Dun Karm Psaila (né le 18 octobre 1871, mort le 13 octobre 1961) était un poète maltais. Il a écrit l'hymne national maltais L-Innu Malti (L'hymne de Malte), lequel fut adopté en 1945. Il est considéré comme étant le poète national de Malte.Portail de la poésie Portail de la poésie Portail de Malte Portail de Malte

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  • Dun Karm Psaila (né le 18 octobre 1871, mort le 13 octobre 1961) était un poète maltais. Il a écrit l'hymne national maltais L-Innu Malti (L'hymne de Malte), lequel fut adopté en 1945. Il est considéré comme étant le poète national de Malte.Portail de la poésie Portail de la poésie Portail de Malte Portail de Malte
  • Dun Karm , asıl adı Carmelo Psaila (18 Ekim 1871, Zebbuf, Gozo - 13 Ekim 1961, Valletta, Malta), Malta'nın ulusal şairi. Bazılarınca Malta ozanı ya da Malta'nın Chaucer'ı olarak adlandırılır. Doğa ve yurt sevgisinin yanı sıra dinsel duyarlılığı nedeniyle romantik bir şair sayılmış, öte yandan özellikle çok incelikli sonelerinde ortaya çıkan, geleneksel ölçüye olan düşkünlüğüyle de klasik bir şair olarak tanınmıştır.
  • Dun Karm Psaila (ur. 18 września 1871, zm. 13 września 1961) – poeta maltański, tworzący początkowo w języku włoskim, a następnie, od 1912 r. - maltańskim. Napisał słowa hymnu państwowego Malty L-Innu Malti.W latach 1885-1894 studiował w seminarium duchownym, przyjął potem święcenia kapłańskie. Pracował jako nauczyciel oraz bibliotekarz w bibliotece publicznej. Pisał utwory liryczne początkowo w języku włoskim. W 1912 r. opublikował swój pierwszy wiersz napisany w języku maltańskim Quddiem Xbieha tal-Madonna. W kolejnych latach publikował wiersze i zbiory poetyckie, które zdobyły sobie w Malcie dużą popularność i uznanie. Został uhonorowany mianem "największego artysty w dziejach Malty", otrzymał także tytuł narodowego poety Malty.== Przypisy ==
  • Karmenu Psaila (olaszosan Carmelo), közismert írói nevén Dun Karm (1871. október 18. Ħaż-Żebbuġ – 1961. október 13. Sliema) pap, Málta nemzeti költője, a máltai himnusz szerzője volt.
  • Дун Карм Псайла (псевдоним на Кармело Псайла) е поет от Малта. В поезията си представя историята на Малта, за да утвърди културното и национално самосъзнание на страната. Наричан е „бардът на Малта“.От 1885 до 1894 г. учи в Семинарията. Ръкоположен е за свещеник през 1894 г. Между 1895 и 1921 г. преподава множество предмети в Семинарията: италиански, латински, английски, аритметика и география. През 1921 г. става помощник-библиотекар в Националната малтийската библиотека. През 1921 г. е помолен от Албърт Лаферла (директор на начално училище) да напише текст върху мелодия на Робърт Самут. Ину Малти (малтийски — Innu Malti) е изпята за първи път 1923 г. През 1941 г. официално се приема за национален химн на страната.
  • Dun karm psaila (Ħaż-Żebbuġ, 18 October 1871 – 13 October 1961),89, was a Maltese writer and poet, sometimes called 'the bard of Malta' He was educated at the Seminary between the years 1885 and 1894 and then proceeded to study philosophy in 1888 and theology in 1890 the University of Malta.He was ordained priest in 1894. From 1895 to 1921 he taught various subjects at the Seminary: Italian, Latin, English, arithmetic, geography, cosmography, ecclesiastical history and Christian archaeology. In 1921 he was appointed assistant librarian at the National Library of Malta and in 1923 directory of circulating libraries, a post he held till his retirement in 1936.In 1921, Albert Laferla, the director of education, asked Dun Karm to compose some verses to a music score by Robert Samut. The Innu Malti was sung for the first time in 1923. In 1941 it was officially designated the national anthem, a status confirmed by the Constitution at independence in 1964.In 1921 Dun Karm was one of the founding members of the Għaqda tal-Kittieba tal-Malti and on the death of Ġużè Muscat Azzopardi in 1927, he was elected president of the Għaqda and later editor of the official organ, Il-Malti. He carried out these functions till 1942 when he was nominated honorary president of the ghaqda for life. In recognition of his contribution to Maltese literature, he was granted a D. Litt (honoris causa) by the Royal University of Malta in 1945 - the first time the University granted such an honour. A year later he was awarded the Ġużè Muscat Azzopardi gold medal. Queen Elizabeth II decorated him with the Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1956. In 1957 the Maltese government issued him an ex-gratia pension in recognition of his services to Maltese literature. During his lifetime he was also honoured as the National Poet of Malta.Before 1912 Dun Karm wrote only in Italian. His first known published poem is La Dignità Episcopale (1889) after which he published Foglie d'Allora (1896) and Versi (1903) another collection of Italian poems.Dun Karm wrote Quddiem Xbieha tal-Madonna his first poem in Maltese, which appeared in the first issue of the Maltese periodical Il-Ħabib, published by Mgr. Pawl Galea and Ġużè Muscat Azzopardi. His best poems include Il-Musbieħ tal-Mużew (1920).Dun Karm often found poetic expression in his solitude, which was eventually accompanied by a high degree of spiritual balance. His poetry reflects a background of village life crowned with an atmosphere of family feelings and it also portrays the Maltese countryside with a perspective imagination. It synthesises the popular culture of the Maltese people, which is quite evident from the rural characteristics that furnish its local identity with the literary culture based largely on Italian romanticism.His first works in Italian reveal an early life of peace and calm; after the death of his mother, solitude became his companion. When he decided to make Maltese the medium of his creativity he poetically explored the history of Malta to confirm its cultural and national identity. At the same time some of his best poems illustrate an inner journey of sentimental and more experience. His poetry exhibits great subjectivity but it also expresses his country collective aspirations. Both the personal and the national sentiments are treated from a deep religious viewpoint that discusses existentialism The spiritual crisis in Il-Jien u lil hinn Minnu is analyzed in universal human terms that illuminate man's existence and insist on the inexplicability of the relations between God and man, except for the latter's absolute acceptance of the formers hidden power.A.J. Arberry translated about 37 of Dun Karm's poems into English, Guze Delia translated Il-Vjatku into Spanish and Laurent Ropa translated Il-Jien u lil hinn Minnu into French.Dun Karm's writings include Żewġ Anġli: Inez u Emilia (translated in 1934 from an Italian novel by D Caprile) Besides these he wrote a few critical works. He also compiled a dictionary between 1947 and 1955 in three volumes, Dizzjunarju Ingliż u Malti.
  • Monsignor Carmelo Psaila, noto ai maltesi come Dun Karm Psaila (Żebbuġ, 18 ottobre 1871 – Żebbuġ, 13 ottobre 1961), è stato un presbitero, scrittore, poeta, novellista maltese, noto come il "Bardo di Malta". Più che per la sua attività religiosa egli è ricordato tutt'oggi come il creatore de L-Innu Malti, Inno nazionale di Malta.
  • Dun Karm Psaila (* 18. Oktober 1871 in Żebbuġ; † 13. Oktober 1961 in Valletta) war ein maltesischer Schriftsteller, Dichter und Priester.Er wurde als Kind einfacher Leute geboren und begann bereits mit 18 Jahren Gedichte in italienischer Sprache zu schreiben. Seine Ausbildung erhielt er am Priesterseminar in Mdina. Im Alter von 23 Jahren wurde er zum Priester geweiht. Neben seiner Priestertätigkeit verfasste er weiterhin Gedichte, zunehmend auch in Malti, seiner Muttersprache. Sein erster Roman "Il-Ħabib" (Der Freund) erschien 1912. Danach entschloss sich Psaila nur noch in Maltesisch zu schreiben. Unter dem Pseudonym DUN KARM (Dun ist der Titel für Priester) wurden seine Gedichte und Prosastücke bald sehr populär. In ihnen verbinden sich nationalromantische, existenzphilosophische und religiöse Themen. Seine visionäre Ausdruckskraft kommt dem Verlangen des maltesischen Volkes nach kultureller Eigenständigkeit und nationaler Identität sehr entgegen. Er starb 1961, und DUN KARM gilt heute als "il-Poeta Malti", als maltesischer Nationaldichter. Ein Gedicht von ihm ist der Text der Nationalhymne Maltas L-Innu Malti.
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  • Dun Karm , asıl adı Carmelo Psaila (18 Ekim 1871, Zebbuf, Gozo - 13 Ekim 1961, Valletta, Malta), Malta'nın ulusal şairi. Bazılarınca Malta ozanı ya da Malta'nın Chaucer'ı olarak adlandırılır. Doğa ve yurt sevgisinin yanı sıra dinsel duyarlılığı nedeniyle romantik bir şair sayılmış, öte yandan özellikle çok incelikli sonelerinde ortaya çıkan, geleneksel ölçüye olan düşkünlüğüyle de klasik bir şair olarak tanınmıştır.
  • Karmenu Psaila (olaszosan Carmelo), közismert írói nevén Dun Karm (1871. október 18. Ħaż-Żebbuġ – 1961. október 13. Sliema) pap, Málta nemzeti költője, a máltai himnusz szerzője volt.
  • Monsignor Carmelo Psaila, noto ai maltesi come Dun Karm Psaila (Żebbuġ, 18 ottobre 1871 – Żebbuġ, 13 ottobre 1961), è stato un presbitero, scrittore, poeta, novellista maltese, noto come il "Bardo di Malta". Più che per la sua attività religiosa egli è ricordato tutt'oggi come il creatore de L-Innu Malti, Inno nazionale di Malta.
  • Dun Karm Psaila (ur. 18 września 1871, zm. 13 września 1961) – poeta maltański, tworzący początkowo w języku włoskim, a następnie, od 1912 r. - maltańskim. Napisał słowa hymnu państwowego Malty L-Innu Malti.W latach 1885-1894 studiował w seminarium duchownym, przyjął potem święcenia kapłańskie. Pracował jako nauczyciel oraz bibliotekarz w bibliotece publicznej. Pisał utwory liryczne początkowo w języku włoskim. W 1912 r.
  • Dun Karm Psaila (* 18. Oktober 1871 in Żebbuġ; † 13. Oktober 1961 in Valletta) war ein maltesischer Schriftsteller, Dichter und Priester.Er wurde als Kind einfacher Leute geboren und begann bereits mit 18 Jahren Gedichte in italienischer Sprache zu schreiben. Seine Ausbildung erhielt er am Priesterseminar in Mdina. Im Alter von 23 Jahren wurde er zum Priester geweiht. Neben seiner Priestertätigkeit verfasste er weiterhin Gedichte, zunehmend auch in Malti, seiner Muttersprache.
  • Dun karm psaila (Ħaż-Żebbuġ, 18 October 1871 – 13 October 1961),89, was a Maltese writer and poet, sometimes called 'the bard of Malta' He was educated at the Seminary between the years 1885 and 1894 and then proceeded to study philosophy in 1888 and theology in 1890 the University of Malta.He was ordained priest in 1894. From 1895 to 1921 he taught various subjects at the Seminary: Italian, Latin, English, arithmetic, geography, cosmography, ecclesiastical history and Christian archaeology.
  • Дун Карм Псайла (псевдоним на Кармело Псайла) е поет от Малта. В поезията си представя историята на Малта, за да утвърди културното и национално самосъзнание на страната. Наричан е „бардът на Малта“.От 1885 до 1894 г. учи в Семинарията. Ръкоположен е за свещеник през 1894 г. Между 1895 и 1921 г. преподава множество предмети в Семинарията: италиански, латински, английски, аритметика и география. През 1921 г. става помощник-библиотекар в Националната малтийската библиотека. През 1921 г.
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