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The Missionary Position , by the sake of its cover alone, is arguably one of the most bold polemics in recent memory. The title itself forces you to picture the wrinkled, ancient, and now deceased, woman on the cover Let me pause while I shudder quickly. Despite the pure shock power of the title, Hitchens' originally preferred title may have been more appropriate,. Despite the pure shock power of the title, Hitchens' originally preferred title may have been more appropriate, The Sacred Cow.
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The Missionary Position

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The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice by Christopher Hitchens

Mother Theresa is not who she is represented to be in the media. She is a cynical politician and cult leader, mixing it up with brutal dictators when that serves her purposes, refusing to use her vast Perhaps a little short - as others have said, it would have been good to see Hitchens take twice as many pages to eviscerate Mother Theresa. Nevertheless, Hitchens is always a great read and he covers the topic reasonably completely.
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The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice

By the end of this elegantly written, brilliantly argued piece of polemic, it is not looking good for Mother Teresa. Du kanske gillar. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar.
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It is a critique of the work and philosophy of Mother Teresa , the founder of an international Roman Catholic religious congregation , and it challenges the mainstream media's assessment of her charitable efforts. In length pages, [1] it was re-issued in paperback and ebook form with a foreword by Thomas Mallon in The book's thesis, as summarized by one critic, was that "Mother Teresa is less interested in helping the poor than in using them as an indefatigable source of wretchedness on which to fuel the expansion of her fundamentalist Roman Catholic beliefs. Hitchens addressed the subject of Mother Teresa on several occasions before publishing The Missionary Position. In he devoted one of his regular columns in The Nation to her.
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