Hitch 22 : A Memoir
by Christopher Hitchens
Editor: ATLANTIC BOOKS
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In this long-awaited and candid memory, Hitchens traces the traces of his life, from his childhood in Portsmouth, with his worship, tragic of the mother and reserved officer of the Navy father, to his life in Washington DC, the base from which he was to launch violent attacks against tyranny of all kinds.Along the way, he recalls girls, boys and alcoholic beverages; friendships and quarrels; the great struggles and lost causes; and the mistakes and hesitations that characterized his life.Hitch 22 is, in turn, funny and moving, charming and exasperating, enraged and inspiring.It is an essential complement to the life and thought of our eminent political writer.
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