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“Public services can become the next Uber, ‘cognitive’ roles. what receives detailed attention is the period since the collapse of the Ne Win regime in 1988 to the present, On the former, because he saw the best in people. Clearly he also saw the worst in them But I don’t think that surprised him He felt he saw great compassion and loyalty what we in Australia call mateship He saw a beautiful fraternity in human beings trying to help each other in the most horrific circumstances That was the overriding sense of the world he had but that’s not necessarily how that world was He said to me that they were lucky in the PoW camps they only had to suffer It took me many years to realise what he meant What he meant I think was that war was a terrible thing it demands of people who have no evil in them that they go out and commit acts of the greatest evil It demands that you inflict suffering on others But in a PoW camp they only had to suffer and discover their own humanity in their suffering Did you worry about being a white man writing about a war that the Allies eventually won It wasn’t a victory to the white men who died there And I had no doubt that there was a strong racial element to the way the Japanese treated the Europeans There were equally racial conceits on the Australian side But this novel is not written from the point of view of the vanquished and the victorious but of human beings As a writer you can’t allow anyone to set any boundaries about what stories you want to tell Either as a writer you have the universe or you give in to a form of censorship One of the things about the Death Railway is that the number of those killed in building it was greater than those killed in Hiroshima or Nagasaki and the majority of them were Asians in fact shlf1314ns —Tamils who had been taken by the British as indentured labour a few generations ago to Malaysia and then pressganged into this project during the War But there is very little memory of them in Asia or in shlf1314 They were the worst victims of this insane war left to die among the dead — young old and children I wrote about them in greater detail but for purposes of economy I had to leave those passages out The book’s title nods to a haibun by a 17th century Japanese poet Did you try and acquaint yourself with Japan’s literature and culture while writing this book I have always loved Japanese literature Matsuo Basho’s The Narrow Road to the Deep North was one of the high points of Japanese culture and my father’s experience of the PoW camps was one of its low points I wanted to write a book that was without judgement and accusation and I thought if I could use the forms and tropes of Japanese literature which are everywhere in the novel I would have some chance of doing that By allowing myself to be open to the best of Japanese culture I might be able be honestly and truthfully write about this terrible place and time Was it hard for you to write the Japanese characters the guards of the PoW camps The awful truth is that perhaps the monstrous is closer to you than you care to admit And I didn’t find it hard to write about them I found it easy They are not monsters but they are responsible for monstrous acts and I conceived of them as human beings first I also saw how similar they were to the English characters of a previous novel I wrote Wanting (2008) The colonisers of Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) were possessed of a similar purpose and conviction of their culture as a civilising force who waged war and terrible extermination against the indigenous inhabitants of the island There was very little difference in the way both understood and rationalised the barbarity of their acts The Japanese guards did not feel very alien they seemed only too familiar You visited Japan for the book and met a few guards the oppressors of your father at the PoW camps What was that experience like I had the book in final shape when I went to Japan They met me in good spirit and I met them the same way not in a spirit of accusation I was just trying to collect their testimonies and hear their whole stories I guess I thought I would find some truth about evil and human beings but when I returned to Australia I realised I hadn’t It was a strange and a very sad experience I travelled on a journey to find evil but the men were only tools of evil they were not where the Death Railway began How important was it for this novel to be a love story It was everything It took me a long long time to understand this We are creatures of hope In concentration camps people who abandoned hope were despised and looked down upon because they had given themselves over to despair they were simply waiting for death We revolt against that always Hope is the essence of who we are Not because we are after some false solace but it is because it is fundamental to us Love for me is the highest expression of hope We understand love as the discovery of eternity in a moment and it is for this reason that all great love stories are about death And war stories are the stories of death par excellence War illuminates love but love allows you to describe its shadows to walk into the shadows in a way that we can believe as human beings It does not redeem us but it allows us to comprehend our lives And when I finished it I realised the novel was about many forms of love erotic love familial and fraternal love Tell us about the place you grew up in “the tiny mining town in the rain forest in an island at the end of the world” A place called Rosebery it was a town of 500 people in the most beautiful rain forest valley a very remote place (I was born in another town in Tasmania called Longford) This was a magical wild place of mythical creatures and ghost mining settlements There were still Tasmanian tigers around where I was young It was a place where the measure of everything was nature not anything manmade To know you were at the edge of the world and then to end up in London is to be aware of an extraordinary journey that only happened because I loved words and thought they mattered and had a transformative power For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App since your father was a 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