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Hitchens' Widow On Mourning And 'Mortality'

For 18 months, while undergoing treatment for esophageal cancer, Christopher Hitchens chronicled his experience of "living dyingly" in a series of essays for Vanity Fair. Those essays and never-before published notes from Hitchens' final days, are compiled in the posthumous book Mortality.

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