A discussion about Christopher Hitchens

April 16, 2012


A discussion about the life and work of author Christopher Hitchens with his friends and fellow authors: Salman Rushdie, Martin Amis, James Fenton & Ian McEwan.

Watch it here (charlierose.com)

7 comments:

John Nazelrod said...

Very touching conversation with Hitch's most dear friends.

Charles Warn said...

I could hear Hitch smirking.

Anonymous said...

Lovely discussion.

fuckthetaliban said...

i guess basically the message of this discussion is "if you connected with hitchens based on any conservative stances he took then screw you you're not wanted". how heartwarming. the hitchens fan club is for liberals only, apparently. Then Salman Rushdie, a man whom I once respected, then proclaims that the man who stood up against liberal apathy toward islam extremism is "not the real hitch". What gives him the right to make that judgement? Very depressing.

Anonymous said...

Hitchen is facing the wrath of Allah's anger. He denied the existence of God eventhough he had no power over death.

Anonymous said...

In all of Hitchens' discussion and writing of an anti-religious nature. I can't understand why he so self identified with living 110% on such a wide variety of politics that tend to be psuedo-religious in nature of their existence.

Steve H said...

Such as?

 
 
 

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