Mortals and Others: Volume 16 (Routledge Classics) by Bertrand Russell

By Bertrand Russell

Between 1931 and 1935, Bertrand Russell contributed a few 156 essays to the literary pages of the yankee newspaper New York American. those have been usually enjoyable, funny observations at the very actual problems with the day, akin to the melancholy, the increase of Nazism and Prohibition, to extra perennial topics resembling love, parenthood, schooling and friendship. Available for the 1st time in the Routledge Classics sequence in a single volume, this pithy, provocative and often-personal choice of essays brings jointly some of the best of Russell’s many contributions to the New York American, and proves simply as enticing for today’s readers as they have been within the 1930s.

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