Tag Archives: Christopher Hitchens

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The Man Who Loved Dogs

Skillful and tasteful aggregation has great utility in this overabundance.

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Book Birthdays, November 24: Posthumous Christopher Hitchens, Oliver Sacks

And Yet by Christopher Hitchens

New books born November 24th by Christopher Hitchens, Oliver Sacks, and Julianna Baggott.

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10 Best Books I Didn’t Read in 2012

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The top ten books that I didn’t read this year include Hitchens’ Mortality, Ron Rash’s The Cove, and Junot Diaz’s This Is How You Lose Her.

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Monday’s Margins: Happy Baby Movie, Hallelujah!

Happy Baby movie

Stephen Elliott is making a Happy Baby movie (with your help), Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” is a religious experience, and the NY Times overlooks 25 good books.

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Monday’s Margins: Remnick on Havel; Christopher Hitchens; Gifts for Writers and Readers

Vaclev Havel has died. David Remnick composed a top-ten reading list of Vaclev Havel and Beyond…

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Monday’s Margins: Christopher Hitchens, Hugo Award Nominees, Roger Ebert, Daniel Okrent

Martin Amis hails the peerless intelligence and rhetorical ingenuity of his exceptional friend, Christopher Hitchens.

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Christopher Hitchens on Letters to a Young Contrarian

Christopher Hitchens

“I personally believe that there is a clash of civilizations. I don’t see why people are so reluctant to adopt this view. I think it’s because they wish there were not… since there is one, let it be well-conducted on our side.”

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Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Hitchens

“Punish the guilty. Do justice to the victims. It’s not to ask very much. This is a rich society that won the Cold War. It has nothing to fear from this inquiry. That’s what justice would look like.”

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