The autobiography of Bertrand Russell : 1872-1914 by Bertrand Russell

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She would wait till the were blazing and then put on coal. I always wished she would not put on coal, as I loved the crackle and brightness of sticks the burning wood. The nurse slept in the same room with me, but never, so far as my recollection serves me, either dressed or undressed. Freudians may make what they like of this. In the matter of food, all through my youth I was treated in a very Spartan manner, much more so, in fact, than is now considered compatible with good health. There was an old French lady living in Richmond, niece of Talleyrand, named Madame D'Etchegoyen, a who used to give [25] me large boxes of the The Autobiography Bertrand Russell of was allowed only one on Sundays, but Sundays and week-days alike I had to hand them round to the grown-ups.

Shame overwhelmed me, and I felt utterly wicked. I was, in fact, unusually prone to a sense of sin. " She used to relate the anecdote in after years with amusement, not realizing that she was responsible for a morbid- my ness which had produced tragic results in her own children. Many of my most vivid early memories are of humiliations. " They all land, laughed at me and said: "Don't you know you cannot get out of House. " I did not venture to explain, and was left overwhelmed with shame. While we were there I went down to the sea mother and my Aunt Agatha.

When he lost anyone's love, his heart was wounded and he became cruel and unscrupulous, but sprang from sentimental causes. During my early years at his worst actions Pembroke Lodge the servants than the family did. There was played a larger part in my life an old house-keeper named Mrs. Cox mother's nursery-maid all who had been my when my grandmother was granda child. She and vigorous and strict and devoted to the family There was a butler named MacAlpine was straight and always nice to me. who was very Scotch.

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