Bertrand Russell: The Ghost of Madness, 1921-1970, Volume 2
The second volume of Russell's biography has at its centre the tragic and moving story of the philosopher's relationship with his son John. It traces Russell's joy at John's birth to his frightened dismay at his collapse into schizoprenia.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - donbuch1 - LibraryThing
Ray Monk has keen, scholarly aptitude when epitomizing someone so complex as Russell. Although he dredges up much concerning Russell's private life, he does adequately address his philosophy in ... Read full review
BERTRAND RUSSELL: The Ghost of Madness, 1921-1970User Review - Kirkus
An outstanding conclusion to the story begun in Bertrand Russell: The Spirit of Solitude, 1872-1921 (1996): the tragedy of a brilliant but flawed thinker who mistreated the humans closest to him while ... Read full review