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By Crossbones, the ascendant Islamists — whom Farah terms "religionists" — are spoiling for war with Ethiopia, while piracy proliferates off the breakaway coastal region of Puntland. I spoke to Farah as a peace process was under way in Somalia that culminated in the inauguration last Sunday of the country's first elected president in decades. Growing up in Somalia and Ethiopia, and studying in India, he tells me, "I saw, on a daily basis, women beaten, girls not sent to school, and the injustices meted out to women. At a time when fiction in Africa was more focused on colonial power and emerging nationhood, Farah scrutinised the intimate power play between men and women.
The novel was subversive in other ways. His second trilogy was conceived when he returned to Somalia infor the first time in 22 years, and was taken hostage by a minor warlord. In Kismayo, "I was kept incommunicado for a few days. The warlord sent a technical [vehicle] with 16 gunmen; he'd been told wrongly that I was a journalist, and wanted me to write an article praising him. Reconsidering, his captors demanded that he deliver lectures. He complied, since there was nowhere to escape to. He shrugs at the absurdity: It was a country I didn't recognise, and many of the people in it were newcomers. But he was moved by his welcome as one of Somalia's most famous sons a celebrity matched only recently by the British Olympian Mo Farah: His father was an interpreter for the British governor, and his mother an oral poet.
He claims an American typewriter had much to do with his choice of literary language. But his efforts to write in Somali, once it gained a written script inwere curtailed by censorship. All his novels were later banned, and read only in smuggled copies. His first wife was a student from Bangalore whom he met while studying in Punjab "her father and I played chess"and their son is now an auditor in Detroit with two small daughters. When his second novel, A Naked Needleriled Somalia's despot, his brother advised him not to return. He was sentenced to death in absentia. He once challenged fellow Somalis to "study the structure of the Somali family and you will find mini-dictators imposing their will … We become replicas of the tyrant whom we hate.
His mother died inwhen it was still unsafe to return. He got married for a second time, to a British-Nigerian academic, and moved to northern Nigeria, then South Africa. In his talk in Norway, he described being in a "very difficult marriage, much worse and more debilitating than Nora's, even though I stayed in it As he sees it now, the collapse of Somalia "necessitated the creation of a foundation.
I was afloat, and needed an anchor. Marrying became an anchor — which was probably wrong. Two attempts at killing me were Wpman, in Nigeria and Rome. Secrets unfolds on the eve of civil war, and he deems it a pessimistic book. Xex a wantkng that predicts terrible days. The entire country was a death camp". Farah met his father for the first time in 17 years in a hospital in Mombasa, Kenya, and was told: In the non-fiction Yesterday, Tomorrowbased on conversations with Somali refugees, Farah extrapolates from his own exile the anguish of people without means, education or a writer's creativity, when their country ceases to exist.
The voices are "raw, tearful, pained". The book was spurred by "two types of Somali: I was interested in where the future of Somalia lay. Somalia, he says, is "full of stories. We say, 'one sick person; a hundred doctors'.