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from Minding the Darkness

from Minding the Darkness P E T E R D A L E S C O T T from (IV.xi) 21 August 1998 In the Bishop's Palace in Oporto overlooking the old port on the river Douro with its huge advertisements for port Graham Dow the same Scots families as in India and Montreal where we all spoke on East Timor including the leader of a Muslim student group from Indonesia facing possible imprisonment when he went back home George Aditjondro (already banished from his country his passport invalidated for defending East Timor and showing how Indonesia's wealth was not so much Chinese as concentrated in the hands of a tiny clique surrounding Soeharto) the Argentinian lawyer who in the time of the generals spoke for the mothers of the desaparacidos and most dramatically Jakarta Post 8/14 /98 X the East Timorese whose own risk on her return was not arrest but disappearance and who against the advice of her friend Professor Barbedo told the group how she had been raped I finally met Max Lane the translator of Pramoedya Indonesia's greatest living writer often mentioned as a candidate for the Nobel Prize for literature and I said to him Pramoedya is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

from Minding the Darkness

Manoa , Volume 12 (1) – Apr 1, 2000

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P E T E R D A L E S C O T T from (IV.xi) 21 August 1998 In the Bishop's Palace in Oporto overlooking the old port on the river Douro with its huge advertisements for port Graham Dow the same Scots families as in India and Montreal where we all spoke on East Timor including the leader of a Muslim student group from Indonesia facing possible imprisonment when he went back home George Aditjondro (already banished from his country his passport invalidated for defending East Timor and showing how Indonesia's wealth was not so much Chinese as concentrated in the hands of a tiny clique surrounding Soeharto) the Argentinian lawyer who in the time of the generals spoke for the mothers of the desaparacidos and most dramatically Jakarta Post 8/14 /98 X the East Timorese whose own risk on her return was not arrest but disappearance and who against the advice of her friend Professor Barbedo told the group how she had been raped I finally met Max Lane the translator of Pramoedya Indonesia's greatest living writer often mentioned as a candidate for the Nobel Prize for literature and I said to him Pramoedya is

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