Malta Culture and Identity


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In this volume Henry Frendo and Oliver Friggieri, two eminent Maltese scholars, have assembled a collection of essays on Maltese life: what the island has meant to them, what it was to their ancestors, what it is becoming and where it is heading. Well-known experts have been engaged to provide a comprehensive account in their respective field of competence; their investigations range from national identity, natural heritage and archaeology to language, literature and the arts, music and folklore, from architecture, law, medicine and the professions, to migration flows and the economy. Here is a comprehensive portrait of an archipelago bathed in a wealth of history and experience, home to one of the smallest ethnolinguistic minorities in the world, the southernmost flank of Europe: creative, industrious, thriving, and ready for new challenges.

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Weight 780.0000 g
Dimensions 24 × 17 cm
Pages 276
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