The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell
The Pequod Review:
Bertrand Russell's three volume Autobiography is one of the most enjoyable and lucid of its kind. Russell offers candid views on his role in history, his own personal flaws, and his psychological weaknesses and prejudices. The first two volumes are the strongest; the third is weaker and has an entirely different tone (it may have been written in part by his wife Edith Finch).