Richard Flanagan

author, 'The Narrow Road to the Deep North'

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Flanagan’s Booker-nominated novel, titled after a travelogue written by 17 th  century Japanese poet Basho, follows the building of the Burma-Siam Railway during WWII.

Richard Flanagan: The Narrow Road to the Deep North

Flanagan’s Booker-nominated novel, titled after a travelogue written by 17 th  century Japanese poet Basho, follows the building of the Burma-Siam Railway during WWII.

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