Contributed by: Giulia Pelosi Published: 04/04/2018 Article Themes: whyreadingmatters
By Giulia Pelosi, Worldreader Gender Specialist
Contributed by: Philip Pullman Published: 26/02/2018 Audio Themes: RSLFellow, whyLiteratureMatters, whyreadingmatters
For the second of our Literature Matters event RSL Vice President Philip Pullman discusses the importance of reading.
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Rory Stewart, OBE, FRSL FRSGS is a British politician, diplomat, and writer. After a brief period in the British army, he joined the Foreign Office, serving in the Embassy in Indonesia and as British Representative in Montenegro, Yugoslavia. In 2002 he …
Rory Stewart recommends Arabian Sands, The Natural History of Aleppo, The Ruin of Britain, The Barburnama: Memoirs of Babur.
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