The notorious publication, Mustafà Bassà di Rodi schiavo in Malta, was composed in the months following the bloody massacre of the slaves in July 1749, and has been shrouded in mystery and immersed in controversy ever since it saw the light in Naples, in 1751. The book was printed under the name ‘Michele Acciard’ but has been widely attributed to the Gozitan priest, Agius de Soldanis, on the strength of various contemporary documents suggesting his authorship. Be that as it may, recently unearthed documents conclusively determine that despite being overshadowed by the Gozitan canon, Michele Acciard did play a prominent part in the composition of Mustafà Bassà di Rodi schiavo in Malta.
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