In this pocket-sized book, Bertrand Russell’s witty, subversive A–Z, provides an entertaining, tongue-in-cheek guide to the English alphabet. For example L stands for Liberty -' the right to obey the police'.
Brought back into print for the first time since the 1970s, the brief texts are illustrated by Franciszka Themerson, a leading figure of the twentieth century avant-garde. Facsimile pages reproduce the vintage look and feel of the original 1953 publication.
- Author: Bertrand Russell
- Publisher: Tate Publishing
- Publication date: October 2017