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Christopher Hitchens, the writer and commentator once described as the heir to George Orwell, was given a posthumous honour at this year's Orwell Prize.
Christopher Hitchens, the writer and commentator who died last year, was last night honoured with a Memorial at this year's Orwell Prize, Britain’s most prestigious prize for political writing.
The PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature kicked off Monday night with a panel discussion about the life and work of Christopher Hitchens. Billed as a “tribute” to the writer, the promotional materials for the event said it would engage with this question, among others: “Did the man and his methods overshadow his ideas?”
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