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Tanisi – quite innocently – replied: “I really don’t know”. so land could appear. No villager knows how many dams are being planned, Now, And we? And now that seems a very naive way of seeing the world. Did you get a fairer understanding of what it is to be a young Muslim in the western world? I suppose you know it’s something I am aware of — being a Muslim in a western world But obviously I haven’t grown up here And it is a very different thing if your sense of self has been established somewhere else and you come here and adapt as I did One of the things Slovo did was to go and talk to young Muslim students 13 or14 or 15 years old who had grown up here On the one hand they feel completely British There is no question of belonging to any other nation but they are also very aware of being viewed with suspicion When she asked them ‘What do you know about Islamic State’ they said we deliberately don’t look at that kind of information because we are worried about what people might think I was struck by the strong sense of being watched and being under suspicion in these British citizens In the novel Parvaiz is a young man with doting and powerful sisters and he is weaned away by the Islamic State because he is looking for his father How does masculinity and femininity help you understand violence To me it is obvious and inextricable that if you have to look at violence you have to look at issues around masculinity And tied to that is the need for father figures Young boys have to grapple with the idea of what it is to be a man in ways which girls don’t Someone like Parvaiz should have been a feminist He has seen how amazing women can be But Farooq [his handler] is able to pull out of him just that little bit that believes men should be in positions of superiority and that he is not being a proper man because he allows the women in his life to be more powerful That is very much part of patriarchal cultures everywhere How did a classical Greek tragedy intersect with contemporary Britain I think it is interesting that there has been a revival of Greek plays on the London stage in recent years These are periods of darkness and change in Britain And the Greeks are very good at all that at distilling things to the essence One of the ways of looking at Antigone is to see how the state is trying to exert a certain kind of control over the life and death of its citizens But there is one woman who will not accept that She can be read either as a heroic figure or someone who is incredibly stubborn and foolish and doesn’t want to accept any boundaries To me it became this interesting question of what you owe the state and what the state owes you That’s central to Antigone It is also about heightened emotions The play is so much about grief and anger and what you do in grief and anger the decisions you take in grief and anger The more anger you have in the world the more the Greeks will become pertinent This is a more urgent more immediate and less lyrical work compared to your last novel (A God in Every Stone 2014) Did you work differently Did you worry that the human story might be drowned by the politics I think that was a worry with the last one as well in a different way The worry then was that the history would drown out [the novel] With this one the worry was that the contemporary politics would drown it out But then as a novelist there are always challenges you are taking on I hadn’t intended for the writing style to be so different But the original Greek is so slim and pared down that that is there in the marrow of the novel It is much less lyrical Somewhere I wanted the writing to be almost invisible Who is a citizen Why are so many versions of this debate being heard in contemporary world When ultra-nationalism is on the rise this is what is going to happen It divides citizens into those whom the state should be proud of and everyone else — even though legally they may have the same rights they are seen as lesser and it becomes easier to enact violence and injustice against them A couple of generations ago left and right were the ideologies to which people attached themselves But across the world those have broken down People are looking for different kinds of identifications within your religion your ethnicity your family There is a need for belonging in people It was one of the things that struck me when I was looking at the propaganda of Islamic State which is not only about violence A lot of it is about belonging and questions of racism Its promise is that you can come here and be with your brothers (it is not really designed for women) Here is a place where no one will treat you differently for your skin colour The Islamic State taps into the need for belonging and the dissatisfaction with the state of belonging people are in Fiction enlarges your empathy Do you hope that this novel allows the blacks and the whites to become grey There is black and white of course I don’t want someone to read it and say okay maybe Islamic State isn’t so bad after all But it really struck me how young some of these men going to the IS were — 17- and 18-year-olds barely out of childhood And just to say that they are evil and violent…what is going on here What is being done to them That is a question I hope people will think about You wrote in The Guardian about how getting a British citizenship was a form of being betrayed and a betrayal Is loyalty something you think about a lot Personally I do not feel conflicted in my loyalties to two countries That I have these two different nations is a source of strength rather than any kind of conflict for me But these are questions I see in the world quite a lot As a writer I am interested in them Through my novels I want to understand this better When you are not writing what keeps you going Friends food cricket? helping to preserve it from degradation over time. 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