The Uncommon Reader at Sydney Writers’ Festival (23 May, 2013)

What makes a good reader? How does one develop and sustain a critical instinct? Three engaging critics and writers shared some of the books that inspired and compelled them — with James Wood from The New Yorker, Geordie Williamson of The Australian, and author Jane Gleeson-White, who blogs her bookish thoughts at Chair: writer and reviewer Tegan Bennett Daylight.

Thanks to The University of Sydney for this podcast.

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