Autobiography of Bertrand Russell: 1872-1914
by Bertrand Russell

Not as good as The Final Years: 1944-1969. The blurbs on the cover made me expect a lot of gossip and surprises. He actually led a chaste life up to the end of his first marriage. His family was part of the aristocracy, and he knew all the leaders of England from the time he was a child.

Year Read: 1982


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