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B-Book 44: Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
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Submitted by on August 20, 2015 – 2:07 am No Comment

A list of resources from around the Web about or by Christopher Hitchens as selected by researchers and editors of The New York Times.christopherhitchens

The New York Times Reviews of Books by Christopher Hitchens
–  ‘Imperial Spoils: The Curious Case of the Elgin Marbles’ (1989)
–  ‘The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice’(1996)
– ‘Letters to a Young Contrarian’(2001)
– ‘Love, Poverty, and War: Journeys and Essays’ (2005)
– ‘Thomas Jefferson: Author of America’ (2005)
– ‘God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything’ (2005)
– ‘Hitch-22: A Memoir’ (2010)
– ‘Arguably’ (2011)

Articles by Christopher Hitchens
– “David Mamet’s Right-Wing Conversion”  (Jun. 19, 2011)
– “The Boy Who Lived” (Aug. 12, 2007)
– “God Save the Queen” (Jul. 8, 2007)
– “Transgressing the Boundaries” (May 22, 2005)
– “Blessed Are the Phrasemakers” (May 18, 2005)
– “A War Hero and an Antiwar Hero” (Aug. 15, 2004)

Links to Read More:  NYT

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