventually fully aware of its identity. The romantic revival has meant to Malta much more than what it has meant to most of the other countries . It signified above anything else the need for the island to discover its own language and to embark on the task of forming an indigenous literature, namely in Maltese, the traditionally downtrodden language derived from Arabic, spoken by all, actually written sporadically by quite a few. [excerpt]en_GB
dc.publisherDe La SaIle Brothers Publicationsen_GB
dc.subjectNature in literatureen_GB
dc.subjectMaltese literature -- History and criticismen_GB
dc.subjectKarm, Dun, 1871-1961 -- Criticism and interpretationen_GB
dc.subjectKarm, Dun, 1871-1961. Jien u lil hinn minnuen_GB
dc.titleEnvironmental elements in Maltese literature : nature as metaphoren_GB
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