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"Malta: A Collection of Tales and Narratives" consists of 180 short stories dealing with Maltese customs and folklore, Maltese sex scandals, Maltese Military History, the visits of celebrities to Malta as well as other curious stories from Malta's millenary history.
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Robert Attard is a lawyer, a short story writer and a researcher. Articles authored by Robert were published in The Sunday Times (Malta), Treasures of Malta, The Malta Independent on Sunday, The Armourer (UK), Battlefields Review (UK), The Militaria International Magazine (USA) and Collectors Mart (UK). Robert also produced radio programmes for Public Broadcasting Services (Malta).
Kenneth Zammit Tabona is a well-known and sought-after Maltese artist specialising in pen and ink gouaches depicting nostalgic scenes of Malta. His first major artistic work was the illustration for "Lost Letters" a bok by Nicholas de Piro, published in 1985. Melitensia Art Gallery invested in Mr Zammit Tabona's work for several years and held two highly successful one-man exhibitions in 1992 and 1995. He also produced the set designs and costumes for a Tuscan production of Donizetti's opera buffa 'Don Pasquale' in 1995.Review:
"There are certain enduring characteristics of people from whatever age or circumstance. Some things never change."Edward de Bono -- Marie Benoit, The Malta Independent on Sunday, June 03, 2001
The Edward de Bono Foundation (Malta) wishes readers to challenge their current thinking frameworks. -- Norbert Ellul-Vincenti, The Times (Malta), June 12, 2001
This is a book you can take to bed. You can start on any page you may wish to. -- Marquis Nicolas de Piro, The Sunday Times (Malta), June 10, 2001
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Book Description Edward De Bono Foundation, 2001. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG9993261513