Christopher hitchens essays on cancer

I suppose I can just about bear to watch the "inspections" pantomime a second time. Christopher Hitchens

  • Regions and Countries September 12, 2002 Appointment in Samarra? How would people be discussing the issue of "regime change" in Iraq if the question were not being forced upon them by the Administration?

    Just dip into Hitch’s massive essay collection, “Arguably,” published last year by Hachette Book Group’s Twelve collection. It’s a terrific reminder of the erudition and range of which Hitch was capable and of his great gifted ’s a lot about homosexuals and homosexuality in many of the assembled articles — just look at his devastating readings of that old closet case Somerset Maugham, or his send-up of the ex-bugger Stephen Spender, who went to great lengths to expunge his youthful homoerotic poetry from later editions of his collected poems and rewrote other poems to remove lines betraying his attractions to boys. Hitch neatly dispatches Spender, who began as a Communist and ended up editing a CIA front magazine called Encounter as a somewhat reactionary curmudgeon, by quoting this devastating limerick:

    Christopher hitchens essays on cancer

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