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Vanity Fair's Writers on Writers
For nearly a dozen years, Christopher Hitchens contributed an essay on books each month to The Atlantic.
Christopher Hitchens on Freedom of Speech Reader's
What I'll Miss About Hitchens By Lee Siegel The price paid for celebrity is caricature, and by the end of his rich, accomplished life, Christopher Hitchens had become everyone’s lovable curmudgeon. It will include many of his columns for Vanity Fair, and will be released by Atlantic Books, which published his bestselling God Is Not Great, Hitch-22 and Arguably.
Christopher Hitchens' esophageal cancer, in his own
Christopher Hitchens, the controversial writer and cable news pundit who was critical of Mel Gibson, Michael Moore and other hh-profile personalities, died Thursday of pneumonia after a long battle with esophageal cancer. Hitchens died at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, according to where he had served as a contributing editor since 1992.
Christopher Hitchens Unspoken Truths Vanity
A collection of beloved authors on beloved writers, including Martin Amis on Saul Bellow, Truman Capote on Willa Cather, and Salman Rushdie on Christopher Hitchens, as featured in Vanity Fair What did Christopher Hitchens think of Dorothy Parker? Vanity Fair has published many of the most interesting writers and thinkers of our time.
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