A while back in my post “Introducing Mr. Chesterton,” I opined on how much I wished C.K. Chesterton and Christopher Hitchens could have met in person and “let fly,” so to speak.
Well, my wish was at least considered. Over at the Catholic Exchange Zac Alstin has a great article on a review of a Chesterton biography which Hitchens wrote for The Atlantic magazine. Needless to say, HItchens tore into G.K. with gusto, characterizing him as “deeply unserious and frivolous.” An easy thing to do when your target is dead.
Fortunately, Zac Alstin does an admirable job filling in for Gil. If you have the time and are interested in such things, read it.
Oh, but if only . . .