by Christopher Hitchens
Editor: ATLANTIC BOOKS
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Christopher Hitchens collapsed in his hotel room with excruciating pain in his chest during the American book of the tour for his memory, Hitchens’ Sleeping 22.As he would later write to the premiere of a series of deeply moving Vanity Fair plays, he was expelled “from the land of the property across the hard border that delimits the land of disease”.Over the next year he has experienced the full strength of modern cancer treatment.Mortality is both a ruthlessly honest account of the ravages of disease, a cancer examination of the etiquette, and the coda of a long-lasting ferocious and unparalleled prose debate.In this movement of personal account, from sickness, Hitchens confronts himself with his own death – and he is combative and dignified, full of verve and spirit to the last.
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