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Lydia Syson, part 1

Lydia Syson

Lydia Syson speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about childhood in Botswana, the perils of Critical Theory and obsessive accuracy. Lydia Syson speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about childhood freedom in Botswana, how Critical Theory nearly destroyed her writing career, history as vicarious travel and her obsessive accuracy when it comes to historical and geographical details.


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