BookReview: Hitch-22: A Memoir
by Christopher Hitchens, Twelve, June 2, 2010, B00351DSAU
Christopher Hitchens is a polymath. There's simply no doubt about it. I think that's why his autobiography is not all that fascinating. It's full of pithy and revealing quotes, but it is both self-congratulating and self-flagellating at the same time. I stopped reading it midway through.
Via Rob 12/19/2010
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