By Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, Sheila Turcon
From 1895, the 12 months he released his first signed article, to 4 days ahead of his demise in 1970 while he wrote his final, Bertrand Russell used to be a robust strength on the planet of arithmetic, philosophy, human rights and the fight for peace. in the course of these years he released 70 books, virtually as many pamphlets and over 2,000 articles, he additionally contributed items to a couple 2 hundred books. the supply of the Bertrand Russell records at McMaster collage considering that 1968 has made it attainable for the 1st time to assemble a whole, descriptive bibliography of his writings. The amassed Papers are in line with it. absolutely annotated, the Bibliography is textually orientated and may consultant the coed, collector and basic reader to the authoritative versions of Russell's works. It comprises references to the destinations of all recognized speeches and interviews, and reproductions of the dust-jackets of Russell's books. Blackwell, Ruja and Turcon have cooperated for approximately two decades at the new Bibliography. Lord Russell observed the vast additions for it close to the tip of his lifestyles and declared: i'm impressed.'
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Yet in the period concerned—presumably that since his return to Britain in June 1944—Russell had also published, to our knowledge, a pamphlet, fourteen articles and a letter to the editor. Denonn listed two of them. Our lives as bibliographers are filled with debts, not least to those who stayed with us over the long haul, and so numerous that it is likely that these acknowledgements are very deficient. We ask that our past private thanks to those who helped us suffice, should their names not appear in what follows.
Slater reported that he had acquired the Allen and Unwin copy, from a London bookseller to whom a portion of the publisher’s library had been sold. The publications described in this bibliography are not all that Russell wrote for publication. Like every author his work was sometimes rejected—although a book never was. The seemingly unpublished manuscripts and typescripts of dozens of articles and numerous letters to the editor that are in his archives constitute leads to more publications. In one case, that of “On Marriage”, written for the Hearst newspapers, the typescript was copy-edited but returned to Russell, presumably as morally unsuitable.
Acknowledgements WHO CAN EXPLAIN the devotion to an author’s ideas and life that compelled us, since the early 1960s, to concentrate a major part of our thought, energy and time on seeking every publication of the words of Bertrand Russell, to put aside sage advice to finish the enterprise before it finished us, to ignore Russell’s own judgment on the matter? In mid1966 one of us showed him the slips of accumulated new entries. ” From what vantage point did he speak? He was not in the habit of encouraging or discouraging bibliographies.
A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell: I. Separate Publications; II. Serial Publications; III. Indexes by Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, Sheila Turcon