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Arguably: Selected Essays - Christopher Hitchens
Arguably: Selected Essays
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781742377391
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Pages no: 788
Edition language: English
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Sad Books Say So Much
Sad Books Say So Much rated it
Christopher Hitchens' last book (he passed away in December 2011) was my introduction to his writing. I would bestow upon this book the ultimate compliment - I expected to hate it, and ended up thoroughly transfixed and delighted with the breadth of Hitchens' knowledge and the courage of his convict...
Loves books and cats
Loves books and cats rated it
Not bad. Some of the essays were too dated to be truly interesting, but I enjoyed much of this book. Hitchens was always thought-provoking in his arguments.
Edward rated it
5.0 Arguably: Selected Essays
IntroductionAll American--Gods of Our Fathers: The United States of Enlightenment--The Private Jefferson--Jefferson Versus the Muslim Pirates--Benjamin Franklin: Free and Easy--John Brown: The Man Who Ended Slavery--Abraham Lincoln: Misery's Child--Mark Twain: American Radical--Upton Sinclair: A Cap...
A Few Thoughts
A Few Thoughts rated it
5.0 Arguably: Selected Essays
I'm always a little disheartened to near the end of one of Christopher's little tomes (can this one properly be called "little"?), but I am saddest to see this one go of any I've so far devoured. Dozens of essays, some 850 pages, and not a bad page crossed my line of sight. Virtually every moment ...
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5.0 'Arguably' by Christopher Hitchens (2011)
Christopher Hitchens, Arguably (London: Atlantic Books, 2012), 788pp As a reflection of its author, Arguably, a compendium of the writings of the late Christopher Hitchens, is a success. Upon completion of this tome, one feels as if one has acquired an appreciation of the man's character and intel...
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