Alejandro Jofre's Reviews > The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice

The Missionary Position by Christopher Hitchens
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Mar 21, 11

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Read from September 15 to 30, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 1

WHAT MADE ME READ IT: DRS BOOK # 8
50th PAGE EVAL: Dry, a big long essay with very grown up words. It reminded me of a college paper. It presented many truths that I already had believed to be true. However it opened my eyes to: 1) Mother Teresa lives the truth of the Catholic Church (No preservatives, submission), and forces poverty on the poor.
PLOT: Hitchens takes through some of the historical interviews, comments, and interviews, as well as documented facts in the life of Mother Teresa
NOTES: I was looking forward to reading this book having seen Hitchens in a couple TV appearances. However, his wittiness was absent.
THOUGHT PROVOKING
IT MADE ME (DO) : No more money to Charities of poverty
IT MADE ME READ Not more Hitchens:
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