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Though now gravely ill, British-American intellectual Christopher Hitchens remains emphatically a party of one. How else can one describe a controversialist who has on occasion defended both Vladimir Lenin and George W. Bush, named as his favorite musicians J.S. Bach and Bob Dylan, and listed as his favorite occupation "traveling in contested territory." Not content with the battles still raging over his God Is Not Great, Hitchens wrote a robust, contentious, pointedly godless autobiography. Hitch 22 fully justifies the Times Literary Supplement description of him as "a loose cannon, a sharp wit, an ironist, a polemicist of exceptional talent, an editor's dream." A Barnes & Noble Bestseller; now in paperback and NOOKbook.