Freedom to Write Lecture
Author Christopher Hitchens delivered the 2010 PEN World Voices Festival’s Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture. The lecture was titled “Crucibles: Past and Present.” A conversation between Mr. Hitchens and author Salman Rushdie, chair of the PEN World Voices Festival, followed the lecture. The event was held at Cooper Union in New York City. close
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Christopher Hitchens Contributing Editor Vanity Fair
Salman Rushdie Chair PEN World Voices Festival
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