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Dun Karm
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born Oct. 18, 1871, Zebbug, Gozo, Malta
died Oct. 13, 1961, Valletta

pseudonym  of Carmelo Psaila Malta's national poet, sometimes called “the bard of Malta,” or “the Chaucer of Malta.” His work has both romantic and classical affinities. His love of nature and his motherland together with his religious sensibility exemplify the former; his fondness for traditional metre (notably in his sonnets, which are considered particularly…
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