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Title: Kif haddmu l-Malti 1 : program 15
Other Titles: Ninu Cremona
Authors: Briffa, Charles
Buhagiar, Celaine
Keywords: Cremona, Ninu, 1880-1972
Maltese language
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Briffa, C. (Writer), & Buhagiar, C. (Presenter). (2009). Kif Haddmu l-Malti [Radio series Prog 1]. Campus FM
Abstract: This series of programs offers information about writing in Maltese and how different styles of writing were explored by different Maltese authors throughout various periods in Maltese history.
Description: This program discusses the writing styles of Ninu Cremona (May 27, 1880 - January 4, 1972) also known as Ninu Cremona and Is-Sur Nin was a Maltese writer. He was the son of Feliċ and Margaret née Pace. He was born in Victoria (Rabat) Gozo. Orphaned at a very young age when his father died in 1885, he was sent to live with his uncle in Tunis where he attended the school of the Christian Brothers and later on at St Charles College. In 1888 he returned to Malta where he continued his studies in The Seminary in Gozo. There he met with Dun Karm (Monsignor Carmelo Psaila, the Maltese national poet). In 1900 he was employed as a clerk with the government and four years later was appointed as Sanitary Inspector after having attended for a course in the Ashton School of Hygiene at the University of Liverpool. In 1928 he became the editor responsible for all the government translations and publications.
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