Hitch-22, A Memoir: Part 1 of 2 – Read by the Author

00:00. Epigraph

0:02:03 – Prologue with Premonitions

0:18:12 – Yvonne

1:17:02 – The Commander

1:54:35 – Fragments from an Education

2:33:50 – Cambridge

3:23:14 – The Sixties: Revolution in the Revolution (and Brideshead Regurgitated)

3:46:25 – Chris or Christopher?

4:25:41 – Havana versus Prague

5:07:07 – The Fenton Factor

6:15:31 – Martin

7:16:42 – Portugal to Poland

PART TWO: https://pastandpresent.page.link/H22-2

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