HITCH-22: A Memoir

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Hitchens (Thomas Jefferson: Author of America, 2009, etc.) offers an engrossing account of his lives as a British Navy brat, a socialist activist and a leading essayist and intellectual of our time.Now in his early 60s, the author grew up a bookish, self-confident, lower-middle-class boy in the British provinces. He has few memories of his father, "The Commander," a taciturn career Navy man, but ... Read full review

Review: Hitch22: A Memoir

Editorial Review - - Harvey Freedenberg

If you find yourself in the midst of Christopher Hitchens's memoir and he hasn't said something to anger, inspire, or at least annoy you, wait a few pages. More the account of an intellectual and political odyssey than a conventional autobiography, HITCH22 chronicles the criticjournalistactivist's often stormtossed journey across the ideological spectrum. What makes it a most rewarding trip is ... Read full review

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