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Neil Gaiman Talking To Shaun Tan

TAN: As an adolescent people would always say I was not expressive and they always made the mistake of thinking that I didn't feel anything, because I didn't react to things. My mind reacts but usually a long time after the fact - if something exciting happens I'll just sort of go "okaaaay, let me process that", and then three days later I'm excited about it, when everyone else has left the room... It's also an Australian thing and particularly characteristic of rural Australians. People have all these emotions - they're just not verbalising them.


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