The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, Volume 2

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McClelland and Stewart, 1968 - Philosophers - 498 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

Contents

Russia
129
China
175
Second Marriage
217
Copyright

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