Tagged:All posts tagged: Christopher Hitchens

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Culture

The Last Interview: Revisiting Christopher Hitchens in 2017

A new collection of interviews with the late writer inspires curiosity about where his iconoclastic voice and views would fit in today's world.

Issues

What Now: 8 Books to Understand Death

Casey Jarman, editor behind the new book Death: An Oral History, shared eight books that are musts to fully understand death.

Writing

Scrooge Approved: 15 Author Quotes for Bah-Humbuggers

Here's a batch of author quotes sympathetic to bah-humbuggers, conscientious objectors, and those deferring their merriment until a better year comes along.

News

Don’t Fear the Reaper: 5 Wry Memoirs for All Hallow’s Eve

Halloween, as scholars of myth tell us, is rooted in the idea of laughing in the face of death. Your holiday will not be complete without these stories taking a lighter approach to a very, umm, grave subject.

News

George Orwell in Life and Literature

January 21 marks the anniversary of the death, in 1950, of George Orwell, whose deeply humane and politically astute writings become more relevant every year.

Books

From the Pacific Crest to Fatwa: The Best Memoirs of 2012

Following up our roundup of the biographies that made the strongest showings in the year-end lists, here are the autobiographies and memoirs that most impressed critics (and us) in 2012.