The Resource Arguably : essays, by Christopher Hitchens

Arguably : essays, by Christopher Hitchens

Label
Arguably : essays
Title
Arguably
Title remainder
essays
Statement of responsibility
by Christopher Hitchens
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
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Hitchens, Christopher
Index
index present
LC call number
PN4874.H52
LC item number
A5 2012
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Essays
  • American essays
Target audience
adult
Label
Arguably : essays, by Christopher Hitchens
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Publication
Note
Include index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 21
  • 389
  • Stieg Larsson: The Author Who Played with Fire
  • 397
  • As American as Apple Pie
  • 403
  • So Many Men's Rooms, So Little Time
  • 411
  • New Commandments
  • 414
  • In Your Face
  • John Brown: The Man Who Ended Slavery
  • 423
  • Wine Drinkers of the World, Unite
  • 426
  • Charles, Prince of Piffle
  • 429
  • Offshore Accounts
  • Afghanistan's Dangerous Bet
  • 435
  • First, Silence the Whistle-Blower
  • 445
  • 28
  • Believe Me, It's Torture
  • 448
  • Iran's Waiting Game
  • 455
  • Long Live Democratic Seismology
  • 467
  • Benazir Bhutto: Daughter of Destiny
  • 471
  • From Abbottabad to Worse
  • 474
  • Abraham Lincoln: Misery's Child
  • Perils of Partition
  • 480
  • Algeria: A French Quarrel
  • 493
  • Case of Orientalism
  • 498
  • Edward Said: Where the Twain Should Have Met
  • 504
  • Swastika and the Cedar
  • 513
  • 34
  • Holiday in Iraq
  • 519
  • Tunisia: At the Desert's Edge
  • 526
  • What Happened to the Suicide Bombers or Jerusalem?
  • 532
  • Childhood's End: An African Nightmare
  • 535
  • Vietnam Syndrome
  • 541
  • Mark Twain: American Radical
  • Once Upon a Time in Germany
  • 548
  • Worse Than Nineteen Eighty-four
  • 553
  • North Korea: A Nation of Racist Dwarves
  • 556
  • Eighteenth Brumaire of the Castro Dynasty
  • 559
  • Hugo Boss
  • 563
  • 40
  • Is the Euro Doomed?
  • 566
  • Overstating Jewish Power
  • 569
  • Case for Humanitarian Intervention
  • 573
  • Legacies of Totalitarianism
  • Victor Serge: Pictures from an Inquisition
  • 585
  • Andre Malraux: One Man's Fate
  • Upton Sinclair: A Capitalist Primer
  • 595
  • Arthur Koestler: The Zealot
  • 602
  • Isabel Allende: Chile Redux
  • 607
  • Persian Version
  • 617
  • Martin Amis: Lightness at Midnight
  • 625
  • Imagining Hitler
  • 47
  • 640
  • Victor Klemperer: Survivor
  • 652
  • A War Worth Fighting
  • 661
  • Just Give Peace a Chance?
  • 669
  • W G. Sebald: Requiem for Germany
  • 673
  • Words' Worth
  • JFK: In Sickness and by Stealth
  • When the King Saved God
  • 687
  • Let Them Eat Pork Rinds
  • 697
  • Stand Up for Denmark!
  • 704
  • Eschew the Taboo
  • 709
  • She's No Fundamentalist
  • 712
  • All American
  • 54
  • Burned Out
  • 716
  • Easter Charade
  • 719
  • Don't Mince Words
  • 722
  • History and Mystery
  • 726
  • Words Matter
  • 730
  • Saul Bellow: The Great Assimilator
  • This Was Not Looting
  • 733
  • This Other L-Word
  • 736
  • You Decade
  • 739
  • Suck It Up
  • 742
  • A Very, Very Dirty Word
  • 745
  • 62
  • Prisoner of Shelves
  • 748
  • Vladimir Nabokov: Hurricane Lolita
  • 70
  • John Updike, Part One: No Way
  • 78
  • John Updike, Part Two: Mr. Geniality
  • 85
  • Vidal Loco
  • Gods of Our Fathers: The United States of Enlightenment
  • 89
  • America the Banana Republic
  • 94
  • An Anglosphere Future
  • 99
  • Political Animals
  • 108
  • Old Enough to Die
  • 117
  • In Defense of Foxhole Atheists
  • 3
  • 124
  • In Search of the Washington Novel
  • 131
  • Eclectic Affinities
  • Isaac Newton: Flaws of Gravity
  • 139
  • Men Who Made England: Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall
  • 146
  • Edmund Burke: Reactionary Prophet
  • 152
  • Private Jefferson
  • Samuel Johnson: Demons and Dictionaries
  • 165
  • Gustave Flaubert: I'm with Stupide
  • 171
  • Dark Side of Dickens
  • 175
  • Marx's Journalism: The Grub Street Years
  • 180
  • Rebecca West: Things Worth Fighting For
  • 191
  • 8
  • Ezra Pound: A Revolutionary Simpleton
  • 222
  • On Animal Farm
  • 228
  • Jessica Mitford's Poison Pen
  • 237
  • W. Somerset Maugham: Poor Old Willie
  • 242
  • Evelyn Waugh: The Permanent Adolescent
  • 250
  • Jefferson Versus the Muslim Pirates
  • P. G. Wodehouse: The Honorable Schoolboy
  • 265
  • Anthony Powell: An Omnivorous Curiosity
  • 276
  • John Buchan: Spy Thrillers Father
  • 290
  • Graham Greene: I'll Be Damned
  • 297
  • Death from a Salesman: Graham Greene's Bottled Ontology
  • 308
  • 12
  • Loving Philip Larkin
  • 323
  • Stephen Spender: A Nice Bloody Fool
  • 332
  • Edward Upward: The Captive Mind
  • 340
  • C. L. R. James: Mid Off Not Right On
  • 347
  • J. G. Ballard: The Catastrophist
  • 353
  • Benjamin Franklin: Free and Easy
  • Fraser's Flashman: Scoundrel Time
  • 358
  • Fleet Street's Finest: From Waugh to Frayn
  • 365
  • Saki: Where the Wild Things Are
  • 375
  • Harry Potter: The Boy Who Lived
  • 380
  • Amusements, Annoyances, and Disappointments
  • Why Women Aren't Funny
Control code
ocn776526177
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
First trade edition.
Extent
xix, 788 pages
Isbn
9781455502783
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
814.54 H636AR 2012 ; XX-N ; DLG ; C1211BT8.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 776526177
  • (Sirsi) 776526177
  • (OCoLC)776526177
Label
Arguably : essays, by Christopher Hitchens
Publication
Note
Include index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 21
  • 389
  • Stieg Larsson: The Author Who Played with Fire
  • 397
  • As American as Apple Pie
  • 403
  • So Many Men's Rooms, So Little Time
  • 411
  • New Commandments
  • 414
  • In Your Face
  • John Brown: The Man Who Ended Slavery
  • 423
  • Wine Drinkers of the World, Unite
  • 426
  • Charles, Prince of Piffle
  • 429
  • Offshore Accounts
  • Afghanistan's Dangerous Bet
  • 435
  • First, Silence the Whistle-Blower
  • 445
  • 28
  • Believe Me, It's Torture
  • 448
  • Iran's Waiting Game
  • 455
  • Long Live Democratic Seismology
  • 467
  • Benazir Bhutto: Daughter of Destiny
  • 471
  • From Abbottabad to Worse
  • 474
  • Abraham Lincoln: Misery's Child
  • Perils of Partition
  • 480
  • Algeria: A French Quarrel
  • 493
  • Case of Orientalism
  • 498
  • Edward Said: Where the Twain Should Have Met
  • 504
  • Swastika and the Cedar
  • 513
  • 34
  • Holiday in Iraq
  • 519
  • Tunisia: At the Desert's Edge
  • 526
  • What Happened to the Suicide Bombers or Jerusalem?
  • 532
  • Childhood's End: An African Nightmare
  • 535
  • Vietnam Syndrome
  • 541
  • Mark Twain: American Radical
  • Once Upon a Time in Germany
  • 548
  • Worse Than Nineteen Eighty-four
  • 553
  • North Korea: A Nation of Racist Dwarves
  • 556
  • Eighteenth Brumaire of the Castro Dynasty
  • 559
  • Hugo Boss
  • 563
  • 40
  • Is the Euro Doomed?
  • 566
  • Overstating Jewish Power
  • 569
  • Case for Humanitarian Intervention
  • 573
  • Legacies of Totalitarianism
  • Victor Serge: Pictures from an Inquisition
  • 585
  • Andre Malraux: One Man's Fate
  • Upton Sinclair: A Capitalist Primer
  • 595
  • Arthur Koestler: The Zealot
  • 602
  • Isabel Allende: Chile Redux
  • 607
  • Persian Version
  • 617
  • Martin Amis: Lightness at Midnight
  • 625
  • Imagining Hitler
  • 47
  • 640
  • Victor Klemperer: Survivor
  • 652
  • A War Worth Fighting
  • 661
  • Just Give Peace a Chance?
  • 669
  • W G. Sebald: Requiem for Germany
  • 673
  • Words' Worth
  • JFK: In Sickness and by Stealth
  • When the King Saved God
  • 687
  • Let Them Eat Pork Rinds
  • 697
  • Stand Up for Denmark!
  • 704
  • Eschew the Taboo
  • 709
  • She's No Fundamentalist
  • 712
  • All American
  • 54
  • Burned Out
  • 716
  • Easter Charade
  • 719
  • Don't Mince Words
  • 722
  • History and Mystery
  • 726
  • Words Matter
  • 730
  • Saul Bellow: The Great Assimilator
  • This Was Not Looting
  • 733
  • This Other L-Word
  • 736
  • You Decade
  • 739
  • Suck It Up
  • 742
  • A Very, Very Dirty Word
  • 745
  • 62
  • Prisoner of Shelves
  • 748
  • Vladimir Nabokov: Hurricane Lolita
  • 70
  • John Updike, Part One: No Way
  • 78
  • John Updike, Part Two: Mr. Geniality
  • 85
  • Vidal Loco
  • Gods of Our Fathers: The United States of Enlightenment
  • 89
  • America the Banana Republic
  • 94
  • An Anglosphere Future
  • 99
  • Political Animals
  • 108
  • Old Enough to Die
  • 117
  • In Defense of Foxhole Atheists
  • 3
  • 124
  • In Search of the Washington Novel
  • 131
  • Eclectic Affinities
  • Isaac Newton: Flaws of Gravity
  • 139
  • Men Who Made England: Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall
  • 146
  • Edmund Burke: Reactionary Prophet
  • 152
  • Private Jefferson
  • Samuel Johnson: Demons and Dictionaries
  • 165
  • Gustave Flaubert: I'm with Stupide
  • 171
  • Dark Side of Dickens
  • 175
  • Marx's Journalism: The Grub Street Years
  • 180
  • Rebecca West: Things Worth Fighting For
  • 191
  • 8
  • Ezra Pound: A Revolutionary Simpleton
  • 222
  • On Animal Farm
  • 228
  • Jessica Mitford's Poison Pen
  • 237
  • W. Somerset Maugham: Poor Old Willie
  • 242
  • Evelyn Waugh: The Permanent Adolescent
  • 250
  • Jefferson Versus the Muslim Pirates
  • P. G. Wodehouse: The Honorable Schoolboy
  • 265
  • Anthony Powell: An Omnivorous Curiosity
  • 276
  • John Buchan: Spy Thrillers Father
  • 290
  • Graham Greene: I'll Be Damned
  • 297
  • Death from a Salesman: Graham Greene's Bottled Ontology
  • 308
  • 12
  • Loving Philip Larkin
  • 323
  • Stephen Spender: A Nice Bloody Fool
  • 332
  • Edward Upward: The Captive Mind
  • 340
  • C. L. R. James: Mid Off Not Right On
  • 347
  • J. G. Ballard: The Catastrophist
  • 353
  • Benjamin Franklin: Free and Easy
  • Fraser's Flashman: Scoundrel Time
  • 358
  • Fleet Street's Finest: From Waugh to Frayn
  • 365
  • Saki: Where the Wild Things Are
  • 375
  • Harry Potter: The Boy Who Lived
  • 380
  • Amusements, Annoyances, and Disappointments
  • Why Women Aren't Funny
Control code
ocn776526177
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
First trade edition.
Extent
xix, 788 pages
Isbn
9781455502783
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
814.54 H636AR 2012 ; XX-N ; DLG ; C1211BT8.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 776526177
  • (Sirsi) 776526177
  • (OCoLC)776526177

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