The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell: 1914-1944

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Little, Brown, 1968 - Philosophers - 356 pages
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User Review  - robertsgirl - LibraryThing

This is supposed to be one of the greatest autobiographies written. Russell knew a large number of prominent people of his age. He was a free thinker about sex, and a most controversial figure. Vol II brgins at the start of WWI thru WWII. Read full review

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User Review  - jamclash - LibraryThing

Peak into the world of a true renaissance man. It begins to divert about halfway through towards his relationships and marriage, but his insight is keen and his writing is excellent. Read full review


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