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A Tribute to Christopher Hitchens, 1949–2011

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From NPR

Writer Christopher Hitchens Dies At 62

For Hitchens, In Life And Death, An Unaware Cosmos

 

From New York Public Library

Christopher Hitchens: Some Confessions and Contradictions - 6/4/2010 Interview

 

Christopher Hitchens, tackling nearly everything with unmatched enthusiasm, erudition and, at times venom, has up to now barely touched upon one subject: his own life.

After many years writing about world issues and traveling to some of the most dangerous places on the planet, comes his memoir
Hitch-22. Though Hitchens can navigate any argument with great dexterity, his memoir focuses on those whom he has loved, those he has abhorred, and those who have helped shape him throughout his life. The memoir answers this question: How the hell did Christopher Hitchens become Christopher Hitchens?

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