Unacknowledged Legislation: Writers in the Public Sphere

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Verso, 2000 - Literary Collections - 358 pages
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Hitchens provides rich evidence that his own sallies as a political journalist are nourished by a close engagement with a broad sweep of novelists.

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User Review  - Tyler Malone - Goodreads

The French and Latin phrases stop the prose dead, which is a shame. For his skepticism, one would think that Hitchens would have hated if or when he heard preachers speak Greek to their sheep, so why ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mark Nenadov - Goodreads

As I began to read this book, my expectations were pretty high. Christopher Hitchens is a great writer and a witty literary critic. I was slightly underwhelmed, though. All of these essays have ... Read full review

Contents

The Wilde Side
3
Lord Trouble
17
Oh Lionel
44
Copyright

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Christopher Hitchens is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and the author of the best-selling God Is Not Great. His books published by Verso include The Trial of Henry Kissinger, No One Left to Lie To, The Missionary Position, Unacknowledged Legislation, The Parthenon Marbles, Hostage to History, and more.

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