And Yet …

Essays

Publisher: Signal
From "one of the most lucid and humane voices of our age" (The Globe and Mail) comes a collection of new essays, companion to the bestselling Arguably.


Christopher Hitchens was known for his erudition and pitch-perfect, oftentimes argumentative prose, and in this new collection of essays that span his storied career, he is no different. No subject is safe: Bosnia, Norman Mailer, Helen Mirren, Hitler--and yes, Bill and Hillary Clinton.
     Lively and smart, angry and thoughtful, and a perfect companion to his bestselling Arguably, And Yet ... is classic Christopher Hitchens. It will delight fans and critics alike.

PRAISE FOR

Praise for Arguably:
 • "He is, first and last, a writer, an always exciting, often exacting, furious polemicist... Arguably forcefully proves this point." --The Boston Globe
 • "Christopher Hitchens is the greatest living essayist in the English language." --Christopher Buckley
 • "If Hitchens didn't exist, we wouldn't be able to invent him." --Ian McEwan