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conservative pundit Pat Buchanan is a faux bonhomme, Hitchens quietly astounds us still with his characteristic combination of erudition and commonality Reading Hitchens was always a wry, witty pleasure now that hes gone, its like having a wonderful dream, a nocturnal visit from a beloved, brilliant friend Sara NelsonChristopher Hitchens is sorely missed, And Yet, reading his new book a bounty of famous scalps, thunder blasted targets, and a few love letters is such a powerful reminder of the late V.F contributing editor and notorious provocateur in chiefs erudite and scathing assessments of American culture, its almost as if hes here Vanity Fair A very good new collectionThe best reason to read And Yet may be its inclusion of a three part essay, On the Limits of Self Improvement, that Mr Hitchens wrote for Vanity Fair about trying to get himself in shape It is as hilarious as it is wise, and I predict it will be published before long as its own pocket size book The moment when Mr Hitchens undergoes the male version of a Brazilian bikini wax has yet to be recognized, but surely will be, as among the funniest passages in this countrys literature Dwight Garner, New York Times Dazzling, vintage Hitch essays in which he simply opens his eyes, describes what he sees and ends up hitting on human truth than youre likely to find in a score of properly scientific studies And Yet really does give us Hitchens at his best New York Times Book Review, Editors Choice And Yet gives us one taste of this devilishly smart and cantankerous writer, with a set of essays on politics, literature and society that have never appeared in book formthe overwhelming feeling this collection leaves is of a voice extinguished just when it was needed most that of a matchless, uncompromising observer Seattle Times Hitchens leaves a trail of brilliant, brawling and provocative quotes and ideas to consider, admire or deplore USA Today 3.5 4 stars This hefty collection of pieces shows no falling off 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American author, columnist, essayist, orator, religious literary critic, journalist Hitchens renowned oft controversial philosopher, journalist, debater spent majority life involved debates whose views disagreed with, providing lectures appearing talk shows regularly throughout professional career Quotes Author God Is Not Great quotes Owners dogs noticed that, if provide them food water shelter affection, they think god Letters Young Contrarian, One Left Lie To Values Worst Hitchens, Polemicist Who Slashed All, Freely Dec slashing polemicist tradition Thomas Paine George Orwell who trained sights targets various Henry Kissinger, monarchy Mother All Stories Atlantic nearly dozen years, contributed books each month Atlantic than ten books, including A Long Short War Postponed Topic YouTube Religion Mar gives Canada Speech November twenty minute speech originally About born critic contributor Vanity Political polemicist, youth took demonstrations against Vietnam War, joined such 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    • Hardcover
    • 353 pages
    • And Yet...: Essays
    • Christopher Hitchens
    • English
    • 2016-10-09T15:47+03:00