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“…the literary equivalent of a concert by the Three Tenors — or perhaps a friendlier version of the Yalta conference,” wrote The New York Times, “with three longtime allies jostling to carve up whatever territory might still be controlled by big-dude British literary novelists of a certain age.” The evening “included wry and often unprintable reminiscences about 1970s London literary life and the trio’s late and still-lamented friend Christopher Hitchens.”

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